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Research Extension Series, 1980 - 1997


The publications in this collection represent the historical publishing record of the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) and do not necessarily reflect current scientific knowledge or recommendations. Current information available from CTAHR may be found at

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  • Roecklein, John C.; Leung, PingSun; Malone, John W Jr. (University of Hawaii, 1985-12)
    In this abstracted bibliography the authors commented on 63 references related to selecting new crops.
  • Higaki, Tadashi; Lichty, Joanne S.; Moniz, Darlene (University of Hawaii, 1995-05)
    The anthurium, Anthurium andraeanum Andre, a native of Colombia, was first brought to Hawai'i from London in 1889 by S. M. Damon. Today, after over 100 years of cultivation and hybridization, the Hawaiian anthurium is one ...
  • Uchida, Janice (University of Hawaii, 1995-03)
    This paper identifies common bacterial disease symptoms on Dendrobium; discusses methods by which pathogenic bacteria feed and survive; and addresses disease control methods.
  • Hamilton, R.A.; Chia, C.L.; Ito, P.J. (University of Hawaii, 1985-03)
    Citrus fruits have been grown in Hawaii since 1792, when seeds of the so-called Hawaiian orange were introduced from Capetown, South Africa, by Captain George Vancouver. In the past, very little attention was paid to ...
  • Reimer, D.; Nolan, J C Jr.; Campbell, C.M. (University of Hawaii, 1983-05)
    The study evaluated the influence of breed of sire, breed of dam, year age of dam, heterosis, and crossbreeding effects on preweaning performance of calves sired by Angus, Hereford, and Charolais bulls and out of Angus and ...
  • Reimer, D.; Kaluba, E.M.; Nolan, J C Jr.; Campbell, C.M. (University of Hawaii, 1985-09)
    The purpose of this study was to evaluate the influence of breed of sire, breed of dam, year of birth, sex of calf, age of dam, heterosis, and crossbreeding effects on preweaning performance of calves sired by Angus, ...
  • Reimer, D.; Nolan, J C Jr.; Campbell, C.M. (University of Hawaii, 1987-07)
    The primary objective of this study was to compare preweaning performance of calves produced under Hawaiian range conditions by five different mating systems: straightbreeding, backcrossing, two-breed crossing, three-breed ...
  • Goff, M Lee (University of Hawaii, 1987-02)
    Records are given for 466 species of Acari (mites) representing 104 families and five suborders. For each taxon, distribution within the Hawaiian Islands, hosts or associations, and literature citations are given.
  • Roberts, Darrell L. (University of Hawaii, 1988-07)
    The chain saw is one of the most useful and timesaving power tools ever made. It is also one of the most dangerous. A chain saw should be picked for the main cutting jobs it is to do. Since the bar saw is the type best ...
  • Bittenbender, H.C.; Hirae, Howard H. (University of Hawaii, 1990)
    Growers at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Hawaii Macadamia Nut Association were surveyed on their common macadamia problems, both minor and major, that new growers should know about. The problems identified by growers are ...
  • Evans, Dale O.; Joy, Robert J.; Chia, C.L. (University of Hawaii, 1988-08)
    The most appropriate cover crop species and practices differ depending on the orchard site, type of tree crop, and stage of orchard development. Success with cover crops depends on proper selection of plant species and on ...
  • Sewake, Kelvin T.; Uchida, Janice Y. (University of Hawaii, 1995-04)
    This publication is designed as a guide for quick identification of heliconia diseases found in Hawaii for heliconia farmers and other agricultural professionals.
  • Thomassin, Paul; Leung, PingSun; Wang, Jaw-Kai (University of Hawaii, 1985-11)
    This study was conducted to determine the economic feasibility of growing taro in rotation with field corn for dairy silage during the wet months of the year on the island of Kauai, Hawaii. It was found that it would be ...
  • Leung, PingSun; Smith, Burton J. (University of Hawaii, 1984-07)
    The purpose of this study is to analyze the profitability of changing from the conventional grazing method to intensive grazing of the stocker steer enterprise on a grazing cell at Kahua Ranch.
  • Yost, Russell; Uehara, Goro; Wade, Michael; Sudjadi, M.; Widjaja-adhi, I.P.G.; Zhi-Cheng, Li (University of Hawaii, 1988-03)
    Expert systems are computer software systems designed to simulate accumulated experience of human experts in making recommendations. This paper presents a prototype expert system for making lime recommendations in the humid ...
  • Valenzuela, Hector R.; Hamasaki, Randall T.; Fukuda, Steven K. (University of Hawaii, 1994-10)
    This publication discusses cucumber cultivar selection for Hawaii, nutrient deficiencies and fertilzation practices, management practices including trellising, pest and disease control, and harvest and post-harvest practices.
  • Valenzuela, Hector; Hamasaki, Randall T.; Hori, Ted M. (University of Hawaii, 1993-03)
    This publication discusses cultivar selection, fertilizer recommendations, culture and management practices, pests, and harvest and post-harvest practices for tomatoes in Hawaii.
  • Wenkam, Nao S. (University of Hawaii, 1990-10)
    This publication is part of a series designed to revise and expand information on nutritive value and related data on foods of consequence to Hawaii and the Pacific Basin. The data are organized to accomplish the following: ...
  • Wenkam, Nao S. (University of Hawaii, 1986-10)
    Many foods that are sold in packages or containers supply nutrition information, but others such as fresh produce generally do not. The purpose of this publication is to bridge this gap by making available nutrition ...
  • Wenkam, Nao S. (University of Hawaii, 1983-06)
    Data on moisture, protein, fats, fiber, minerals, and vitamins were presented. Both common and unusual vegetables consumed in Hawaii were included.

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