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  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2006-10)
    The design concepts of order and unity, rhythm and repetition, scale and proportion, and balance and harmony are discussed and illustrated.
  • Ivancic, Anton; Liloqula, Ruth; Levela, Helen; Saelea, Jimi; Wagatora, Daniel (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Alomae-Bobone Virus Complex (ABVC) ,remains the most destructive and the most serious disease of taro (Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott) in the Solomon Islands, and its spread could be a major threat to taro cultivation in ...
  • Sato, Dwight (University of Hawaii, 2007-03)
    Germination and seedling establishment are covered.
  • Akamine, Ernest K. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1944-10)
    Poor germination resulting from dormancy of seeds has been a major problem in use of many desirable species of Hawaiian range grasses. Dormancy in seeds is the result of one or more of the following conditions: (1) presence ...
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 2005-02)
  • Nishina, M.S.; Sato, D.M.; Nishijima, W.T.; Mau, R.F.L. (University of Hawaii, 1992-06)
    Short publication covering culture, management, and harvest of ginger root in Hawaii.
  • Nakata, Shigeru (University of Hawaii, 1953-10)
    Excessive rainfall often causes vegetative flushing that interferes with flowering and limits fruit production. Experiments with girdling 'Brewster' lychee are reported. Girdling in September was best.
  • Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 2008-11)
    When coffee is grown without shade, as it is in Hawaii, weed management in the understory can be a problem. Careful use of systemic herbicides such as glyphosate is required. Symptoms of herbicide damage are illustrated.
  • Connally, Elizabeth Haws (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    Legal aspects related to food contamination are discussed, including potential causes of legal action, management of risks, use of contracts with vendors, types of insurance, and the hazard analysis and critical control ...
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-04)
  • Leister, Janet (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The role of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture's Market Development Branch in assisting agricultural producers is described.
  • Fukunaga, Edward T. (University of Hawaii, 1951-06)
    The publication describes preparation of macadamia scion material by prior girdling and selecting suitable rootstocks. It gives step-by-step instructions, illustrated with line drawings, for wedge grafting seedling rootstocks ...
  • Bembower, William; Yee, Warren (University of Hawaii, 1950-09)
    Selection of mango rootstock and scion material is discussed, and methods of vegetative propagation are described and illustrated with line drawings. Techniques include side tongue, side wedge, and stump bark graft, ...
  • McClelland, C.K. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1915-02-20)
  • Whitney, L.D.; Hosaka, E.Y.; Ripperton, J.C. (University of Hawaii, 1939-05)
    The bulletin describes and illustrates 103 of the most important grasses in Hawaii. Very few of the native species are common on the range, the introduced species being of far greater importance both in point of number and ...
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-04)
  • Hamilton, R.A.; Ito, P.J. (University of Hawaii, 1993-11)
    'Greengold' is a high-quality, heavy-bearing, late-season avocado (Persea americana L.) developed by the Department of Horticulture, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. It meets the need for a quality, high-yielding cultivar ...
  • Chun, S.; Hara, A.H.; Niino-DuPonte, R.Y. (University of Hawaii, 2003-04)
    A poster describes and illustrates distinctions between these frogs.
  • Yost, R.S.; Evans, D.O.; Saidy, N.A.; Fox, R.L. (University of Hawaii, 1981)
    Three tropical green manure legumes were grown across a pH gradient from 4.7 to 7.1 established by liming an Oxisol. The effects of available soil aluminum and manganese levels on plant growth and nitrogen fixation are discussed.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    Plants recommended for Hawaii landscapes to suggest a tropical environment, even when grown in subtropical areas (such as Hawaii) or warm-temperate zones, are listed and illustrated.
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