CARING FOR YOUR KALO
The Kalo plant is as resilient as the Hawaiian people — a true icon of sovereignty, sustainability, and food security. Considered to be the world’s oldest cultivated crop, this native plant to Hawai’i is also sacred and has Hawaiian ancestral ties.
With water and little attention, your Kalo plant will thrive where there is sunlight. We put together a few tips for cultivating your Kalo at home to cover the basics of this amazing crop.