CTAHR

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CTAHRCollege of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
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Ania Wieczorek, an assistant professor in biotechnology at CTAHR, notes that all agricultural products have risks.
A popular method of pruning in Kona, called Beaumont-Fukunaga technique, was developed in part by Edward Fukanaga, superintendent of CTAHR's Kona Research Station in the mid-20th century.
What direct impact does federal funding have on the CTAHR?
What are the types of grant-funded programs the CTAHR has added during your tenure?
David Christopher, a molecular biologist with the University of Hawaii's College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), found tire gene on the pineapple genome that governs root development.
Robert Paull, chair of the Department of Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences at CTAHR, is looking at ways to alter pineapple genes to suppress spontaneous flowering, while leaving the plant open to induced flowering from the spray.
For sure, Hashimoto and his troops at CTAHR will need all the help they can get from the state and others to make their ambitious goal a reality and convert ag from a sector in transition into a much-needed economic dynamo in Hawaii.
As a result, aquaculture programs are scattered around UH, with some concentration in the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR) and School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST).
Brent Buckley, beef cattle specialist at the University of Hawaii's College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), only 5 percent to 6 percent of the islands' 20,000 to 30,000 head of cattle remain in the state as a finished product.
(3.) For 1998-1999, UH CTAHR estimate, agricultural, Marine only (excludes medical).
UH College of Tropical Agriculture & Human Resources (CTAHR) key player in ag biotech, and recent reorganization could boost State's infant biotech industry in many ways.