Kalo nui: Kona couple unearths corm weighing nearly 50 pounds
By Megan Hadley West Hawaii Today firstname.lastname@example.org | Wednesday, March 2, 2022, 12:05 a.m.
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Kalo grows at Clarence and Nellie Medeiros's farm in South Kona. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)
Nellie and Clarence Medeiros are seen with the 50-pound taro -- kalo -- root unearthed at the couple's farm. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)
Clockwise from left: Nellie and Clarence Medeiros (rear and bottom right) are joined by their grandson, Jamison, in preparing kalo planting slips, or huli, for the family farm in South Kona. (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today) (Megan Hadley/West Hawaii Today)