‘Egami’, a New Longan Cultivar from Hawaii

Date
2000-09
Authors
Ito, Phillip J.
Zee, Francis
Nagao, Mike
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University of Hawaii
Abstract
‘Egami’ is a very productive cultivar of longan (Dimocarpus longan (Lour.) Steud.). It was selected at CTAHR’s Kona Research Station and named in honor of Mr. Yosoto Egami, who was the station foreman for over 30 years. The selection is an open-pollinated seedling of unknown origin and formerly has been referred to as ‘Kona No. 1’, ‘Mauka’, and ‘Kainaliu’.
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cultivars, Dimocarpus longan, Hawaii, longans
Citation
Ito PJ, Zee F, Nagao M. 2000. ‘Egami’, a new longan cultivar from Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 1 p. (New Plants for Hawaii; NPH-5)
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