This is a spectacular Rim lot overlooking Kalihiwai Valley.
The owner's love for farming was done with the organic method, OMRI approved material, rock phosphate, potassium sulphate, various forms of calcium amendments, crushed blue rock dust, coral sand, cover crop (the garden area), palletized chicken manure, and green sand for minerals. Doing the soil right helps for healthy trees and vegetables. Each year mulch is placed below the trees with tree chips, which helps to stabilize the conditions for the feeder roots of the trees. Through the years the owner has harvested and sold fruit to Healthy Hut, Papaya's, and Hoku Foods. The breadfruit trees have put out a lot of fruit this year. There are also magnificent Mountain Apple trees abundant with bright red fruit when in season and red blossom ohia trees
Beautiful views of Namahana Mountains.
'Waihunahuna Farms' was purchased by its owner in August of 1993.
The lot has a very gentle slope and is suitable for forming a working fruit tree farm. The first tree crop planted was tissue culture bananas of the following varieties: apple banana & banana and pisang raja
List of Plants for a sustainable lifestyle;
5 lychee: all kaimana grafts.
6 ulu trees: 2 maafala, 1 lippet, 1 ulu fiti, 1 Hawaiian variety, 1 unknown variety.
4 mango: 2 mazatlan, 2 brooks late.
apple banana grove.
Chinese variety banana.
coconut: 5 low bearing trees, 4 normal height coconut trees.
1 Tahitian grapefruit.
4 meyers lemon.
1 Mexican lime tree.
3 navel orange, 2 preserveÂ type orange trees (1 dwarf, 1 regular.
14 papaya trees, 9 large fruit (seed from Bali), 9 sunrise.
2 red mountain apple.
some mature native Ohia, red flower.
1 up-land koa.
5 native Hibiscus, 1 red flower, 1 orange flower 3 white flower
1 low land koa
Hawaiian sugar cane.
Lots of Ti plants.
5 plumeria trees
50 x 30 foot garden area, cover cropped, cultivated
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|5/20/2020 5:18:49 PM||New Value: $710,000|
|3/27/2020 12:20:00 PM||New Value: $725,000|