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  • 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.
  • Kratky, B A (University of Hawaii, 2002-06)
    Leafy and semi-head lettuce and other short-term crops can be grown with a simple, inexpensive hydroponic kit that does not require electricity or a pump.
  • White, Ferol; Motomura, Sharon; Miyasaka, Susan; Kratky, B A (University of Hawaii, 2013-04)
    This guide outlines how to grow disease-free ginger in 7-gallon pots.
  • Ogoshi, RM; Tsuji, GY; Uehara, G; Kefford, NP (University of Hawaii, 1998-10)
    The study showed that an agronomic model and economic analysis are useful tools for agricultural decision-making in Hawaii. Crop models shortened the time needed to test and determine suitable management schemes to produce ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1981-03)
    Proper selection and preparation of the home garden site is an important key to successful production. To obtain high yields of good quality produce, plants require an adequate supply of plant nutrients, light, air, moisture, ...
  • Ako, Harry; Baker, Adam (University of Hawaii, 2009-10)
    Construction and operation of an experimental set-up for cultivating lettuce is described. A list of supplies is provided. The aquaponics version used recirculated water from tilapia tanks to provide nitrate to the lettuce crop.
  • Fukumoto, Glen K (University of Hawaii, 2009-07)
    Pen materials and design, management concerns, feeding options for forage and supplementals, energy balance, nutrient requirements, and a production example with cost analysis are discussed.
  • Fukumoto, Glen K (University of Hawaii, 2009-07)
    The publication reports a case study in using a movable cage to provide forage as a component of the feed ration for laying hens. A materials list and details on the cage construction are included. A cost analysis over a ...
  • Tanaka, Tokushi (University of Hawaii, 1972)
    This manual provided basic information on poultry breeding, nutrition, and management for backyard poultry flocks.
  • Zee, Francis; Sato, Dwight; Keith, Lisa; Follett, Peter; Hamasaki, Randall T (University of Hawaii, 2003-09)
    Much interest was aroused by successful plantings of tea at sites on the island of Hawai‘i (2800 and 4000 ft elevation). The publication details types of tea, propagation, field planting, pruning and harvesting, pests and ...
  • Selden, Piper; DuPonte, Michael; Sipes, Brent; Dinges, Kelly (University of Hawaii, 2005-08)
    Vermicomposting uses earthworms and other microorganisms to digest organic wastes, such as kitchen scraps. Vermicomposting is faster than traditional composting methods, requires less space, and creates little odor. Making ...
  • El-Swaify, S A; Dangler, E W; Armstrong, C L (University of Hawaii, 1982-12)
    This publication addresses the problem of water and rainfall erosion of soil in the tropics. Methods of erosion control are proposed.
  • Van't Woudt, Bessel D., 1913- (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1959)
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    An "ideal" soil for house plants is one that has adequate and lasting fertility, has good structure so that air and water penetrate readily, retains moisture, is free of weed seeds, insects and disease organisms, and has ...
  • Ikawa, Ike; Hue, Nguyen; Yost, Russell (University of Hawaii, 2010)
    This poster describes and provides color photos of ten different soil orders in Hawaii.
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Roses have long been popular flowers for the home. They will grow well and produce beautiful flowers if given some upkeep and a few minutes care each week. Proper location, use of good soil, proper soil preparation and the ...
  • Green, Richard E; Fox, Robert L (University of Hawaii, 1978)
    The importance of depth of rooting during seasonal droughts is illustrated, and the facts that influence rooting depth are discussed.
  • McCall, Wade W; Watanabe, Roger T (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Soils have many physical, chemical, and biological properties that determine their suitability for the growth of plants. Soil reaction, or pH, is one very important property that has great influence on the growth of soil ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Salinity is the presence of soluble salts in the soil. Soluble salts may be detrimental by increasing the salt concentration of the soil solution. High concentration of salts in the soil solution directly reduce plant growth.
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