Breeding Dendrobium Orchids in Hawaii
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176pp. September 1999
Breeding Dendrobium Orchids in Hawaii
Author: Kamemoto, Haruyuki; Amore, Teresita D.; Kuehnle, Adelheid R.;
Dendrobium orchids have been among Hawaii's most popular plants since Dendrobium anosmum, with its hanging pseudobulbs and delightfully fragrant flowers, was introduced from the Philippines in 1896. Four decades later the Islands' first
"Should be in the library of every serious orchid breeder, orchid judge, and commercial orchid grower.... This formidable volume will serve as an important reference in the future." --Orchids: The Magazine of the American Orchid Society
Author: Kamemoto, Haruyuki; Amore, Teresita D.; Kuehnle, Adelheid R.;
Haruyuki Kamemoto initiated the research program on dendrobiums at the University of Hawai'i in 1950. His research has continued for nearly five decades, resulting in the naming and release of numerous cut-flowers and potted plant cultiva



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