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  • Chia, C.L.; Evans, D.O. (Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii, 1994)
    Conference papers include: Update on the papaya ringspot virus situation in Puna; Regulations governing papaya ringspot virus control; Papaya ringspot virus cross protection - an update; Update on genetically engineered ...
  • Chia, C.L.; Evans, D.O. (University of Hawaii, 1994-05)
    This conference occurred during the period when Hawaii's papaya industry was struggling with the spread of papaya ringspot virus to major production areas on the island of Hawaii.
  • Chia, C.L.; Evans, D.O. (University of Hawaii, 1993-04)
    Conference papers are arranged under the topic headings pest control, cultivars and propagation, postharvest, plant physiology, commercial production, and trade, economics, and marketing. There was emphasis on chemical ...
  • Chia, C.L. (Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii, 1995)
    Proceedings sections include: Future Development of Tropical Fruits in Hawaii; Tropical Fruit Crops of Malaysia; Global Marketing of Malaysian Fruits; Benefits of Generic Promotion; Poster Abstracts: Peach Palm for Palm ...
  • Hollyer, James R.; Sato, Dwight M. (University of Hawaii, 1990-01)
    Taro was, and continues to be, an important food for many people world-wide; at least 12.6 billion pounds of the genus Colocasia were consumed in 1987. In Hawaii, ancient lore states that one square mile of taro feed up ...
  • Harrington, Michael T. (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1994-01)
    The "Symposia for the Improvement of Resident Instruction" was conducted in early 1991. The materi als presented in these "Proceedings" are varied. They include; participant handouts, lecture notes, the results of brainstorming ...
  • Cooperative Extension Service, University of Hawaii (University of Hawaii, 1967-03)
    Between 1948 and 1963, taro acreage in Hawaii was reduced by more than half, to less than 500 acres. This first conference on taro was convened in hope of reviving the taro industry, not only to reduce the cost of poi but ...
  • Motavalli, P.P. (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project and College of Life Sciences, University of Guam, 1998)
    The overall objective of the workshop is to increase regional communication and collaboration in developing sustainable plant nutrient management practices through increased use of soil and plant testing. Specific objectives ...
  • Schreiner, Ilse; Nafus, Donald (Agricultural Development in the American Pacific Project, 1992-11)
    The goals of the conference were to report on progress in the joint projects and to facilitate information exchange between ADAP participants and crop protection personnel from outside island nations with similar problems. ...
  • Chia, C.L.; Evans, D.O. (Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii, 1994)
    Conference papers include: Exotic Fruits in California; Florida's Tropical Fruit Industry; Cultural Practices for Tropical Fruits in Florida; Commodity Treatments of Tropical Fruits for Export from Hawaii; HTFG Marketing ...
  • Chia, C.L.; Evans, D.O. (Hawaii Institute of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii, 1994)
    Conference papers include: Overview of Australia's Commercial Fruit Industry; Cultural Practices of Rambutan, Durian, Mangosteen, Lychee, and Longan in Australia; Marketing Tropical Fruits in Australia; Domestication and ...
  • Vinacke, Winifred R.; Hartzler, Eva; Tanada, Yoshinori (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1950-03)
    Factors affecting the nutritive value and use of processed rice In Hawaii have been studied. Twenty-two samples of processed rice have been found to have an average thiamine content of 193 micrograms per 100 grams. Processed ...
  • Payne, John H.; Ley, Gaston J.; Akau, George (University of Hawaii, 1941-06)
    This publication covers the use and properties of taro in several types of food products and a chemical analysis of two wetland and two upland taro varieties. It also includes recipes.
  • Cavaletto, Catherine G. (University of Hawai'i, 2002-06)
    Processing macadamia nuts at home involves several steps following harvest: husking, drying, cracking, roasting, and salting. None of these steps is easily accomplished at home, but these instructions provide a guide to ...
  • Moltzau, R.H.; Ripperton, J.C. (University of Hawaii, 1939-06)
    The commercial development of the macadamia in Hawaii has led to a study of processing methods adapted to this nut. Since it is marketed principally in cooked, salted-kernel form, processing includes all steps in handling ...
  • Hollyer, James; Paull, Robert; Huang, Albert (University of Hawaii, 2000-02)
    The taro cultivar 'Bun Long', grown under non-flooded conditions, is considered the best for making into chips. Guidelines for commercial-scale chip production are given.
  • Yee, Warren (University of Hawaii, 1978-07)
    Experiment station scientists in Hawaii had focused on avocado as a potential export crop since the station was founded in the early 1900s. In 1941, avocado acreage reached a peak of about 500 acres, but it subsequently ...
  • Hepperly, Paul; Zee, Francis; Kai, Russell; Arakawa, Claire; Meisner, Mark; Kratky, Bernard; Hamamoto, Kert; Sato, Dwight (University of Hawaii, 2004-06)
    A bacterial wilt is the factor most limiting yields of culinary ginger in Hawaii. A system developed to produce ginger in an artificial medium in greenhouse culture is described.
  • Zee, Francis; Hamasaki, Randall T.; Nakamoto, Stuart T.; Keith, Lisa; Hummer, Kim; Reed, Barbara; Kawabata, Andrew (University of Hawaii, 2010-04)
    The bright red berries of this native Hawaiian species are most commonly harvested from wild plants for jam. However, the plant has potential as a potted ornamental. Propagation from seed and raising of seedlings to size ...
  • Magistad, O.C.; Frazier, T.O. (University of Hawaii, 1938-04)
    This bulletin reports on studies of truck crop production and marketing of locally grown vegetables.
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