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Breadfruit Production Guide: Recommended practices for growing, harvesting, and handling Paperback – January 31, 2014
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About the Author
Craig Elevitch is director of the nonprofit educational organization Hawaii Homegrown Food Network, which promotes locally and sustainably grown food in Hawai'i. His internationally recognized publications have guided thousands of readers in becoming more proficient in ecological food production, agroforestry, and reforestation. He has coordinated numerous workshops and field days in sustainable agriculture, with over 3,000 farmers and resource professionals participating since 1993. He has authored numerous titles, including the popular Traditional Trees of Pacific Islands (2006) and Specialty Crops for Pacific Islands (2011). Dr. Diane Ragone was appointed Director of the Breadfruit Institute in 2003 and has worked at the National Tropical Botanical Garden since 1989. She is an authority on the conservation and use of breadfruit, conducting horticultural and ethnobotanical studies on this important Pacific staple crop for 30 years. Her extensive fieldwork on over 50 islands in Micronesia, Polynesia, and Melanesia enabled the NTBG to establish the world's largest collection of breadfruit at its Kahanu Garden in Hna, Maui. The Breadfruit Institute was created to promote the conservation and use of breadfruit for food and reforestation. Ian Cole is the Collection Manager/Curator for the Breadfruit Institute. He manages the breadfruit collections at Kahanu Garden in Hana, Maui and McBryde Garden in Lwai, Kauai and is responsible for horticultural care of 300 trees and more than 120 varieties of breadfruit. Ian worked with the Breadfruit Institute in varying capacities since 2005 including propagation and fruit evaluation studies. He is actively involved in programs to promote the farm-to-table use of breadfruit, organizing and participating in workshops and breadfruit harvesting, handling, and cooking demonstrations in numerous venues throughout Hawaii.