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Banana Economics Forum Bananas are the number one exported fruit in the world, and the number one fruit eaten in nearly every country. This forum is for discussions of the economics of bananas involving producers, economists, consumers, transporters, wholesalers, and governments.

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Hawaii Farm Article 3/9/18
Richard Ha Closes Banana Farm
Richard Ha mulls the future after decision to close banana farm - Hawaii Tribune-Herald
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Yes. Because Mr. Ha's field was infested with BBTV and he got offered the position to grow cannabis instead.
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