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Commercial Vegetable Production in Hawaii
|Title:||Commercial Vegetable Production in Hawaii|
|Issue Date:||Jun 1932|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Krauss FG. 1932. Commercial vegetable production in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Agricultural Extension Service, University of Hawaii. 150 p. (Extension Bulletin; EB-16)|
|Series/Report no.:||Extension Bulletin|
|Abstract:||The bulletin provided extensive information on establishing and running a commercial truck farm in Hawaii, from acquiring seeds to establishing, maintaining, and protecting the crop, to preparing produce for market. Detailed descriptions of individual crops were given. This information has its place in a theme of the Extension Service, namely to promote agricultural diversification and substitute locally grown produce for imports. The author believed that Hawaii could produce profitably at least 50 percent of the vegetables then imported.|
|Appears in Collections:||Extension Bulletin, 1929 - 1964|
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