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  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Kahumoku, George Jr (University of Hawaii, 1990-01)
    A Native Hawaiian perspective on the origin of kalo (taro) and of taro cultivation in South Kona.
  • Kobayashi, Kent; Griffis, John; Kawabata, Andrew; Sako, Glenn (University of Hawaii, 2007-03)
    Ti (ki in Hawaiian) is the common name for Cordyline fruticosa, which is found throughout tropical Asia, Australia, and the Pacific islands. Ti commonly grows in moist, semi-shaded areas in wet valleys and forests on all ...
  • Chan-Halbrendt, Catherine; Krishnakumar, Jyotsna; Love, Ken; Sullivan, Pauline (University of Hawaii, 2007-11)
    This report describes production trends and the current situation in terms of the industry structure, identifies unique features of the Hawai‘i avocado industry in terms of the varieties available and grown, evaluates how ...
  • Barber, Silvia G; Chan-Halbrendt, Catherine; Krishnakumar, Jyotsna; Radovich, Theodore J; Love, Ken (University of Hawaii, 2008-07)
    Test panels assessed Hawaii consumers' and chefs' preferences for avocados. Several locally named cultivars were preferred over the commonly grown 'Sharwil', which is the main competitor of imported 'Hass' in Hawaii markets. ...
  • Cox, Linda J; Bredhoff, Soot (University of Hawaii, 2003-09)
    Qualitative and quantitative characteristics of the Hawaii beef industry and its production options and opportunities are discussed
  • Chang, Annie Tom; Sherman, G Donald; Lynch, L J; Lum, Joana C N; Seale, P E (University of Hawaii, 1959-06)
    This publication constitutes a revision and extension of the Food Processors' Handbook for Hawaiian Fruits and Vegetables issued in the form of Progress Notes by the Agricultural Experiment Station of the University of ...
  • Camp, Samuel; Palalay, Isabelo (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The general administrative procedures of the Hawaii Department of Agriculture's Commodities Branch regarding establishment of grades and standards are described. An "unofficial" summary of the Hawaii standards for mango ...
  • Hollyer, James R; Owens, Glenna K; Kishida, Dexter K (University of Hawaii, 2012-12)
    This fact sheet provides general considerations of using Hawaii-grown produce in the public school lunch program. Items covered include freshness, self-sufficiency, sustainability, economic viabiity, and Department of ...
  • Woodrow, RJ; Grace, JK; Yates, JR III (University of Hawaii, 1999-02)
    The basics for spotting damage and identifying seven termite species occurring in Hawaii are given.
  • Leonhardt, Ken W; Evans, Dale O; Halloran, John M (University of Hawaii, 1991-12)
    The proceedings includes 33 papers on a broad range of aspects of Hawaii's cut flower industry. Specific sessions focused on orchids, anthuriums, proteas, and other tropicals. Papers covered marketing, export shipping, ...
  • Foy, Jeanmarie; Cox, Linda J; Vieth, Gary R (University of Hawaii, 2002-02)
    Tourists surveyed at Honolulu airport mostly were unwilling to pay more for accommodations that had views of buildings screened by landscaping rather than unscreened buildings.
  • McHugh, John J Jr; Fukuda, Steven K; Takeda, Kenneth Y (University of Hawaii, 1987-12)
    This publication discusses watercress strain selection for Hawaii, growing conditions, bed construction, planting, pests, and harvesting.
  • Saulo, Aurora A (University of Hawaii, 2005-04)
    To prevent contact with E. coli O157:H7, guidelines are given for cautions to observe in the kitchen and precautions for animal handlers and visitors to animal exhibits.
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