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  • Ito, Philip J; Hamilton, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 1992-12)
    'Malama' is a new, high quality, fall-ripening avocado (Persea americana L.) cultivar developed by the Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii.
  • Kelley, W P (University of Hawaii, 1911)
    The continued cultivation of pineapples on the same land has already brought about conditions unfavorable to the growth of the crop. The use of fertilizers, lime and manure has not restored this soil to its original ...
  • Thorne, Mark S; Cox, Linda J; Fukumoto, Glen K (University of Hawaii, 2009-03)
    Sources of risk in raising livestock can be mitigated by development plans for grazing management, drought, biosecurity, weed management, and pasture and livestock pests.
  • Tower, B A (University of Hawaii, 1938-06)
    The bulletin covered breed selection, housing, incubation and brooding, feeds, chick problems, adult poultry troubles and parasites, and raising capons.
  • Ferreira, Stephen A (University of Hawaii, 1998-10)
    This is a brief, general guide to the subject.
  • Brosnan, JT; Deputy, J (University of Hawaii, 2007-12)
    Bermudagrass is the most commonly used turfgrass on athletic fields in Hawaii. Maintenance in these high-use situation is described, along with potential weed, insect, and plant disease problems.
  • Nelson, Scot; Schmitt, Donald; Smith, Virginia Easton (University of Hawaii, 2002-10)
    This publication combines handout materials developed for workshops for coffee growers.
  • Messing, Russell (University of Hawaii, 1999-09)
    Four pest fruit fly species found in Hawaii are described and illustrated with photographs; baits, traps, insecticides, organic insecticides, and cultural controls are described.
  • Cox, Linda J; Swan, Sandy; Evensen, Carl I (University of Hawaii, 1999-05)
    The Hawaiian ahupua'a system of managing the resources of lands and coastal waters is briefly described.
  • Robotham, Michael; Evensen, Carl; Cox, Linda J (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    This is a guide to assessing risks of use, storage, and disposal of household chemicals, and to developing an action plan to reduce potential impacts of these materials.
  • Hue, NV; Silva, JA; Uehara, G; Hamasaki, RT; Uchida, R; Bunn, P (University of Hawaii, 1998-06)
    As sugarcane became replaced by diversified cropping, crop sensitivity to high manganese levels in certain soils of central Oahu and the North Shore became a concern. The publication discusses the potential for Mn toxicity, ...
  • Mango 
    Chia, CL; Hamilton, RA; Evans, DO (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    This is a brief guide to growing mango trees in Hawaii.
  • Nelson, Scot C (University of Hawaii, 2008-08)
    Wet weather during flowering favors this disease and can severely limit fruit bearing. Symptoms are illustrated and control options, including fungicides, are discussed.
  • Nakahara, Larry M (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The mango blossom midge, Dasyneura mangiferae, previously known only in India, was first recorded in Hawaii in 1981. Its life cycle, distribution in Hawaii, and economic significance were discussed.
  • Pope, W T (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1929-10)
    This bulletin updates HAES Bulletin 12 (1906) by J.E. Higgins to meet the increasing demand for information on this popular fruit in Hawaii.
  • Nishijima, Wayne (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The principal diseases of mango fruit, flowers, leaves, stems, and roots were listed; anthracnose and powdery mildew were discussed in detail.
  • Davenport, Tom (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Commercial mango production in Florida, Mexico, and Central America is discussed.
  • Higgins, J E (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1906)
    The author believed that the mango was destined to become an important crop in Hawaii's fruit export trade, a hope unrealized in the century following. The bulletin provided a comprehensive review of all aspects of mango ...
  • Nelson, Scot C (University of Hawaii, 2008-08)
    Unlike anthracnose, which affects mango in wet areas, the powdery mildew fungus occurs primarily in dry areas and must be controlled during flowering to obtain acceptable fruit yields.
  • Chan, Harvey T Jr (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The paper briefly reviews various techniques for processing mangoes, with greater detail on the process for puree. The author describes commercial mango operations in Thailand and Guatemala.
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