Taro Industry Analysis Number 4; Submitted to the Governor's Agriculture Coordinating Committee

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1990-08
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Hollyer, J.R.
de la Pena, R.S.
Rohrbach, K.G.
LeBeck, L.M.
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University of Hawaii
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The analysis examined the state of the Hawaii taro industry, including its history, the current market in Hawaii and in North America, and its current status and potential. Action plans addressed industry bottlenecks, indicated the impacts on the industry if a bottleneck were or were not eliminated, and identified the action(s) required and the agency (or agencies) responsible for eliminating the bottleneck. Participants in the analysis, including university and state agency personnel, taro growers, poi millers, and marketers, prioritized the bottlenecks so that the Governor's Agriculture Coordinating Committee could decide how best to direct available funds.
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taro, Colocasia esculenta, agricultural industry, Hawaii
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Hollyer JR, de la Pena RS, Rohrbach KG, LeBeck LM (editors). 1990. Taro Industry Analysis Number 4; Submitted to the Governor's Agriculture Coordinating Committee. 49 p.
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49 pages
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