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|Title:||Proceedings: Conference on Mango in Hawaii|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Chia CL, Evans DO, editors. 1993. Proceedings, Conference on Mango in Hawaii; March 9-11, 1993; Honolulu, Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 118 p.|
|Series/Report no.:||Proceedings, Conference on Mango in Hawaii|
|Abstract:||Conference papers are arranged under the topic headings pest control, cultivars and propagation, postharvest, plant physiology, commercial production, and trade, economics, and marketing. There was emphasis on chemical treatment to control flowering (in the attempt to have fruit available during periods of low market supply), on methods of postharvest disinfestation (to overcome barriers to export), and on marketing opportunities. The first organized look at Hawaii's mango industry had occurred in 1955, and Catherine Cavaletto observed, upon reviewing the titles and abstracts of the earlier forum, that "although we know a lot more about mango now, not a lot has changed in terms of the types of problems faced as we try to develop a mango industry."|
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