Tour of Chris’ Organic Tropical Fruit and Vegetable Farm on The Big Island of Hawaii

Tour of Chris’ Organic Tropical Fruit and Vegetable Farm on The Big Island of Hawaii.

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  1. Sarah W. says:
  2. Mohammad Karbaschi says:

    I wondered what does heaven look like 

  3. Raw Ross says:

    holy fruity flesh this video was sooo epic

  4. getting dizzy watching… stop moving too much

  5. Hey Chris…. We are a raw food community in Costa Rica and wanted to know
    if you wanted to Exchange sedes and info…. your Project is sooo
    amazing!!! congrats on all your accomplishments!

  6. omg if I live on this farm I will get so fat there is so much fruits and
    greens to eat I probally turn out to be one polka dots human just like the
    cow even those I don’t eat like them yet :)

  7. Gerald Cruz says:

    HI CHRIS. REALLY COOL VIDEO. MAY I ASK THE TIME LINE OF PLANTING TO HARVEST
    OF YOUR FRUIT TREES. WOULD LOVE A LONGER MORE DETAIL VIDEO OF YOU SHOWING
    FRUIT TREE’S, HARVEST. VEGETABLES, HARVEST. YOUR IRRIGATION TIPS ON
    GROWING. SUCCESS AND FAILURE STORIES. ANY DETAIL INFO THAT WOULD HELP
    OTHERS TO SELF SUSTAING ALSO. HAWAII IS A PARADISE, BUT EVERTHING IS SO
    EXPENSIVE. FOOD BEING ONE OF THEM. IT WOULD BE NICE FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE
    THE LAND, TO GROW FRUITS,VEGETBLES AND HERBS. THEY COULD INCLUDE LIVE STOCK
    LIKE, CHICKEN, DUCKS, PIGS, TURKEYS ETC. THEY COULD DO AQUAPONICS AND RAISE
    FRESH WATER LIFE FOR FOOD AND DISPLAY. FOR MORE ADVANCE OPERATIONS, THEY
    COULD RAISE OCEAN LIFE. FISH, CRAB, TAKO, SEA WEED ETC IN A AQUACULTURE
    OPERATION. THESE PEOPLE COULD SHARE THEIR BLESSINGS WITH FAMILY AND
    FRIENDS. THEY COULD SELL THE EXCESS AT CHEAP PRICES TO SHARE THE BLESSING
    WITH OTHERS. INSTEAD OF THE EXCESS ROTTING AND GOING TO WASTE OR MULCH.
    JUST A THOUGHT. TAKE CARE, AND THANKS AGAIN.

  8. Ritty Khmer says:

    That’s an awesome video. it remind me of Cambodia where I was from.Thanks.

  9. Marsha Bless says:

    God bless you CoconutChris,,,,
    You are living the Adventist dream. It’s time for us to make this a
    reality………..

  10. Beautiful place! 

  11. Kevin Kamaile says:

    I need seeds for any kind stuff man hook me up I live Pahoa side dude.

  12. Binh Tran says:

    Great place. I am heading over there end of April. Can we visit you for a
    tour and buy some products?

  13. Jose Batlle says:

    *volunteer in their farms

  14. TripkoreCFC167 says:

    we didn’t see the maui wowie patch we all know youre growing

  15. Jose Batlle says:

    Hey Chris, love what you do. I’m in the process of buying a couple of acres
    in the Mountain View, Pahoa or Kurtistown area and would like to do
    something similar to what you are doing. Once I’m there where should I go
    to meet other people that’s doing this? I would like to volunteer to work
    in northern to pick up some knowledge, maybe seeds etc

  16. Jessica rawle says:

    Hi Chris me and my boyfriend looking for a work exchange in Hawaii starting
    asap your place looks awesome do u have any room for a couple on your farm
    in exchange for work? 

  17. CoconutChrisHawaii says:

    thanx Joey Borden filmed it on one of his hawaiian vacations on the fly,
    and yes I was recently gifted a gopro camera so learning how to hold it
    steady so no one gets dizzy watching

  18. dimagashin30 says:

    WHAT ARE GMOs? how far are you from kona? what is the best area to start a
    garden, my friends live in kona and say nothing grows, because of low
    elevation email me at marinaga

  19. Alex Goff says:

    yo chris hit me up on facebook or send me your email i got some questions.

  20. CoconutChrisHawaii says:

    happening soon

  21. Trevor Doge says:

    Hey do you accept WWOOFers on your farm? I am from Ontario, Canada and I
    would like to WWOOF in Hawaii next winter.

  22. Surfah Jah says:

    would you allow a highschool student to come down to your farm and help you
    out with farming? kinda like an internship, just to learn and help you out?

  23. Suchandra Dasi says:

    @CoconutChrisHawaii How does the pumpkin make you feel? I bet it’s really
    good for you. Whenever I cut open a pumpkin, it smells soooo divine. Thanks
    for meantioning the names of the Jackfruits!!! In India they cook them when
    they are green and the texture is very “meaty” and hardy. But Bengali’s
    also like them a LOT when they are ripe raw fruit.

  24. Mohit Mago says:

    Dude you are so lucky

  25. CoconutChrisHawaii says:

    right on live your dreams!

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