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  • Kuehnle, A.R.; Amore, T.D.; Kamemoto, H.; Kunisaki, J.T.; Lichty, J.S.; Uchida, J.Y. (University of Hawaii, 2002-06)
    Characteristics including annual flower yield of the cultivar release are given.
  • Giardina, Christian P.; Litton, Creighton M.; Crow, Susan E.; Asner, Gregory P. (Nature Climate Change, 2014-07-20)
    The universally observed exponential increase in soil-surface CO2 efflux (‘soil respiration’; FS) with increasing temperature has led to speculation that global warming will accelerate soil-organic-carbon (SOC) decomposition, ...
  • Fox, Robert L.; Green, Richard E. (University of Hawaii, 1980)
    Soil water movement dynamics relative to soil properties is briefly outlined, and its relationship to movement of salts is discussed.
  • Hensley, David; Deputy, James; Tavares, James (University of Hawaii, 1999-05)
    Optimizing soil pH and nutrient levels are the primary objectives of soil management for turf areas. The various inorganic and organic nitrogen sources are described.
  • Meade, Ginny; Hensley, David L. (University of Hawaii, 1997-09)
    A brief guide to how, how much, how often, and when to apply water to trees in the landscape.
  • McCall, Wade W. (University of Hawaii, 1980-06)
    Roses are thirsty plants. They will perform vigorously only when their roots are supplied with adequate moisture. Although rose roots should be kept moist, the soil around them should not be saturated. Saturation excludes ...
  • Castro, Luisa F. (University of Hawaii, 2005-08)
    Although slow to establish and unsuited to high-traffic areas such as athletic fields, zoysiagrasses are widely popular in Hawaii. Cultivars, establishment, and maintenance are described.
  • Hartmann, R.W. (University of Hawaii, 1968-07)
    Watermelon trials were planted in 1964, 1965, and 1966 for the purpose of testing Fusarium-resistant cultivars under Hawaiian conditions.
  • Penn, David C. (University of Hawaii, 1993-01)
    Taro is a spiritual and nutritional center of Hawaiian culture, and the future of sustainable taro culture in Hawai 'i depends upon water. Water needs for expanded wetland and dryland field systems can be filled if physical ...
  • Robotham, Michael; Evensen, Carl; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    This is an introductory guide to assessing relevance of publications in the HAPPI-Farm series to particular pollution risks associated with agricultural activities.
  • Robotham, Michael; Evensen, Carl; Cox, Linda J. (University of Hawaii, 2000-12)
    General types of water pollution are described, and a key to making relevant selections among the HAPPI-Home series of publications is given.
  • Lind, Helen Yonge; Bartow, Mary L.; Miller, Carey D. (University of Hawaii, 1946-02)
    Information on vegetables included description and supply, nutritive value, selection, storage, preparation, amount to buy, and recipes. In addition to the types common elsewhere, various kinds of taro were included.
  • Leung, PingSun; Smith, Burton J. (University of Hawaii, 1983-05)
    A computer program was developed to facilitate evaluation of the five marketing alternatives that ranchers in Hawaii face with their weaned calves, including sale, placement in feedyard, pasture then place in feedyard, ...
  • (Land Grant Institutions of the Pacific and ADAP Project, 1996-12)
    This publication contains the names, addresses, and contact numbers of those individuals who participated in, facilitated during, and contributed to the past two training conferences. This document is intended to serve as ...
  • Wedelia 
    Hensley, David (University of Hawaii, 1997-06)
    Information sheet on using wedelia (Wedelia trilobata) in landscapes.
  • Deputy, Jay; DeFrank, Joe (University of Hawaii, 2001-02)
    Weed management in landscapes can be complex. It helps to design and prepare plantings with weed control in mind. Mulches, weed barriers, and herbicide options are discussed.
  • Ching, Chauncey T.K. (University of Hawaii, 1990-01)
  • Halloran, John M.; Kuehnle, Adelheid R. (University of Hawaii, 1998-09)
    A survey revealed that florists' tastes in anthurium characteristics suggested new directions for breeding efforts, such as including upright heart shapes (similar to Dutch varieties) or introducing scent.
  • Kuehnle, A.R.; Amore, T.D.; Mersino, E.; Sewake, K.; Wagoner, T. (University of Hawaii, 2003-07)
    A survey to inform the University of Hawai‘i dendrobium breeding program revealed that varietal improvement for the mass market should focus on compact growth (less than 3 feet overall plant height, or 2 feet pseudobulb ...
  • Philipp, Perry F. (University of Hawaii, 1961-06-01)
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