Mango Culture In Hawaii

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Bulletin University Of Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station

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Cis Index To U S Executive Branch Documents 1910 1932

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Marketing Research Report

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Mango Cultivation

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With reference to India; contributed articles.

Hawaii S Crop Parade

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Fruits Of Hawaii

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Tropical Fruits

Author: Henry Y. Nakasone
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A wide variety of fruits is grown in the tropics, under a range of climatic conditions and soil types. Some have been widely used both within the tropics and also exported to temperate countries for many years, whereas others are currently grown almost exclusively for local or regional use. However, consumer demands and improvements in postharvest treatment have meant that the number of species available in temperate markets is increasing. This book provides a broad survey of all aspects of tropical fruit production and usage. It begins by defining the climate and soils of the tropics and outlining the general principles of cultivation and postharvest handling. Each type of fruit is then examined in terms of botany, origin and distribution, ecology, genetics and cultivar development, culturing practices, pests and diseases, harvest and postharvest handling and utilization. Finally, fruits which have potential for future development are considered. The book is essential reading for students and professionals in horticulture, agronomy and food science.

All About Hawaii

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Philippine Geographical Journal

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Horticultural Advance

Author: Sahāranpur (India). Horticultural Research Institute
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Research Bulletin

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Agricultural Extension Circular

Author: University of Hawaii (Honolulu). Cooperative Extension Service
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Proceedings Of The Hawaiian Entomological Society

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Publications

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Bulletin

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Research Report

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Annual Report Of The Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station

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Report Of The Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station

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Mango Lady Other Stories From Hawaii

Author: Ted Gugelyk
Editor: First Edition Design Pub.
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Mango Lady & Other Stories from Hawaii takes the reader on a journey not unlike a long ride across the face of a giant wave, full of unexpected turns and surprises, weaving together memories, fantasies, and personalities that stretch from long ago Hawaii to modern day Vietnam. Through all of them is the connecting spirit of the Islands, its special mana, its people, its surf, bringing times past into the present in a special, intimate way. There is Mango Lady, who lived in Waikiki since childhood, watching her ancient preoccupations become irrelevant in the new bustle of development. There is The Man to Whom Surf Cam, the tale of a magical Urban who never failed to attract surf. There is A November Surfer, an adventure of a senior surfer at remote Rabbit Island. There is Hard Port, an intriguing pulling together of Hawaii and Russia, when a longtime surfer visits Nakhodka in the Russian Far East, the land of his ancestors. Finally, there is the flamboyant and unsettling Captain Aloha, a tale of two old surfing friends from Hawaii and the horrors of the war in Vietnam, a unique portrait of psychology and culture, of friendship and passing time."