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  • Nandwani, Dilip; Tudela, Anthony; Cabrera, Isidoro T. (Northern Marianas College, 2010-03)
    Bananas are widely grown in the CNMI and are an important food crop for domestic consumption and are for sale on the local market. Exports of green bananas to Guam are increasing and this business is expected to expand. ...
  • Higgins, J.E. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1904)
    This publication is a comprehensive review of all aspects of banana crop production.
  • Nelson, Scot; Wright, Mark (University of Hawaii, 2005-09)
    Native Hawaiian prichardias and other palms are attacked; pest biology and management are discussed.
  • Nelson, Scot; Smith, Virginia Easton; Wright, Mark (University of Hawaii, 2005-07)
    Damage by and control of Opogona sacchari are described.
  • Hara, Arnold H.; Mau, Ronald F.L.; Heu, Ronald; Jacobsen, Christopher; Niino-DuPonte, Ruth (University of Hawaii, 2002-06)
    Occurrence and control of Chaetanaphothrips signipennis on anthurium, ti, dracaena, and banana are detailed.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 2004-08)
  • Valenzuela, Hector; Smith, Jody (University of Hawaii, 2002-08)
  • Kobayashi, Kent; Criley, Richard; Kaufman, Andrew; Tsugawa, Stephanie; Ricordi, Alberto; Clifford, Patti (University of Hawaii, 2008-12)
    Plants useful in landscapes for security purposes are listed, with brief descriptions and photographs.
  • McCall, Wade W. (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Plants require support, nutrients, and moisture from the media in which they are grown. The cheapest medium for plants is soil. However, many soils are not ideal for growing plants and require adjusting to provide "ideal" ...
  • DuPonte, Michael W. (University of Hawaii, 2007-04)
    Receptivity to breeding occurs approximately every three weeks in sexually mature, non-pregnant female cattle. Tips for observing these opportunities to facilitate a breeding program are given.
  • Rauch, Fred D.; Bornhorst, Heidi L.; Hensley, David L. (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using the Hawaiian native plant beach naupaka (Scaevola taccada) in landscapes.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1999-09)
  • Nagamine, Charles (University of Hawaii, 1999-10)
    The cautions in selecting an herbicide in this publication are intended primarily for homeowners, but safe pesticide use guidelines for both home use and commercial use are included.
  • Tanaka, Jack S.; Nakagawa, Yukio; Sakuoka, Richard (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing bell peppers.
  • Radovich, Ted; Cox, Linda J.; Sugano, Jari; Idol, Travis (University of Hawaii, 2009-08)
    To help Hawaii growers make management decisions about the use of a living mulch, this publication describes experiments conducted to study the effects of perennial peanut planting method and density on (1) groundcover ...
  • Chong, Joan (University of Hawaii, 2006-08)
    Young people aged 5–19 are about 25 percent of the U.S. population. They can be active participants in school and community activities, especially if they receive mentoring and encouragement from adults.
  • Vieth, Gary R.; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 1998-02)
    Obtaining broad-based support for government funding of neighborhood projects is often difficult, because residents of the nearby community receive most of the benefits. Therefore, such projects might not be undertaken ...
  • Brosnan, J.T.; Deputy, J. (University of Hawaii, 2008-01)
    Hybrid and common types of bermudagrass are described. Guidelines on turf establishment and maintenance are given.
  • Anonymous (University of Hawaii, 2006-05)
    A brief consumer guide on food safety for the home.
  • Abbas, F.; Fares, A. (University of Hawaii, 2009-06)
    Agricultural best management practices are designed to prevent and/or reduce the movement of sediment, nutrients, pesticides, and other pollutants from the land to surface waters, groundwater, coastal areas, and the ocean. ...
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