New Zealand Gazette and Wellington Spectator, Volume IV, Issue 305, 9 December 1843, Page 2
DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCE.
REMARKS.' * The produce naturally depends upon the nature and expense bestowed upon the cultivation and quality of soil, these returns will he found equivalent^to the .capabilities of the soil, and mode adopted in cultivation, as "at present carried on in this district. f Principally grown in gardens ; very prolific. The produce would not be less than. 6 quarters per acre, if cultivated largely. . t About the same as peas. 5 .But little cultivated at present U Very prolific^ but not, cultivated to a great extent : the private gardens yield large quantities, and of great size.
Average of produce & Acre. Wheat 40 bushels.* Rye : • Barley 6 quarters.* Oats 7 quarters.* Maize None in the district. Potatoes 10 tons. Peasf Beans? 1 — - — — Hay§ Turnipsll.^.