How the Super Sweet White Sugarloaf Creamy Pineapple is Grown in Hawaii



John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the Kauai Sugarloaf Pineapple Farm on the Garden Isle of Kauai in Hawaii to share with you how pineapples the sweetest white low-acid pineapples are grown.

In this episode, you will learn all aspects of growing pineapples, how long it takes, the stages of development, when and how to best fertilize your pineapple plant, the 3 different ways you can grow a pineapple, when to harvest a pineapple, how to tell when a pineapple is ripe, how to transform white sugarloaf pineapple in a delicious frozen sorbet, and how you can get the amazing White Sugarloaf Pineapple shipped to you anywhere in the 50 United States.

First, John will introduce you to the farm, as well as about the heirloom Kauai Sugarloaf Pineapple that was bred by natural breeding methods out in the field in Hawaii. You will learn about all aspects of growing, harvesting, and selecting the sweetest tasting pineapple in the world.

You will learn the three different ways a pineapple plant can be grown and how they are grown at Kauai Sugarloaf Pineapple to grow the highest quality fruit.

Next, you will discover why the best fertilizer for Pineapple plants is not put into the soil, but foliar fed to grow big and delicious pineapple. You will learn the special time you need to fertilize your pineapple plant so it will best benefit from the foliar application.

You will learn how much they water their pineapple plants on Kauai, and why they push the limit on watering to ensure they have stronger and more resilient plants that produce some of the best-tasting fruit without cracking or splitting. Learn why pineapple can split or crack if you’re growing it.

Next, You will see all the major life stages of development of pineapple fruit, from the time the plant flowers until it grows a full-size fruit that can take up to 2 years.

You will discover how to protect your pineapple from sunburn using newspaper, and how to tell when the pineapple is ready to harvest and how to pick a ripe pineapple.

Next, you will learn how to properly top, cut and slice pineapple and even juice the top and bottom of the pineapple to get a sweet syrup juice using only your bare hands.

You will discover how you can transform frozen pineapple into the most delicious, creamy soft-serve fruit sorbet dessert using only 1 ingredient with no additives by using a champion juicer.

You will learn how you can order these delicious white sugarloaf pineapples from Hawaii and have them shipped directly to your door in the 50 United States. You will discover how you will get the pineapple, how you can grow the tops as well as the size of the pineapple. You will also discover how you can get a FREE pineapple when ordering online since you watched this video.

Finally, John will interview Jude, the farmer who grows the Sugarloaf Pineapples on the farm to learn more about the farm, white sugarloaf pineapples, and much, much more.

After watching this episode, you will learn more about pineapples that you probably ever have before. You will discover how you can have the best pineapples shipped to you, as well as how amazing the White Sugarloaf Pineapple is.

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30 comments

  1. Tip:
    Twist top of store bought fruit, remove outer layer or two of leaves, let air dry for two days, cut into 4 equal pieces, plant each in sand and keep watered in a mild sun area, after new growth has its own roots reaching out to sand twist the new growth out and transplant to pot and put in sun, leave old growth and it will continue putting out baby plants.

  2. I can’t wait to try these! The ones that bother so many people are great to me. I really enjoy them. Fortunately I always have super sweet bright yellow inside ones. I can eat a whole one and then some as a mono meal. I’m sure the sugar loaf is out of this world! Thank you John

  3. The ants are testament to the sweetness of those sugarloaf pineapples 🍍 I planted a pineapple like 15 years ago. I thought I was doing something wrong. It produced a small fruit, but I lost interest in continued care of it, because of the time I invested on it was too much. I just abandoned it. I didn't know pineapples are not prolific. I now have respect to the pineapple farmers from what I've learned here. Thanks bro for all the info.

    Wow bro, I've never seen you cover anything with so much details and time. That's total devotion. I enjoyed the whole video. Thanks from California.

  4. Love the video and the in depth information. It makes me feel like I am there and I love Hawaii!! Do you know what the model of the Champion machine, is it the G5-NG-853S?

  5. Recently moved to bali Indonesia to be with my fiance, we have just planted some pineapples which my fiance got from her mother's farm on the flores Islands in Indonesia. Ax ordinary to this video it seems pineapples might grow suckers but will not re fruit is that correct?

  6. Those look amazing! I wish they could ship to vancouver canada! Thank you for doing such a responsible way in growing them! Thank you for all of the information!

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