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  • Camp, Samuel (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    The Hawaii Department of Agriculture was charged with grading papayas under the federal papaya marketing order; the paper reviews the purposes and protocols for inspections to support grading standards.
  • Silbanus, S; Raynor, B (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is an important cash crop on Pohnpei. Due to its perennial nature and slow growth, black pepper should lend itself to intercropping with annual crops, especially in the first few years ...
  • Moy, James H (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Without an approved quarantine treatment for disinfesting mangoes of fruit flies and seed weevils, growes are not considering large-scale mango cultivation in Hawaii, but without adequate commercial planting, a market for ...
  • Sato, Dwight (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Living mulches were compared to weed cultivation and herbicide weed control in dryland taro. The highest No.1 corm yields were harvested from the herbicide and the cultivation treatments. The living mulches tested were ...
  • Nakahara, Larry M (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The mango blossom midge, Dasyneura mangiferae, previously known only in India, was first recorded in Hawaii in 1981. Its life cycle, distribution in Hawaii, and economic significance were discussed.
  • Nishijima, Wayne (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The principal diseases of mango fruit, flowers, leaves, stems, and roots were listed; anthracnose and powdery mildew were discussed in detail.
  • Davenport, Tom (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Commercial mango production in Florida, Mexico, and Central America is discussed.
  • Chan, Harvey T Jr (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The paper briefly reviews various techniques for processing mangoes, with greater detail on the process for puree. The author describes commercial mango operations in Thailand and Guatemala.
  • Sekiya, Frank (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    This paper provides a brief overview of mango propagation practices. There was discussion of "dwarfing rootstocks," about which a university horticulturist present declared, on the basis of experiments, that "the dwarfing ...
  • Yamauchi, Ronald (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The proprietor of a small produce wholesaling business in Honolulu describes experience with mangoes.
  • Lee, James (University of Hawaii, 1990-01)
    Hawaii grown Chinese taro is in high demand in West Coast markets. Disease-free and year-round taro supply in addition to product identification are pre-requisites in establishing a market and meeting foreign competition. ...
  • Hodgson, Aurora S (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    This marketing panel participant, a food processing expert, briefly described use of cull mangoes to create value-added products including fruit leather, pudding, beverages, canned and dried slices, jam, chutney, and crack seed.
  • Nakamoto, Stuart (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Market statistics for Hawaii, the United States, and some foreign markets are presented.
  • Sun, Samuel S M; Zhou, Xiaohui; Godfrey, Lynn; Liang, Tung (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    A molecular marking system for mango leaf proteins was described. It was hoped that knowing leaf age would help determine appropriate times for use of flowering stimulation techniques.
  • De Frank, Joe (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    A major portion of the taro produced in Hawai'i is cultivated under dryland conditions. Practically all taro farmers plow and disc their fields to provide a vegetation-free surface before the crop is planted. Unprotected ...
  • Hamilton RA (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The history of mango cultivar introduction to Hawaii was reviewed. Tables listed cultivars suggested for home garden and commercial use, cultivars then undergoing testing, and cultivars tested but not recommended. Those ...
  • Nishijima, Wayne T (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    Concerns about pesticide residues resulting from spraying papayas with mancozeb for control of fungal diseases in the crop and postharvest let to research on alternatives, which was summarized in this paper.
  • Paull, Robert E; Nishijima, Wayne; Reyes, Marcelino (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    The paper reviews findings of interviews with papaya wholesalers in California, who received much of the crop exported from Hawaii, relevant to postharvest losses during and following shipment.
  • Ferreira, Stephen A; Mau, Ronald FL; Pitz, Karen Y; Manshardt, Richard M; Gonsalves, Dennis (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    The approach of inoculating papaya seedlings with a mild or attenuated strain of the papaya ringspot virus for achieving PRV resistance is described.
  • Rowley, Homer (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    Monthly data on papaya production, utilization, and outshipments collected by the Hawaii Agricultural Statistics Service are summarized and illustrated in charts and tables for the period 1998-1992.
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