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  • Cai, Junning; Leung, PingSun (University of Hawaii, 2006-04)
    The present publication examines the growth and stability of agricultural production in Hawaii over the past four decades. This examination provides information about individual agricultural industries’ growth and stability ...
  • Fox, Robert L (University of Hawaii, 1971)
    A graphing of corn yield response to added phosphorus on a P-deficient soil (Tropeptic Eutrostox) illustrates Mitscherlich's equation of diminishing returns.
  • Shovic, Anne Caprio; Pobocik, Rebecca S (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1995-03)
    Diet is an important part of the treatment of many diseases including obesity, diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. The Guam Food Group Lists have been prepared to help you understand what food is made of ...
  • Pope, W T (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1924-08)
    The data presented in this bulletin represent the results of 20 years' work with the Guatemalan avocado at the Hawaii Experiment Station.
  • Shigeura, Gordon T; Bullock, Richard M (University of Hawaii, 1983-06)
    The authors believed that plantation production of guava in Hawaii for export of processed products had become a possibility. They reported on the history of the plant in Hawaii and presented an overview of its growth and ...
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-07)
    Discipline is effective when parents teach children self-control and other skills needed to develop successful relationships in the world. Through effective discipline, parents guide their child through the difficulties ...
  • Deputy, Jay (University of Hawaii, 2000-10)
    General guidelines for routine maintenance of landscape turf and groundcovers are discussed.
  • Hamasaki, Randall T; Shimabuku, Robin; Nakamoto, Stuart T (University of Hawaii, 2008-01)
    Pests in Hawaii that damage tea by chewing leaves or sucking plant sap are described and illustrated.
  • Hala 
    Hensley, David; Stibbe, Rhonda; Rauch, Fred (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant hala (Pandanas tectorius) in landscapes.
  • Jones, Bart (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    Transition from an agriculture dominated by sugarcane to a diversified agriculture in the region is described
  • Keolanui, Rachael; Sanxter, Suzanne; Hollyer, James R (University of Hawaii, 1993-12)
  • Hensley, David; Stibbe, Rhonda; Bezona, Norman; Rauch, Fred (University of Hawaii, 2003-12)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native tree fern hapuu (Cibotium glaucum) in landscapes.
  • Goto, Y. Baron (Yasuo Baron), 1901-1985; Fukunaga, Edward T. (Edward Tamotsu) (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1986)
  • Meilleur, Brien A; Jones, Richard R; Titchenal, C Alan; Huang, Alvin S (University of Hawaii, 2004-01)
  • Anderson-Fung, Puanani O; Maly, Kepa (University of Hawaii, 2009-00)
    This excerpt from "Growing plants for Hawaiian lei" examines the effects of early Hawaiians' spiritual beliefs and culture on their management of natural and agricultural ecosystems in the archepelago. Implications of these ...
  • Shovic, Anne Caprio (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1994-03)
    Diet is an important part of the treatment of many diseases including obesity, diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. The Hawaiian Food Group Lists have been prepared to help in the understanding of what food is ...
  • Van Dine, D L; Thompson, Alice R (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1908-06)
    In the spring of 1905 a detailed study was begun on the source and characteristics of Hawaiian honeys, the chemist of the station cooperating in a determination of their chemical composition.The writer has collected ...
  • Cho, John J; Yamakawa, Roy A; Hollyer, James (University of Hawaii, 2007-02)
    The arrival of taro in the Hawaiian Islands, its significance in Hawaiian culture, and the decline in its production since the early to mid-1800s is discussed. The university's role in preserving Hawaiian taro varieties ...
  • Nelson, Scot; Friday, JB (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    This publication discusses the korthal mistletoes, which are functional components of natural ecosystems in Hawaii, as parasitic seed plants capable of inducing disease in their woody hosts, including many native species.
  • Porter, J R (University of Hawaii, 1972-03)
    This is a list of vascular plants, the more conspicuous kinds of plants that typically have stems, leaves, and roots. The list does not include mosses, lichens, algae, or fungi. Before the arrival of the white man, Hawaiians ...
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