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How to Gear Up Your Beginner’s Organic Garden this Spring

How to Gear Up Your Beginner’s Organic Garden this Spring

Theres a warmth in the air thats starting to feel like spring, which means its time to start dreaming of seeds, starters, and soil! Whether... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday March 10, 2016 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, vermiculture, Vermicomposting, organic compost

How We Boost Soil Fertility on Our Organic Farm

How We Boost Soil Fertility on Our Organic Farm

My wife Richele and I have been organic farm ers for over 40 years, first in California, then here on Kauai. As you can imagine, in... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday February 11, 2016 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, organic noni farm

Our Journey with Noni

Our Journey with Noni

When my wife and I moved to Kauai, back in 1982, we could never have imagined where wed be today. We certainly didnt realize that the noni tree... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Tuesday January 26, 2016 comments Tags: steve frailey, noni history, organic noni farm, noni ORAC value

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Us on Kaakaaniu Plantation

Top 10 Reasons to Visit Us on Kaakaaniu Plantation

If youre planning a trip to Kauai (or need an excuse to plan one!) come visit Hawaiian Organic Noni on Kaakaaniu Plantation, where we grow... Read More

By: Lola Frailey Thursday October 15, 2015 comments Tags: Noni farm tour, free noni farm tour, organic farming, sustainable farming

Canoe Plants: The Ancient Wisdom of Environmental Stewardship

Canoe Plants: The Ancient Wisdom of Environmental Stewardship

Can you imagine moving to a strange new land, able to bring only what would fit in your small, seafaring canoe? What would you bring with you?... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Thursday August 20, 2015 comments Tags: canoe plants, noni history, organic farming

Organic Agriculture: Mimicking Nature’s Ways

Organic Agriculture: Mimicking Nature’s Ways

Humanitys first farmers took their instruction from nature. They watched how the Earth provided water, nutrients, and pest protection to plants... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Friday July 10, 2015 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, organic noni farm, Vermicomposting

7000 Gallons: Watering a Small Organic Farm

7000 Gallons: Watering a Small Organic Farm

Organic farming is dependent upon hundreds of natural cycleslarge and small. Nutrients, pests, pollinators, sunshine, water, and more come and... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Tuesday June 23, 2015 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, sustainable energy

Honeybee Love: The Role of Bees on a Noni Farm

Honeybee Love: The Role of Bees on a Noni Farm

The role of bees on a noni farm is a little different than on other types of farms. This is because Morinda Citrifolia (aka noni) is a very... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Wednesday June 10, 2015 comments Tags: organic noni farm, noni trees, save the bees

Hawaiian Organic Noni: Powered by the Wind

Hawaiian Organic Noni: Powered by the Wind

Whenever possible at Hawaiian Organic Noni , we let nature do the work. Nature knows best how to create amazing, healthful noni fruit . We... Read More

By: Steve Frailey Friday May 29, 2015 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable energy, sustainable farming

Earth Day Practices that Make us Proud

Earth Day Practices that Make us Proud

Whether were aware of it or not, humans are a part of natures cycles. Billions of highly complex cycles and exchanges happen on our planet every day,... Read More

By: Lola Frailey Wednesday April 22, 2015 comments Tags: organic farming, sustainable farming, Vermicomposting


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