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The Taro Tattler, Volume 4, No.2 - 1992
|dc.description||Information Sheet for the Growers, Shippers, Processors of Chinese, Poi, Dasheen and Samoan Taros from Hawaii|
|dc.description.abstract||As summer is upon us, we thought it was a good time to do a little story-folder cleaning. In this issue we would like to let you know who else is growing and eating taro and what kind of foods they are making. We'd also like to get you more acquainted with some of the research that is going on, on behalf of the taro industry. Our thanks go out to those readers who have given us some positive feedback about the Tattler. At the same time, we welcome a number of new readers. We'd also like to say Aloha to our new taro farmers out there-the tradition does live on! Ramon de la Pena and LaFrance Kapaka of Kauai report that 21 "new" taro farmers graduated from their taro production course on August 1st! Congratulations to all!|
|dc.publisher||College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, University of Hawaii|
|dc.title||The Taro Tattler, Volume 4, No.2 - 1992|
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