HONOLULU (KHNL) – Tears, victim testimony, and other drama. All for the sentencing of a mango thief. Honolulu prosecutors say the man should be sent to prison for trying to sell stolen fruit in Chinatown. Neal Bashford sits in court, sick and tired of being victimized. The owner of Mokuleia Farms on Oahu’s North...Continue reading
WASHINGTON: Three years after the Indian ” alphanso” landed in the US to the delight of diehard mango lovers, the popular ” chausa” variety from Pakistan has entered American markets this month, leading to cheers from the fruit’s fans. Traders involved in its import concede that this brings an element of competition between the...Continue reading
By Glenn I. Teves, County Extension Agent, UH College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources Mango is called the King of Fruits for good reason. Nothing could be better than an ice cold mango on a hot afternoon. Native to South and Southeast Asia, mango has been cultivated for over 4,000 years, and was...Continue reading
Disaster Preparedness How Prepared is Your Farming Operation? Maui Extension Office Monday, November 26, 2007 11 am ? 1:30 pm Natural disasters, such as droughts, floods, wild fires, hurricanes, pests, and diseases, can cause excessive economic damage to agricultural production. In addition to crop damage, disasters can also affect farm buildings, machinery, animals, irrigation,...Continue reading
Mango expansion eyed in Mindanao Sun.Star – Philippines WITH the addition of Guam and Hawaii as export destination for Philippine mangoes, the Department of Agriculture is targeting to open this year new …...