Hawaiian Vanilla Growing Virtual Growing Seminar

100% Online Course - $49.95 (Includes Ticket to Optional Live Zoom Q&A Seesion with Course Instructors)

Welcome aspiring vanilla farmers!

The Hawaiian Vanilla Online Growing Seminar is the perfect place to learn the ins and outs of growing vanilla orchids.

Perfect for beginners or established farmers, this seminar offers over 3 hours of video content from the experts at the Hawaiian Vanilla Company.

Learn how to cultivate, propagate, and produce vanilla beans from your vanilla orchids, as well as everything you need to know about setting up a successful vanilla farm.

Whether you are looking to start your own cottage business in vanilla farming or expand an existing one, this online seminar will provide you with all the information you need.

With step-by-step instructions delivered by experienced professionals in the field, you can be sure that you have all the tools necessary for success.

So don’t wait any longer – get the knowledge and skills you need to become a successful vanilla farmer today with Hawaiian Vanilla Online Growing Seminar!

What is included:

- Lifetime Access to the Hawaiian Vanilla Growing Seminar Online Course (updated monthly)
- 1 Ticket to a Live Monthly Q&A Session (Zoom Meeting) with Ian and Adrien!

100% Online Course - $49.95 (Includes Ticket to Optional Live Zoom Q&A Seesion with Course Instructors)

Course Content

  • Introduction
       - Intro Video: Hawaiian Vanilla Coop, Bean Sales, and the Hawaiian Vanilla Farm Development Group (Preview Above)
       - Hawaiian Vanilla Cultivation Workshop Document and Links
       - How To View All Course Videos
  • Cultivation
       - Site Selection, Crop Rotation
       - Building Soil / Fertilization
       - IPDM + Addtl. Soil Building Discussion
  • Propagation
       - Propagation Intro
       - Cuttings
       - Tissue Culture
       - Planting A Cutting
  • Canopy Management
       - Looping
       - Tipping
       - Pruning
  • Production
       - Pollination 
       - Harvesting / Bean Storage