Browsing College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources by Subject "legumes"

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  • Thompson, Alice R (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1917-05-07)
    Numerous varieties of legumes, both native and introduced, are found in Hawaii. The experiments herein reported upon were inaugurated in order to determine the comparative value for soil improvement of the different species ...
  • Evans, Dale O; Joy, Robert J; Chia, C L (University of Hawaii, 1988-08)
    The most appropriate cover crop species and practices differ depending on the orchard site, type of tree crop, and stage of orchard development. Success with cover crops depends on proper selection of plant species and on ...
  • Krauss, F G (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1911-09)
    This bulletin is intended to give brief descriptions and practical suggestions that will be helpful in growing leguminous crops under Hawaiian conditions. Recognizing the need and importance of introducing this class of ...
  • Fox, Robert L; Munns, Donald N (University of Hawaii, 1978)
    Few legumes grow well when manganese or aluminum dominate the suite of exchangeable cations, as they do in certain acidic soils of Hawaii. An Oxisol was given increasing amounts of agricultural lime such that a soil pH ...
  • Krauss, F G (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1921-12-16)
    The pigeon pea had been grown as a field crop in Hawaii in the first decade of the twentieth century, and in this bulletin Krauss championed the plant as ideal for feed and fodder, but his primary emphasis was on the legume ...
  • Krauss, F G (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1932-03)
    The author championed this fast-growing leguminous shrub as a food, fodder, and soil improvement crop.

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