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Industry Analysis: Identifying Research and Extension Priorities for Hawai'i's Avocado, Banana, Citrus, and Specialty Fruits

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Title:Industry Analysis: Identifying Research and Extension Priorities for Hawai'i's Avocado, Banana, Citrus, and Specialty Fruits
Authors:Nagao, Mike
Keywords:Persea americana
Citrus
Musa
tropical and subtropical fruits
Date Issued:Jan 2009
Publisher:University of Hawaii
Citation:Nagao M. 2009. Industry analysis: Identifying research and extension priorities for Hawaii's avocado, banana, citrus, and specialty fruits. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 14 p. (Economic Impacts; EI-17).
Series:17
Economic Impacts
Abstract:Hawai‘i has the potential to be a major supplier of specialty fruits. To achieve this potential, a consistent supply, reliable production methods, and postharvest management practices are of paramount importance. This industry analysis focuses on setting research and extension priorities for specialty fruits management, production, handling, and marketing.
Pages/Duration:14 pages
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/10125/12202
Appears in Collections: Economic Issues, 1997 - present


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