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  • Schreiner, I; Nafus, D (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    The effects of fertilization, late weeding, and sucker removal on taro pest populations and yield were compared at two sites with different soils. The first experiment was in an area with shall calcareous soil. Fertilizer ...
  • Yamane, G M; Nakasone, H Y (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1961-06)
    The low natural fruit set of acerola in Hawaii, attributed to absence of pollen transferring agents, indicated the feasibility of growth regulator application to induce fruit set. Among the several growth regulators tried ...
  • de la Pena, Ramon S; Melchor, Florendo M (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Mulching and intercropping are old and established practices used by farmers for protecting crops from adverse conditions and increasing productivity. In this study, an upland taro field was prepared using commercial ...
  • Ko, Wen-hsiung (University of Hawaii, 1982-03)
    Microorganisms including fungi, actinomycetes, and bacteria remain quiescent or decrease in number when they are introduced into natural soil. Such microbiostasis is a general phenomenon of natural soil. Tables list the ...
  • Awada, Minoru; Ikeda, Warren S (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1957-01)
    The experiment reported in this paper was conducted to observe the effects of water and nitrogen, differentially applied, on (1) leaf composition, (2) growth of the plants, (3) concentration of sugar in the fruits, (4) ...
  • Ito, Phillip J; Zee, Francis; Nagao, Mike (University of Hawaii, 2000-09)
    ‘Egami’ is a very productive cultivar of longan (Dimocarpus longan (Lour.) Steud.). It was selected at CTAHR’s Kona Research Station and named in honor of Mr. Yosoto Egami, who was the station foreman for over 30 years. ...
  • Kawanishi, Clinton Y (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1975-04)
    The subject of this study, the drywood termite Cryptotermes brevis (Walker), is a kalotermitid of considerable economic importance. Relatively little is known about its life history and behavior. This species, like other ...
  • Liang, T; Paquin, D; Wang, K; Khan, M Akram (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Mango trees were grown hydroponically in barrels for over three years. Attempts to determine optimal fertilizer levels or find an acceptable way to prune and shape the trees did not succeed.
  • Nolen, Teris P; Benavente, Janet C; Workman, Randall; Besebes, Shirley (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1997-08)
    This publication is a lesson plan for group facilitators. This five-part series contains practical information that is designed to be educational and interactive.
  • Whitaker, Carol S; Gabbard, Salaia L (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1998-12)
    This "Where to Start" information guide is designed to help the reader through the process of getting a business up and running in American Samoa. It covers proper paper work such as business license, tax records, FICA, ...
  • Criley, Richard (University of Hawaii, 2002-08)
    The environment of a lanai or an apartment balcony is generally not hospitable for plants. Winds dry the soil and dehydrate the foliage. The sun heats the pot, medium, and plant, causing poor root development, water loss, ...
  • Van't Woudt, Bessel D; Uehara, Goro (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1961-10)
    Bauxite is an aluminum-rich end product of soil weathering under certain conditions of favorable drainage in tropical regions. The ore is thus concentrated at the surface and its mining entails stripping the soil for some ...
  • Yokoyama, Kevin M; Wanitprapha, Kulavit; Leung, PingSun; Nakamoto, Stuart T (University of Hawaii, 1990-05)
    Aspects of import replacement by an expanded diversified agriculture sector in Hawaii were discussed in consideration of limited resources and strong overseas competition.
  • Nakamoto, Stuart T; Wanitprapha, Kulavit; Leung, PingSun (University of Hawaii, 1993-07)
    This publication follows an earlier study (Economic Fact Sheet 7), which was based on 1988 data, and updates it using 1991 data.
  • Hollyer, James R; Huang, Alvin S (University of Hawaii, 1999-09)
    Processing of agricultural products that reduces moisture content can increase their value to the producer. A table allows estimation of the cost per pound of a dry or condensed product based on farm-gate price and average ...
  • Criley, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 2001-02)
    Ethephon treatment during September-October to defoliate plumeria cultivars was tested and found to lead to early inflorescence bud appearance and flowering than on nontreated trees. If registration for the use were obtained, ...
  • McGeorge, W. T. (William Thomas), 1886-; Anderson, W. A,1912 (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1912)
  • Hooks, Cerruti R2; Pandey, Raju R; Johnson, Marshall W (University of Hawaii, 2007-05)
    Field experiments revealed that presence of spiders increased mortality of butterfly eggs and improved brocolli yield.
  • Kamemoto, H; Nakasone, H Y (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1963-07)
    The culture of anthuriums, Anthurium andraeanum, in Hawaii has gradually evolved from a hobby status to an important cut-flower industry. With the realization of the need for a systematic evaluation of available varieties ...
  • Nakamoto, Stuart T; Rowley, Homer K; Martin, Donald A (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1996)
    The Agricultural Development in the American Pacific (ADAP) Directors requested that the USDA, National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) extend its statistical program to the ADAP region: American Samoa, the Federated ...
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