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  • Park, Hoon; DuPonte, Michael W (University of Hawaii, 2008-08)
    In Korea and other Asian countries, deliberate collection and culturing of naturally occurring soil organisms and their application to crop soils is believed to minimize the need for applications of inorganic soil amendments. ...
  • Park, Hoon; DuPonte, Michael W (University of Hawaii, 2008-08)
    In Asian countries, deliberate collection and culturing of naturally occurring soil microorganisms has been a common agricultural practice for centuries, and application of these cultures to crop soils is believed to ...
  • Watson, Donald P (University of Hawaii, 1986)
    This leaflet provides methods to extend the vase life of cut tropical flowers.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-06)
  • Fukuda, Steve; Borth, Wayne; Almeida, Rodrigo; Hamasaki, Randy; McHugh, John; Hew, Ron; Kumashiro, Bernarr; Kawate, Mike; Ogata, Desmond; Sugano, Jari (University of Hawaii, 2004-10)
    Photos compare healthy and infected watercress, illustrate the pests, and identify host weeds.
  • Saulo, Aurora A (University of Hawaii, 2002-12)
    Characteristics of rumors and reports of dubious scientific accuracy are listed, and websites that deal with hoaxes and "urban legends" are mentioned.
  • Wu, I-Pai, 1933-; Howell, Terry A.; Hiler, Edward A. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1979)
  • van't Woudt, Bessel D; Nelson, Robert E (University of Hawaii, 1963-01)
    One of the rainiest places on earth is atop Mount Waialeale on the island of Kauai; average annual rainfall in this 20-square-mile swamp area exceeds 200 inches, and more than twice that amount has been recorded. Various ...
  • Leonhardt, Kenneth W; McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1982-11)
    This briefly describes hydroponic cultivation methods, including plants that can be grown and formulas for nutrient solutions.
  • Keith, Lisa; Ko, Wen-hsiung; Sato, Dwight M (University of Hawaii, 2006-10)
    Tea is a relatively new crop in Hawaii. This publication describes five diseases, three of which are not yet present here but could be serious problems if introduced. The guide is intended to help tea growers identify the ...
  • Bushe, Brian C; Nishimima, Wayne T; Hara, Arnold H; Sato, Dwight M (University of Hawaii, 2004-04)
    Flower injury caused by diseases, insects, mites, slugs, and birds, and mechanical, physiological, and environmental factors are illustrated.
  • Anonymous (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    This publication was prepared in support of an effort to eradicate an infestation on Kauai. Identifying and detecting presence of the ant are illustrated.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-04)
  • Ilima 
    Rauch, Fred D; Bornhorst, Heidi L; Hensley, David L (University of Hawaii, 1997-07)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant ilima (Sida fallax) in landscapes.
  • Miyasaka, Susan C; Hollyer, James R; Cox, Linda J (University of Hawaii, 2001-07)
    A field experiment evaluated effects of organic inputs on crop yield and quality and incidence of pocket rot, which commonly diminishes non-flooded taro yields by a quarter to a third. Considering the costs of organic ...
  • Hooks, Cerruti R2; Chandara, Khamphout; Fallon, Declan; Wang, Koon-Hui; Manandhar, Roshan (University of Hawaii, 2007-10)
    Impacts of growing Crotalaria juncia on factors such as plant-parasitic and beneficial nematodes, nematode-trapping fungi, and cucumber yields were studied.
  • Cox, Linda J; Vieth, Gary (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    It was estimated that the open-space value of 15,000 acres of former sugarcane land on Oahu would be worth more than $21 million to residents of the island, based on a 1995 survey. Only 6 percent of the Oahu residents ...
  • Fox, Robert L; Rotar, Peter P (University of Hawaii, 1978)
    Traditional Indica rice varieties offered little chance of yield response to increased nitrogen fertilizer because they were prone to lodging (bending over) when they grew too tall. Development of dwarf rice cultivars with ...
  • Uchida, Janice Y; Silva, James A; Kadooka, Chris Y (University of Hawaii, 2002-08)
    Causes of pocket rot and other fungal infections of taro corm are discussed. Careful attention to planting only disease-free huli (propagules) is emphasized.
  • Kim, Yong Soo; Lee, Chin N; DuPonte, Michael W; Fukumoto, Glen K (University of Hawaii, 2007-01)
    Forage-finished beef is generally known to be less tender than grain-finished beef. To improve or to reduce the variability of beef tenderness, electrical stimulation of carcasses has been the process most widely used ...
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