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Citrus Fruits in Hawaii

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Title: Citrus Fruits in Hawaii
Authors: Higgins, J.E.
Keywords: Citrus
Citrus sinensis
fruit growing
Issue Date: 1905
Publisher: Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station
Citation: Higgins, JE. 1905. Citrus fruits in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station. 34 p. (Bulletin No. 9).
Series/Report no.: Bulletin
Abstract: "Citrus fruits were introduced into Hawaii more than a century ago... Oranges, lemons, limes, and pomelos have all found a congenial home in Hawaii. Indeed, the orange is sometimes thought of by the casual observer as being indigenous, so eminently suitable have the soil and climate proved to be." This publication covers all aspects of cultivation of oranges in Hawaii and briefly covers lemon, pomelo, and lime cultivation.
Pages/Duration: 31pages + 3 plates
Appears in Collections:Bulletin (Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station)

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