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  • Hamilton, Richard A; Ito, Philip J; Rapoza, Herbert (University of Hawaii, 1992-12)
    Lychee (Litchi chinensis L.) 'Kaimana' was named in 1982 to commemorate the 75th ("diamond") anniversary of the establishment of the Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station. 'Kaimana' means "diamond" in the Hawaiian language. ...
  • Hamilton, Richard A; Ito, Philip J (University of Hawaii, 1992-12)
    'Kary' is the first carambola, or star fruit (Averrhoa carambola L.), cultivar developed by the Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii. It is a sweet, firm-fleshed carambola with good shelf life.
  • Ito, Philip J; Parvin, Philip E; Oka, David W (University of Hawaii, 1992-03)
    'Kathryn' is a bright yellow sunburst hybrid with golden ribbons and dark yellow styles. It was named in honor of Mrs. Jack Schumacher of Gaithersburg, Maryland, in recognition of the Schumacher family's continuing support ...
  • Ito, Philip J; Parvin, Philip E; Murakami, Tsuru (University of Hawaii, 1992-03)
    'Mahina Hawaii' was named for the spectacular Hawaiian moonrise; mahina means "moon." The flower has a bright yellow center with radiating salmon styles.
  • Ito, Philip J; Hamilton, Richard A (University of Hawaii, 1992-12)
    'Malama' is a new, high quality, fall-ripening avocado (Persea americana L.) cultivar developed by the Department of Horticulture, University of Hawaii.
  • Papaya 
    Low, Cindy; Maretzki, Audrey N (University of Hawaii, 1982-07)
    Short publication providing information on nutritive value and recipes for papaya fruit.
  • Papaya 
    Chia, C L; Nishina, M S; Evans, D O (University of Hawaii, 1989-05)
    Short publication covering culture, management, and harvest of papaya in Hawaii.
  • Papaya 
    Chia, C L; Nishina, M S; Evans, D O (University of Hawaii, 1989-05)
    Comprehensive information on the papaya plant and its cultivation is given.
  • Nishina, M S; Nishijima, W T; Zee, F; Chia, C L; Mau, R F L; Evans, D O (University of Hawaii, 1989-12)
    Short publication describing symptoms and control of papaya ringspot disease.
  • Persimmon 
    Chia, C L; Hashimoto, Clark S; Evans, Dale O (University of Hawaii, 1989-03)
    Short publication covering culture, management, and harvest of persimmon in Hawaii.
  • Ito, Philip J; Parvin, Philip E; Murakami, Tsuru (University of Hawaii, 1992-03)
    'Pohaka La Hawaii', or Hawaiian sunbeam, is a hybrid sunburst protea with bright red flowers resembling the sunrise.
  • Hamilton, Richard A; Ito, Philip J (University of Hawaii, 1992-12)
    'Puma' is a high quality, productive citrus hybrid resulting from a cross between pummelo and grapefuit (C. grandis x C. paradisi L.). The cross was made and resulting hybrid seedlings grown by the Department of Horticulture, ...
  • Ito, Philip J; Parvin, Philip E; Oka, David W (University of Hawaii, 1992-03)
    'Rachel' is a salmon-orange sunburst hybrid with reddish ribbons and yellow-orange styles. It was named after Rachel Goldberg of Davis, California, in recognition of the continuing support of protea research in Hawaii by ...
  • Hamilton, R A; Ito, P J (University of Hawaii, 1993-11)
    'Rapoza' is a large, high-quality mango cultivar (Magnifera indica L.) developed by the Department of Horticulture, University of Hawai'i at Manoa. It was named in honor of Herbert Rapoza, one of the dedicated individuals ...
  • Hamilton, RA; Ito, PJ (University of Hawaii, 1993-11)
    A new mango cultivar selection made in Hawaii is described.
  • Hamilton, Richard A; Ito, Phillip J; Paull, Robert E (University of Hawaii, 1993-06)
    'Sunset' is a new hybrid solo papaya selection with uniform, salmon-pink flesh. 'Sunset' most resembles 'Sunrise' solo but with more uniform fruits averaging about 15 percent smaller than those of 'Sunrise'. The yellow ...
  • Bisone, Laura E; Maretzki, Audrey N (University of Hawaii, 1982-07)
    Short publication providing information on nutritive value and recipes for sweet potato tubers and leaves.
  • Cho, John J (University of Hawaii, 1986-06)
    Cool, moist weather in winter and spring in Hawaii is conducive to various fungal and bacterial diseases in lettuce crops. Fungicides and pesticides available at the time for control of these diseases were discussed.
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