Hawaii and the Harvest Moon Economy

One of my fondest memories growing up in Hawaii was coming home and finding a giant bag of something good from someone’s yard on our doorstep. It reminds me so much of this Japanese game I used to play: Harvest Moon.

In the game, you grow fruits and vegetables, tend the farm, then give your products away to your neighbors in exchange for happiness points. It’s just like what I’ve been doing all COVID long. It’s a little like what we do at the plant exchange each month too. I think my heart meter is full.

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I’ve tested these out for Hawaii’s climate. They’re fantastic. The Cherokee Purple tomato is classified as a medium sized variety and the one in the picture weighed a pound. The variety is indeterminate and will continue to grow until first frost, which in Hawaii, is never. After a yield of […]

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News from Hawaii Kai and East Oahu. My ❤ passions include kids, education, #rstats, technology and our environment. Casual strategy game player and DIY er.