Kunia Research Station
94-340 Kunia Rd, Waipahu, HI 96797
An 100 acre farm situated in Kunia, Oʻahu. This station is an excellent location for winter nursery grow-outs and production. With maximum winter temperature averages 79.8° F, and a well-drained oxisol, this Kunia station allows year-round quality crop production. The Kunia Station is also the home of our Laboratory Center, Library, and Education Center. Current programs includes varieties of coffee, tropical crops, and indigenous crops.
Maunawili Breeding Station
1385 Maunawili Rd, Kailua, HI 96734
An 80-acre farm situated in Maunawili Valley in Oʻahu. Recognized for having one of the best microclimates for sugarcane flowering in the world, Maunawili remains vital to developing cultivars. Operations include the production of select varieties of coffee, cacao, and tropical hardwoods. Current programs involve developing disease-resistant Acacia koa, an endemic Hawaiian tree species with significant cultural, ecological, and economic value.