In this fourth chapter of HCIA's video we recognize that the essence of coexistence is being a good neighbor. Research tells us that coexistence can work and different methods of agriculture can successfully flourish within reasonable proximity of one another. The key to this success is an open channel of communication among Hawaii's growers. Hawaii is a gateway to worldwide agricultural production, and we can expand coexistence knowledge and best practices here to strengthen its use in other regions.
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