HAWAII GINGER ROOT

Hawaii’s ginger root farmers harvested 4.3 million pounds during the 2005-2006 season, down 16 percent from the 2004-2005 season and the smallest crop since the 1981-1982 harvest. The average farm price is estimated at 70.0 cents per pound during the 2005-2006 season, down 13 percent from the previous season?s farm price of 80.0 cents...

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Hawaiian ‘Awa–Views of an Ethnobotanical Treasure

Hawaiian ‘Awa Views of an Ethnobotanical Treasure Edited by Ed Johnston and Helen Rogers. This is the definitive guide to the cultural-historical, ingredients, chemistry, cultivars, preparation, production and integrated pest management for ‘Awa (kava kava or Piper methysticum) has been published by the Association for Hawaiian ‘Ava. This is an indispensable resource to anyone...

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Lloyd Y Kimura, 96793 (watchdog.net)

  Lloyd Y Kimura from zip code 96793 Political contributions disclosed by campaign committees to the Federal Election Commission, sorted by name, zip code and employer. The data, from the FEC, covers the years 1979 through 2008. Candidates Lloyd Y Kimura $400 to Daniel Akaka, Daniel K Akaka For U S Senate on November...

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Hawaii’s ag-tourism valued at $33.9 million in 2003

Hawaii Agricultural StatisticsFact finding for agriculture HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREU.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE1428 S. KING STREETHONOLULU, HI 96814-2512(808) 973-9588FAX: (808) 973-2909 Hawaii Ag-Tourism Released: October 18, 2004 Hawaii’s ag-tourism valued at $33.9 million in 2003 The value of Hawaii’s ag-tourism related activities (see definition below) is pegged at $33.9 million for 2003, up 30...

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Fiji Times–New hope for kava industry

AS pressure mounts on European and other countries to lift the ban placed on kava imports, the experts and producers of kava around the Pacific are joining forces to publicise the benefits of this age-old root plant to offset any negativity. Holding the helm of this counter-publicity drive in Fiji are the University of...

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Ethanol facility tax credit.

http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/hrscurrent/Vol04_Ch0201-0257/ HRS0235/HRS_0235-0110_0003.htm ?235-110.3 Ethanol facility tax credit. (a) Each year during the credit period, there shall be allowed to each taxpayer subject to the taxes imposed by this chapter, an ethanol facility tax credit that shall be applied to the taxpayer’s net income tax liability, if any, imposed by this chapter for the taxable...

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The Future of Hawaii’s commercial ‘Awa industry

STRATEGIES for saving Hawaii’s commercial kava industry 1) Promotion of Kava Put stories in the press about kava Participate in educational/tasting events, tell the kava story Hold annual kava festival 2) Increase public access to kava beverage Open more kava cafes- at least 6 in US (Honolulu, Hilo, Kona, Maui?, Eugene, OR, Baca Raton,...

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