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  • Tanaka, Jack S; Nakagawa, Yukio; Sakuoka, Richard (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing bell peppers.
  • Broccoli 
    Tanaka, Jack S; Nakagawa, Yukio; Sakuoka, Richard (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing broccoli.
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1987-08)
    This brief publication provides an introduction to its subject for Hawaii gardeners and farmers. Tables list plants, both legumes and nonlegumes, suitable for the various purposes described.
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1986-06)
    Water is essential for plant growth. It supplies the hydrogen and oxygen needed for carbohydrate formation in the plant. It also moves mineral nutrients from the soil into the plant and then to the part of the plant ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1982-11)
    Most seeds contain the necessary nutrients for germination and seedling growth until they emerge into the light and can manufacture their own food. Then the plants must absorb mineral nutrients from the soil or other ...
  • Carrots 
    Tanaka, Jack S; Nakagawa, Yukio; Sakuoka, Richard (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing carrots.
  • Tanaka, Jack S; Nakagawa, Yukio; Sakuoka, Richard (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing cauliflower.
  • Ebesu, Richard; Evans, Dale (University of Hawai'i, 2008-06)
    Citrus trees are among the favorite fruit trees grown around Hawai‘i’s homes. The main types grown are lemon, lime, orange, mandarin (tangerine), tangelo, grapefruit, and pummelo. Some culinary and ornamental citrus species ...
  • McCall, Wade W; Nakagawa, Yukio (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Home gardening in Hawaii requires good management for good yields, and that requires adequate organic matter in the soil, conservation of moisture, removal of waste products, and good physical condition of the soil. All ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1982-07)
    Apartment and condominium dwellers with even the smallest balcony can, with containers, grow a good selection of vegetables. Every inch of space may be utilized. Vegetables thrive in containers and attractive vegetable ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Plants require certain nutrients to grow properly, and if any of these nutrients are lacking in the soil, they must be added through the use of fertilizers. The fertilizer may be natural, synthetic, organic, inorganic or ...
  • McCall, Wade W; Chia, C L (University of Hawaii, 1986-11)
    This brief article provides general fertilizer recommendations for banana, papaya, and some woody tree fruits.
  • McCall, Wade W; Chia, C L (University of Hawaii, 1997-02)
    Fertilizers are used to supplement the soil’s supply of nutrients for plants. For the most efficient use of applied fertilizers, the pH of the soil should be in the proper range for the crop, there should be adequate organic ...
  • McCall, Wade W (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Fertilizers are applied to supplement the soil's capacity to supply plant nutrients. For more efficient use of applied fertilizers, the pH of the soil should be satisfactory for the crop, there should be adequate organic ...
  • Ebesu, Richard (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing various types of beans.
  • Ebesu, Richard (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing edible-podded peas.
  • Frazier, W A (University of Hawaii, 1943)
    A comprehensive guide to gardening techniques and the many garden crops that can be grown in Hawaii.
  • Ebesu, Richard (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing Oriental leafy greens.
  • Ebesu, Richard (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    Information sheet for home gardeners on growing tomatoes.
  • McCall, Wade W; Nakagawa, Yukio (University of Hawaii, 1980-11)
    Mulch is used in the home garden to control weeds, conserve moisture, and reduce irrigation. Use of mulches also reduces soil temperature; prevents soil erosion; prevents vegetables from contacting the soil; which keeps ...

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