All of Hawaii's eight main islands have some kind of agriculture except the island Kahoolawe. Farmland covers about 40% of Hawaii. Most of the farmland is occupied by ranches and plantations owned by large corporations. Hawaii has about 4,600 farms.
Sugar cane and pineapple are Hawaii's most valuable crops. Together, they account for over 40% of the state's agricultural income. The island Maui produces most of the sugar cane and pineapples.
Other products grown in Hawaii are avocados, macadamia nuts, bananas, guavas,
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