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5/24/12 11:29 PM
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Lionheart80
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Just moved back to Hawaii and was wondering if any of you Hawaiians grow your own vegetables. I'm starting a little garden and was looking for some ideas. What are the best fruits or vegetables to grow? When is the best time to plant certain things? or does anyone know a website that would be helpful? Thanks in advance.
5/25/12 4:07 AM
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sufferingsuckatash
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 I have a big corn and some small peas that i keep in my tent
5/25/12 4:13 AM
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FCTV808
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chinese vegetables grow well here and taste great!
5/25/12 2:34 PM
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Lionheart80
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I just got some eggplant, tomato, okra, and squash from my neighbor. Gonna plant them this weekend! Phone Post
5/25/12 4:05 PM
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Sgt. Slaphead
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In the past I grew Chinese peas, string beans and corn in my yard.

HOLY HELL......a few rows produced a lot!

Growing corn was was the coolest, shit went straight onto the grill after a short soak in salted water, husk and all. Charred the husk and it steamed inside.....BOOM!

String beans is also a winner, add a little SPAM or haunch of wild calf/pig/goat and fry.....CHEEEHOO!

I would have tried eggplant, but my neighbors were farmers and had acres of it and would leave me a bagful every so often.....YUM!
5/25/12 6:14 PM
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JIMMYNAKS
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good prep for when the grid falls
5/27/12 5:57 PM
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Moke
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After the grid falls you'll have to defend your veggie garden as though you have a yard full of swollen ready to harvest pot plants.
5/28/12 12:22 AM
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alewaboy52
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tomato does great, my family went a couple years without purchasing a single tomato from the store during my youth

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