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Donated Trees to supply Kupuna Pantry project.


On August 30th Māla Ho`oulu `Ike held a workshop that involed transplanting various grafted trees that were granted to them by The Fruit Tree Foundation. Amoung these trees are a variety of citrus, avocados, and mulberryʻs that will source the future "Kupuna Pantry" program that will seasonaly supply fresh fruit to the Kupunaʻs in our community.


Cem, of The Fruit Tree Planting Foundation helping us transplant the last citrus tree of the day.

Fun facts:


To the right is a citrus tree that we successfully transplanted into the ground. It should fruit within one to two years because it is a grafted citrus tree. Grafting is plant propagation by physically joining two pieces of plant tissue together in such a way that they will unite and subsequently grow and develop as one composite plant. To learn more about transplanting grafted trees please click here for a fact sheet from TFTPF.


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