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|Title:||The Taro Tattler, Volume 1, No.1 - 1989|
|Publisher:||College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii|
|Abstract:||The College of Tropical Agriculture and Human
Resources, University of Hawaii at Manoa, is playing a catalytic-coordinative role by identifying current and potential players and markets for Hawaii-grown taros. This newsletter is to inform those with interest
in this industry of the progress of this project. For the first edition, we thought a question-answer format would be the most efficient way to get information across to our readers. Note that QUALITY is stressed as the primary factor separating the best farmers from the rest. This characteristic should be not only a part of the product sold, but also of the management strategy of the business - regardless of its size!
|Description:||Information Sheet for the Growers, Shippers, Processors of Chinese, Poi, Dasheen and Samoan Taros from Hawaii|
|Appears in Collections:||The Taro Tattler|
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