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Title:   Hawaii; Its Agricultural Possibilities
Author:   Wilcox, Earley Vernon, B. 1869, Hawaii. Board of Commissioners of the Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition
Publisher:   Honolulu Bulletin Press
Language:   English
Date:   1909
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Hawaii, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000771689
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...UC-NRLF $B 3DM T7D IT5A»™ „ HAWAII Its Agricultural Possibilities By E. V. yyiLCox Special Agent In Cha... ...II Its Agricultural Possibilities By E. V. yyiLCox Special Agent In Charge Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS... ...periment Station ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII OF THE ALASKA- YUKON PACIFIC EXPOSITION A. F. KNUDdEN, CHAinMAN W.H,... ...nt AND Disbursing Opficcr HONOLULU, MAY 1909 Urj CONTENTS The climate of Hawaii 5 Soils 6 Unlimited variety of crops 8 Sugar 10 Riee 11 Sisal 13 Rub... ...her vegetables 32 Silk . 32 Bees 33 Forage plants .' 33 Live stock 36 What Hawaii offers to the mainland farmer 39 Public Lands • 40 COCOANUT GROVE... ... mainland farmer 39 Public Lands • 40 COCOANUT GROVE. THE CLIMATE OF HAWAII One of the important factors in the agriculture of any country, is t... ...actors in the agriculture of any country, is the climate. In this respect, Hawaii is very >favorably situated, being favored with perhaps, as nearly a... ... temperature is by no means high. A temperature of 90° F. is very high for Hawaii. In Honolulu, for example, the maximum temperature for the past fift... ...ccasional "Kona," or southwest storms. The winds are ordinarily light, and Hawaii is never visited by the fierce hurricanes of most tropical countries...
 
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Title:   The New England farmer; Volume: 12 1860
Author:  
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Nourse
Volume:  Volume: 12 1860
Language:   English
Date:   1848
Subjects:   Agriculture -- New England PeriodicalsFarms.
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002222505
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...For ihe Netc England Farmer. LETTER FKOM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. Makawao Maui, Hawaiian Islands, ) December 27, ISOO. \ Messrs. Editoks :— Gentlemen,—I ... ...a- graphs, I promised you something touclung Pele, the once famed goddess of Hawaii, and of her recent doings. Glad am I to say that I have quite rece... ...Avaters ofthe Pacific. I think that I can say something of what I saw on old Hawaii which will interest our friends, the farmers, and others who read ... ...ill interest our friends, the farmers, and others who read your periodicals. Hawaii is the largest island of the group from which it receives its name... ...vegeta- tion. True, there are forests at the base and along the sides of the Hawaiian mountains, but the up- per parts of them are nothing but lava, a... ... in liehalf of the Mission a health station. Then all was primitive — purely Hawaiian. Now, there is a pleasant meeting- house, two or three stores, a... ...isiting the harbor. I did not see that increase of industry among the native Hawaiians that I desired to witness. There was some improvement in their ... ...e south- ern district of the island by way of Kilanea, the active volcano of Hawaii. The distance from Hi- lo to Kilanea, the volcano, is about 38 mil... ...n which grew ohelo bushes, a species of whortleberries which, in the days of Hawaiian superstition, fur- nished offerings to Pele, the goddess of the ...
 
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Title:   The New England farmer; Volume: 11 1859
Author:  
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Nourse
Volume:  Volume: 11 1859
Language:   English
Date:   1848
Subjects:   Agriculture -- New England PeriodicalsFarms.
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002222504
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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... England Farmer. THANKSGIVING DAY AT THE SAND- WICH ISLANDS. Masawao Maui, Hawaiian Islands, ) * December SO, 1S6S. \ Editors Farmer : — Gentlemen,—Re... ...nce, will remind them of scenes in which they all delight to participate. "Hawaiian Thanksgiving !" do I hear you ex- claim ? with the remark, "You ca... ... I have supposed you might employ when hearing that the king and chiefs of Hawaii are so far adopt- ing the customs ofNew England, as to appoint a day... ...than one gentleman from en- lightened lands when dining with the chiefs of Hawaii, have eaten with a gusto from a creature whose vernacular was bow-wo... ...e means of living so that to-day, Ave can have a Thankgiving supper purely Hawaiian, composed of the following dishes, viz.: Baked beef and j lamb, bo... ...nd banana pies like- j wise. Butter and cheese, with fig, guava and iOhelo—Hawaiian whortleberry — preserves. Pia jor arrow-root puddings, Hawaiian co... ... is near its close. It has been, on tke whole, a year of prosperity to the Hawaiian na- tion. Health has prevailed as a general thing. Peace has bless... ...ness of God to us all. In addi- 1 tion to the products of the earth purely Hawaiian, ' there have been sown and reaped a larger num- ber ofacres ofwhe... ...ave long been so,' also guavas and custard apple. I have not a' doubt that Hawaii will become famous as a fruit- : growing country. In this prospect I...
 
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Title:   The New England farmer; Volume: 5 1853
Author:  
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Nourse
Volume:  Volume: 5 1853
Language:   English
Date:   1848
Subjects:   Agriculture -- New England PeriodicalsFarms.
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002222498
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... State Board of, 19, 51, 91, 116, 2S4 ; a chemical art, 45 ; German, 304 ; Hawaiian, 307, 313; in New Hampshire, 367 ; in France, 388 ; wants of, 394 ... ..., 1853. a. s. k. 1853. NEW ENGLAND FARMER. 307 For theNew England Farmer. HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURE. Makawao, Maui 1./.nd Islands, ? March 28lh, 1853. > G... ... often. As it is, the thing is dangerous. Still there is hope in regard to Hawaiian agriculture. We have a committee on "worms and other injurious ver... ... suffering, because scarcely.no one is willing to cultivate the earth. The Hawaiian fields might "laugh with abundance ;" but instead of this, they ar... ... hope for better times, and that I may do something to usher in the day of Hawaiian agri- culture. I am laboring both by precept and ex ample, to make... ... interesting to him in his extensive field of practice and obser- vation ? HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURE. The reader will find an interesting letter in an- oth... ...11 Stale Pauper Farm 311 Cirrnlalidn of Sap—Vegetible Economy—Orchards 312 Hawaiian Agriculture—Chapter for Nice Old Farmers 313 Cruelty to Animals—Gr... ...ER. AXJG. A careful attention to the reason of things, a rain, affiict the Hawaiian as well as the New Eng constant endeavor to understand as far as m... ...l copies ofThe Poly- NEsiAX, one of which contains the report of the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society, at Hono- lulu. The society appears to be in ...
 
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Title:   The New England farmer; Volume: 14 1862
Author:  
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Nourse
Volume:  Volume: 14 1862
Language:   English
Date:   1848
Subjects:   Agriculture -- New England PeriodicalsFarms.
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002222507
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
 
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...n, 379 ; reading about, 414 ; knowledge of, 416; importance of, 428 ; in the Hawaiian Islands, 435, 443; exhibitions for 1862, 437 ; progress of, in U... ...hom our readers v^iU. remember as the writer of several the Fanner, says the Hawaiian fields might "laugh articles on Hawaiian agriculture, published ... ...year-old dap- ple grey colt. For the New England Farmer. AGKICTTLTUBE IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Makawao, MAni, Hawaiian Islands, \ May 16, 1862. \ My D... ... surplus was sold at so low a price, that our 436 NEW ENGLAND FARMER. Sept. Hawaiian farmersweremuch discouraged. In con- sequence, much less was sow... ... :NEW ENGLAND FAUMER. 443 Fijr tie New England Farmer. AGKICULTTTKE IINT THE HAWAIIAN" ISLANDS. Makawao, Maui Hawaiian Islands, j May 27, 1S02. j My D... ...It is not certain that the raising of rice will be as jirofitable for native Hawaiians as the kalo, but foreigners are confi- dent that it will be i)r... ... our country, and thus bless others while securing benefit to ourselves. The Hawaiian Legislature, now in session, will do something, I hope, to encou... ...eal of it is gath- ered in my neighborhood, and large quantities, I hear, on Hawaii. It is light work, can be gath- ered by women and children. The na... ...rice-growing, of cotton, if any, and of the amount of fungus gathered by our Hawaiian people. In the meantime, let us pray for the speedy fulfilment o...
 
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Title:   The New England farmer; Volume: 4 1852
Author:  
Publisher:   Boston, M.A.; J. Nourse
Volume:  Volume: 4 1852
Language:   English
Date:   1848
Subjects:   Agriculture -- New England PeriodicalsFarms.
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002222497
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...acre, 240 ; cutting and curing, 328; its composition. 369 ; salt for ... . Hawaiian agriculture Hemlock Page 97 205 371 241 Hedges, remarks on, 108 ; ... ... not expect to hear of gold could you now stand on one of the mountains of Hawaii, and see, as you day, the 12th, at 96°, and the 13th at 97 l <_ i<i,... ...its course toward the sea, everything in its way. Let me tell you what the Hawaiian Islands are made of; 2d, what they are producing; and 3d, what the... ...sional eruptions of awful grandeur. Such is the character, not only of the Hawaiian Islands, but of many groups of islands in the Pacific Ocean. From ... ...mited extent." There can be little doubt, if any, that all the soil of the Hawaiian Islands is decomposed lava. This is in different stages of decompo... ...,and did weknow exactly when to plant it. Of fruits there are the Ohio, or Hawaiian apple, a rather insipid, but juicy and cooling fruit ; the fig, gr... ...n the 6th of October. 452 NEW ENGLAND FARMER. For the New England Farmer. HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURE. [The following interestingcommunication is from the p... ... the isles of the Pacific, as ap- pears by the " Transactions of the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society" for 1850 and 1851, which have recently been ... ...d, and Wm. L. Lee. The latter is Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands, and was from western New York, but received his professio...
 
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Title:   Pamphlets on Agriculture in Guam
Author:  
Publisher:  
Language:   English
Date:   1905
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Guam, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001134101
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...tml). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved W... ...87, 1894, and 1890, Upolu and Tutuila of the Samoan group, and Oahu of the Hawaiian group; and from August, 1899, to August, 190»», he acted as assist... ... their common names not only in Guam but in the Philippine Islands, Samoa, Hawaii, and Porto Rico. The method of cultivating and propagating the more ... ...lies is evident, forming, as it does, a stopping place for vessels between Hawaii and the Philippines. Its strategic importance has been greatly enhan... ...ntaining, as far as is known, the tirst indication of the existence of the Hawaiian Islands/' Anson had been sent from Eno'land in 1740 to annoy the S... ...iption of Agana as it was in 1872, six years before the rediscovery of the Hawaiian Islands by Cap- tain Cook. He gives the population as about 1,500 ... ...is efforts to encourage commerce, so that Guam may derive profit, like the Hawaiian Islands, from the visiting whalers; the vaccination of the natives... ...romatic fragrance of the "maile" {^Gynopogon olivaefoTinis) so dear to the Hawaiians. FORESTS. The forest vegetation of Guam (Fl. II) consists almost ... ...ifa, Lycopodium cernuimi (PI. V), (the waivae iole^ or "rats- foot" of the Hawaiians), and the little golden star grass Ilypoxis aurea. The only tree ...
 
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Title:   The Junior Agriculturist ; Volume 6:3 (Feb.-March 1918)
Author:   California Agricultural Experiment Station
Publisher:   Berkeley, C.A.; University of California, College of Agriculture. Agriculture Experiment Station
Volume:  Vol. 6:3 (Feb.-March 1918)
Language:   English
Date:   1952
Subjects:   Agriculture -- California, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000905345
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Title:   The Junior Agriculturist ; Volume 5:3(Jan1917)
Author:   California Agricultural Experiment Station
Publisher:   Berkeley, C.A.; University of California, College of Agriculture. Agriculture Experiment Station
Volume:  Vol. 5:3(Jan1917)
Language:   English
Date:   1952
Subjects:   Agriculture -- California, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000905344
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Title:   Introduction to the Teaching of Elementary Agriculture, September, 1912
Author:   New Jersey. Department of Public Instruction
Publisher:   Trenton
Language:   English
Date:   1912
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Study and Teaching, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000870036
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Title:   In Public High Schools Should Agriculture Be Taught as Agriculture or as Applied Science
Author:   Hart, William R., B. 1853; Warren, George F., George Frederick, 1874-1938
Publisher:  
Language:   English
Date:  
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Study and Teaching, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000870035
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Title:   The Journal of the Board of Commissioners of Agriculture ; Volume 1-2 1917-1918
Author:   Puerto Rico. Board of Commissioners of Agriculture
Publisher:   San Juan: Board of Commissioners of Agriculture
Volume:  Vol. 1-2 1917-1918
Language:   English
Date:   1917
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Puerto Rico, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000901268
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....html). World Public Library Association P.O. Box 22687 Honolulu, Hawaii 96823 info@WorldLibrary.net Copyright © 20, All Rights Reserved... ...n fungus producing these black eruptions on cane throughout the West Indies, Hawaii, Mauritius, Natal, Aus- tralia, and other places appears to be one... ... as yet known to cause serious damage. Gnomonia iliau.—This fungus occurs in Hawaii and in Louisiana. The perfect or Gnomonia stage might at a casual ... ... Xew South Wales.—Cobb (4) reported Strumella sacchari as oc- curring there. Hawaii.—Perkins (30) in 1904 stated that "nearly a year ago, * * * an unu... ...ardo.) Melanconium iliau Lyon described in a Study of Iliau by H. L. Lyon in Hawaiian Sugar Planters ' Eeeord and by Edgerton. This funguis is so desc... ...nd Demerara; in Natal, ^Mauritius, British India, Java ( ?) , Australia, and Hawaii. 5. The fungus is what is known as a wound parasite, i. e., capa- ... ...a. Agric. Expt. Sta., July, 1910, p. 16. 12. Edgerton, C. W.—The Stem Rot or Hawaiian ''Iliau' ' Dis- ease of Sugar Cane. Phytopathology, Vol. Ill, No... ... 7, Haw. Sugar Planters' Asso., 1907. 25. Lyon, H. L.^—A Study of Iliau. The Hawaiian Planters' Record, Vol. Ill, No. 3, Sept., 1910, pp. 143-153. 26.... ...d in relation to the leaf-hopper pest, and to the stripping of the cane. The Hawaiian Forester and Agriculturist. Vol. I, No. 4, 1904, pp. 80-84. 31. ...
 
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Title:   Mexico's Grape Industry
Author:   L. P. Bill Emerson
Publisher:   United States Department of Agriculture
Language:   English
Date:   1977
Subjects:   Agriculture--Research., Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   Universal Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001018588
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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Title:   Middle Western Agricultural History as a Field of Research
Author:   Edwards, Everett Eugene, 1900
Publisher:  
Language:   English
Date:   1937
Subjects:   Agriculture -- Middle West History, Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001011581
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Title:   Shipping Points Markets for Flowers
Author:   U.S. Department of Agriculture
Publisher:   United States Department of Agriculture
Language:   English
Date:   1972
Subjects:   Agriculture, Farms., Land use.
Collections:   Universal Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001269474
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...areas. Foreign market areas were not mentioned by California respondents, but Hawaii and Alaska were specified as markets for each of tile five flowe...
 
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Title:   Outline of an Agricultural Plan for an Average Province
Author:   India. Department of Agriculture
Publisher:   Jaipur; Press of Government Press
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   Agricultural development projects -- India, Agriculture -- India, Farms.
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001096590
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Title:   Methods and Costs for the Warehouse Assembly of Grocery Orders for Small Stores
Author:   Errol R. Bragg; Jack L. Runyan; John C. Bouma
Publisher:   United States Department of Agriculture
Language:   English
Date:   1975
Subjects:   Agriculture--Research., Agriculture, Farms.
Collections:   Universal Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001011966
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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