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  • Uchida, Janice Y; Kadooka, Chris Y (University of Hawaii, 1997-01)
    Management of this fungal disease of desirable ornamental palms is described.
  • Uchida, Janice Y; Kadooka, Chris Y (University of Hawaii, 1997-05)
    This fern is one of the most widely used in the florist industry. The fungal pathogens cause leaf spots, rots, and blights. The disease epidemiology and control are discussed.
  • Ferreira, Stephen A; Trujillo, Eduardo E; Ogata, Desmond Y (University of Hawaii, 1997-12)
    Symptoms and control options for this important aphid-transmitted disease of banana are described.
  • Uchida, Janice Y; Sipes, Brent S (University of Hawaii, 1998-10)
    Characteristics and control methods for this economically damaging leaf pest are described.
  • Ferreira, Stephen A (University of Hawaii, 1998-10)
    This is a brief, general guide to the subject.
  • Schmitt, Donald P; Sipes, Brent S (University of Hawaii, 1998-12)
    This is a general guide to nematode pests, including those present in Hawaii. Methods of sampling for nematode assay are described.
  • Serracin, Mario; Shmitt, Don; Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 1999-03)
    Assaying, preventing, and controlling this economically significant disease of coffee are discussed.
  • Uchida, Janice Y; Ogata, Desmond; Nagata, Norman (University of Hawaii, 1999-06)
    TWSV, vectored by thrips, was noticed on anthurium; the publication describes the infection and shows the resulting water-soaked spots and blights on leaves.
  • Nelson, Scot C (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    A severe disease of the kava plant caused by cucumber mosaic virus is described. Symptoms are illustrated and integrated disease management options are discussed.
  • Nelson, Scot C; Sipes, Brent S; Serracin, Mario; Schmitt, Donald P (University of Hawaii, 2001-03)
    Symptoms are described and prevention strategies given for this nematode disease of kava plants.
  • Sipes, BS; Schmitt, DP; Nelson, SC (University of Hawaii, 2001-04)
    Radopholus similis is a serious pathogen affecting a wide range of plants grown in Hawaii. Control options in nursery crops, including anthurium, and field plantings are discussed.
  • Uchida, Janice Y; Silva, James A; Kadooka, Chris Y (University of Hawaii, 2002-08)
    Causes of pocket rot and other fungal infections of taro corm are discussed. Careful attention to planting only disease-free huli (propagules) is emphasized.
  • Nelson, Scot; Schmitt, Donald; Smith, Virginia Easton (University of Hawaii, 2002-10)
    This publication combines handout materials developed for workshops for coffee growers.
  • Uchida, JY; Sipes, BS; Kadooka, CY (University of Hawaii, 2003-04)
    Radopholus similis is a serious pathogen affecting a wide range of plants grown in Hawaii. This publication is a thorough discussion of the problem and possibilities for its control.
  • Bushe, Brian C; Nishimima, Wayne T; Hara, Arnold H; Sato, Dwight M (University of Hawaii, 2004-04)
    Flower injury caused by diseases, insects, mites, slugs, and birds, and mechanical, physiological, and environmental factors are illustrated.
  • Sipes, Brent; Kuehnle, Adelheid; Lichty, Joanne; Sewake, Kelvin; Hara, Arnold (University of Hawaii, 2004-06)
    Control considerations when preparing a new planting or managing the pest in an established planting are discussed.
  • Nelson, Scot C (University of Hawaii, 2004-09)
    Noni fruit is important in traditional Hawaiian medicine. This recently noticed disease that kills the tree's foliage is described, and management options are suggested.
  • Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 2005-07)
    Problems with kava production in Hawaii include kava dieback viral disease, Pythium root rot, root-knot nematode, Phoma shot hole, melon aphids, node rot, weeds, and various other pests are described. Recommended IPM and ...
  • Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 2005-07)
    Identification, prevention, and control of this nematode pest on noni, an important Hawaiian medicinal plant, are discussed.
  • Nelson, Scot (University of Hawaii, 2005-07)
    Good field sanitation, pruning to encourage ventilation, and use of copper fungicides or other registered products are advised to control this rot.

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