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  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 2000-06)
  • Hollingsworth, Robert G; Hara, Arnold H; Sewake, Kelvin T (University of Hawaii, 2001-05)
    Three monitoring methods are direct observation, flower shake, and the Berlese funnel, the latter being most accurate; instructions for constructing the funnel are given.
  • Brosnan, JT; Deputy, J (University of Hawaii, 2008-02)
    Often called "nutgrass" in Hawaii, this weed is common in turf and ornamental plantings. Cultural and chemical controls are described.
  • Romanowski, Roman; Tanaka, J. S. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1965)
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-04)
  • Friday, JB (University of Hawaii, 2000-01)
    Methods of collecting, handling, storing, and germinating forest tree seeds are described.
  • Meade, Ginny; Hensley, David L (University of Hawaii, 1997-04)
    Suggestions for evaluating tree-care companies are given, with the primary recommendation being that the company have a certified arborist. Anyone can trim trees, but qualified and trained arborists follow a set of ...
  • Davidson, Dana H (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Information sheet for selecting toys for children.
  • Nakasone, H Y; Yamane, G M; Miyashita, R K (University of Hawaii, 1968-06)
  • Lingren, Herbert G (University of Hawaii, 1991-04)
    Self-esteem is a person’s understanding of how valuable he or she is in the world. Many family scientists consider self-esteem to be the single most important factor in shaping a person’s life. Self-esteem is a family ...
  • Peters, C W (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1956-12)
    The major purpose of this research is to consider the current status of the flower shipping industry in Hawaii and to evaluate mainland trade reaction to Hawaiian floral products. Similar research was conducted in 1950 and ...
  • Cavaletto, Catherine G (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    The author pointed out that the mango is somewhat unique in the wide variation of its sensory characteristics, depending on cultivar. Aspects such as appearance (skin and flesh color), aroma, sweetness, acidity, flesh ...
  • Trujillo, Eduardo E; Ferreira, Stephen; Schmitt, Donald P; Mitchell, Wallace C (University of Hawaii, 1995-01)
    The purpose of this publication is to provide information about serious diseases and pests of coffee not present in the Hawaiian Islands that can be accidentally introduced on or in coffee berries brought in for seed ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Sewage sludge is the solid material removed from sewage during the sewage treatment process. It contains plant nutrients, organic matter, and microorganisms and, when properly used, is a satisfactory fertilizer material.
  • Engel, John W; Kimmons, Lee C (University of Hawaii, 1994-03)
    Sexual development is a continual process that unfolds throughout one's life. Salient aspects of the psychosocial dimensions of sexual development are described for each of the following stages: prenatal, infancy, ...
  • Kratky, B A; Bernabe, Christopher; Arakaki, Earl; White, Ferol; Miyasaka, Susan (University of Hawaii, 2013-05)
    The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of four shading levels on the yield of edible ginger rhizomes that were grown in sub-irrigated pots under plastic-covered rainshelters.
  • Higgins, J E (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1910)
    This publication gives a step-by-step description of the shield budding propagation method for mango.
  • Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 2009-01)
    This disease first caused significant kava crop losses in Hawaii in the early 2000s, as large monocrops were established. Management by variety choice, site selection, polycropping, and fungicide sprays is described.
  • Fukumoto, Glen K; Lee, Chin N (University of Hawaii, 2003-04)
    Yield and proximate analysis data for signalgrass at three research stations (two on Hawaii and one on Oahu) are presented.
  • Wu, I-Pai (University of Hawaii, 1997-05)
    Information on evapotranspiration (ET), or consumptive water use, is significant for water resources planning and irrigation scheduling. The use of ET for scheduling irrigation is illustrated.
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