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Passion Fruit Culture in Hawaii

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Title: Passion Fruit Culture in Hawaii
Authors: Akamine, Ernest K.
Aragaki, Minoru
Beaumont, John H.
Bowers, F.A.I.
Hamilton, Richard A.
show 8 moreNishida, Toshiuki
Sherman, G Donald
Shoji, Kobe
Storey, W.B.
Martinez, Albert P.
Yee, Warren Y.J.
Onsdorff, Thomas
Shaw, Thomas N.

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Keywords: Passiflora edulis f. flavicarpa
Passiflora edulis f. edulis
Hawaii
passion fruits
tropical and subtropical fruits
Issue Date: Apr 1974
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Akamine EK, Aragaki M, Beaumont JH, Hamilton RA, Nishida T, Sherman GD, Shoji K, Storey WB, Martinez AP, Yee WYJ, Onsdorff T, Shaw TN. 1974. Passion fruit culture in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 33 p. (Agricultural Economics Circular; AEC-345).
Series/Report no.: Agricultural Economics Circular
345
Abstract: Passion fruit, known in Hawaii as lilikoi, had been shown to have excellent consumer acceptance as a flavor for drinks and other food uses. This publication revises earlier ones and contains comprehensive information on production of the crop.
Pages/Duration: 33 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/15278
Appears in Collections:Agricultural Economics Circular



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