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  • Hsu, Peter; Masuo, Diane; Fong, Grace; Yanagida, John (University of Hawaii, 2008-08)
    Hawaii home-based businesses were revealed to differ substantially from those on the U.S. mainland. Degree of education was well correlated with business success. Profitability was related to work in the service and ...
  • Parcon, Hazel; Yu, Run; Loke, Matthew; Leung, PingSun (University of Hawaii, 2010-05)
    This publication extends and updates a recent CTAHR publication that assessed Hawai‘i’s comparative advantage (CA) in selected agricultural products in the U.S. mainland market. It examines the CA patterns of Hawai‘i’s ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Fertilizers are materials added to the soil for the purpose of supplying the needed plant nutrients. Fertilizer materials are those used to supply nutrients in manufactured or mixed fertilizers or for direct application ...
  • Wenkam, Nao S; Miller, Carey D (University of Hawaii, 1965-12)
    Analysis of nutrient content of fruits was presented, with emphasis on ascorbic acid content. Data on content per 100 g edible portion, the percentage of edible portion, and changes in ascorbic acid levels over fruit ...
  • LeaMaster, Brad; Hollyer, James R; Sullivan, Jennifer L (University of Hawaii, 1998-07)
    Compost is made by recycling organic materials such as yard trimmings, wood chips, food scraps, and animal manures in a controlled process. The process employs microorganisms to transform the raw materials so that they are ...
  • Zaleski, Halina M; Paquin, Daniel G (University of Hawaii, 2005-04)
    One way to manage swine waste is to spread it on agricultural land, but few swine producers have enough land to which to apply all the waste generated by their operation. Crop producers wishing to use swine waste on their ...
  • McCall, Wade W; Nakagawa, Yukio (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Home gardening in Hawaii requires good management for good yields, and that requires adequate organic matter in the soil, conservation of moisture, removal of waste products, and good physical condition of the soil. All ...
  • Selden, Piper; DuPonte, Michael; Sipes, Brent; Dinges, Kelly (University of Hawaii, 2005-08)
    Suitability of Perionyx excavatus and Amynthas gracilis for composting in Hawaii.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 2001-02)
  • Gautz, Loren D (University of Hawaii, 2005-02)
    The Cenicafé rake can shorten the time needed to dry coffee on a sun deck by a day and increase the uniformity of drying to that of rotary drum dryers. Instructions for constructing one are given.
  • Fox, Bradley K; Howerton, Robert; Tamaru, Clyde S (University of Hawaii, 2010-06)
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1999-04)
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-04)
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1982-07)
    Apartment and condominium dwellers with even the smallest balcony can, with containers, grow a good selection of vegetables. Every inch of space may be utilized. Vegetables thrive in containers and attractive vegetable ...
  • Pole, Finau S (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    For many generations, taro, together with other root crops, has been a major component of the traditional cropping system in Tonga and is its most important staple. The increasing problem of land shortage has resulted in ...
  • Leung, PingSun; Loke, Matthew K (University of Hawaii, 2008-01)
    This sequel to two previous CTAHR publications provides an update to the estimates of agriculture’s contribution to Hawai‘i’s economy.
  • Bess, Henry A; Haramoto, Frank H (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1961-06)
    The Oriental fruit fly, Dacus dorsalis Hendel, was first found in Hawaii in 1945 (van Zwaluwenburg, 1947). During the following year it increased to epidemic populations and caused serious damage to many crops throughout ...
  • Motooka, P; Nagai, G; Onuma, K; DuPonte, M; Kawabata, A; Fukumoto, G; Powley, J (University of Hawaii, 2004-10)
    This weed, also called Madagascar fireweed and variable groundsel, has become a threat to pasture areas on Hawaii and Maui since its appearance in the state in the early 1980s. Its management is discussed.
  • Criley, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Chlormequat, uniconizole, and paclobutrazol were tested for effect on growth retardation. Regular spray applications reduced the need to prune hau.
  • Fujimoto, Giichi, 1897-; Sherman, G. Donald (George Donald), 1904- (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1959)
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