Mother and Baby in Field

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The Kanoa harvests taro leaves on the farm that has been worked by the family for seven generations in Maui. The plants are healthy, but it is a constant battle to keep them from <br />
being effected by the golden apple snail. It was introduced to Hawaii in 1989 as a possible cash crop - the escargot of the tropics. It began invading taro patches in Hawaii--a <br />
traditional staple crop of native Hawaiians.
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