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  • Nelson, Scot; Brooks, Fred; Teves, Glenn (University of Hawaii, 2011-07)
    This publication discusses the causal pathogen, symptoms of the diseae, and management options for taro leaf blight in Hawai‘i.
  • Sato, Dwight M.; Hara, Arnold H. (University of Hawaii, 1997-12)
    Taro root aphid is one of the most destructive pests of non-flooded taro in Hawaii. A hot water dip to disinfest huli (taro seedpieces) is described, and other control options are discussed.
  • Whitney, Leo D.; Bowers, F.A.I.; Takahashi, M. (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, 1939)
    Taro, one of the oldest cultivated crops in the world, has long been a staple food of the natives of all the Polynesian islands as well as in the West Indies and the Orient. Since taro is propagated almost exclusively by ...
  • Bowen, Richard L.; Leung, PingSun (University of Hawaii, 1989)
    Tax pyramiding occurs when a sales or gross receipts tax is imposed more than once on the value of a good or service at different levels in the marketing system. Pyramiding results in higher prices for consumers and can ...
  • Tea 
    Tipton, Trace V.; Yokoyama, Kevin M.; Wanitprapha, Kulavit; Nakamoto, Stuart T. (University of Hawaii, 1990-08)
    This publication provides a brief crop profile for tea, information on world supply and demand, and notes on tea in Hawaii.
  • Davidson, Dana H. (University of Hawaii, 2003-11)
    Anger is a basic human emotion that is manifested early in infancy and continues throughout the life span. Anger is a normal reaction to frustration, fear, or other stress. There are ways to prevent tantrums, and there ...
  • Hamilton, R.A. (University of Hawaii, 1987-11)
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2006-05)
    Chlorosis of plant terminals can be caused by insects, diseases, nutrient toxicities, and other causes; seven examples are illustrated with photos.
  • Hodgson, Aurora Saulo (University of Hawaii, 2001-12)
    General advice on food handling for consumers is given.
  • Robotham, Michael; Smith, Chris; Valenzuela, Hector (University of Hawaii, 2004-01)
    Sampling for environmental pollutants that result from agricultural practices is described.
  • Hue, N.V.; Uchida, R.; Ho, M.C. (University of Hawaii, 2004-07)
    Soil sampling procedure for samples to be submitted to a laboratory for fertility analysis are described, and the standard analyses performed are explained. A form for submitting samples to the UH-CTAHR Agricultural ...
  • Arisumi, Toru (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1956-01)
    A condition for the certification of fresh papayas shipped to the mainland United States, as set forth by the USDA Bureau of Entomology and Plan t Quarantine, is that these fruits be either fumigated with EDB (ethylene ...
  • Robotham, Michael; Evensen, Carl; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    Disposal practices for many wastes and agencies to contact for more information on waste disposal are listed.
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-07)
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 1998-10)
  • Wall, Ron (University of Hawaii, 2000-11)
  • Yamakawa, R.M.; Sekioka, T.T.; Matsuno, F.R.; Paull, R.E.; Bobisud, C.A.; Ferreira, S.A. (University of Hawaii, 1999-09)
    Heliconia cultivars for cut flower production selected in Hawai‘i from materials obtained from tropical America are described.
  • DuPonte, Michael W.; Lee, Kara K. (University of Hawaii, 2007-04)
    Prostaglandins aid estrus syncronization in an artificial insemination program for cattle. Three protocols for their use as tested on a University of Hawaii herd are briefly described.
  • Wong, Melvin (University of Hawaii, 2007-05)
    Cordyline fruticosa, ti, is a member of the agave family (Agavaceae). Ti can add exciting color to a landscape with a tropical theme. Ti seedlings vary in color a lot and many of them have outstanding color. Besides green, ...
  • Matsusaka, Yoshito; Sherman, G. Donald (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Hawaii, 1950-05)
    In the development of a liming program for the acid soils of the Hawaiian Islands, it was found that soils of the various great soil groups varied greatly in their lime requirement for correction of similar degrees of ...
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