What Makes a Good Avocado Cultivar Good?

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1999-03
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Evans, Dale
Hamilton, Richard A.
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University of Hawai'i
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This publication is about the factors considered when selecting avocado cultivars in Hawaii.
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This information on avocado cultivars is based primarily on the observations of Richard A. Hamilton, emeritus professor of horticulture, as interpreted by Dale Evans, CTAHR Publications and Information Office. Work on this publication was initiated under a grant from the Governor’s Agriculture Coordinating Committee to C. L. Chia, Dept. of Horticulture. Examples of cultivar differences due to elevation are the observations of Edward T. Fukunaga, former Extension Agent, UH Cooperative Extension Service.
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avocados, cultivars, Hawaii, Persea americana, selection criteria, fruit crops
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Evans D, Hamilton RA. 1999.What makes a good avocado cultivar good ?. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 7 p. (Fruits and Nuts; FN-1)
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7 pages
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