The macadamia nut in Hawaii

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Title:
The macadamia nut in Hawaii
Series Title:
Bulletin / Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station ;
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23 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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Pope, Willis T ( Willis Thomas ), b. 1873
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 23).
Statement of Responsibility:
by W.T. Pope.

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HISTORY
Te Macadamia-mut tree
Sot Wales, Australia. T
grw wild there. Certain
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hetrob was probabyfix
excellent descr1AiptAo
requirements, was publish" In
190 attention has boen gript- Wt
treand its culture haspra,
adto Hawaii (2, P. 69V81 ,
a.nmber of Mediterranea~n
Hwaii for the first time by the st
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hone in Wyllie Street, Ilonolulo, 444h
areiAM to befound. (Fig. .
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arrested in 1892, 1893, and 1894 f .$
othe Board of Agricu.1ture and -Voresry ow 4
et, a small planting of about hlfaH dozkL tre4
eeation of 1,000 feet along with, some wattla: anftd-,
TeMacadamia. trees did not fruit "Wabout .9W$4
o heir crowded condition, Threo of thosetri.0ar
Kwalo-uka, which had been set aside Uea ar
staion site b-y the Hawaiian Goverowtot And pe
frthe use of. the station 'in 1901. Three othrte
plating are to be found growing just WoreAshe liA
toral forest reserve. The boundary between aithe w
inaccurately determined af the time ot planting. Tli
by1910 to produce sufficient nuts to attract attention. TJ
An earlier- introduction of the Macadami, "is rop orto
(,p.;Uj8) to have been made by W. H. Pari~o
ku district', Hawaii, about 1881. From Mr.i% ls
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C, interior view of peianthB
spines. The flowers are cr~y wht sd .re
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nuts are more nearly spherical the urf ce
and in size they average a little sa 1 tha i
The Macadamia tree has: 'ius to .n* .....
of Australia it is well known s 1 ke
parts it is called the Australiair t:. It is kiw
in different localities in Aitrali ~?a.a
called the Macadamia. IWalter Hill, th.. fi
Botanical Gardens, is credited with wvz' .
studying the flora of the Moretona y itic'~
named Macadami ternifolia in honor a ofD ..r.ti..
dent of the Philosophical Society, Victori, vw
name temifolia has reference to the arrni$ gist:
whorls of three at each node. The genUs aIIee~dli" .
natural order Proteaceae, as do also the 1el-kt1tr..
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and are kept moist.. They requw"
and produce active leaves. In a
days the resultiAg seedlings.
trainers, or to 8-inch pots f. d
sterilized, soil. They may be %V
date of planting the seed with ~ .
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mit transplanting the seedlings to the or. ard.:
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be utilized at any time that their size an. tl ntW dt
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layering method of rooffer, plants
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flows, the nsuface -of w-hich,
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uprooted, but a's the result'of their rek h I
mediately above the spread of the root sh
wood and ba rk break under the hard' twsin esa
continued for several hours in a strong wid; and Alhlq
heartwood may still remain unbroken, te tree evout
and dies. Death is certan to occur when the tre igFI
even when it is'propped in place immediiately -after he
because the growing tissue surrounding the base of '44'
been ruptured beyond recovery..
Large, permanent windbreaks when necessary shou
on the windward side of. the orchard. 'Such r 1pY,
as Eucalyptus (E. robusta), mangoes (Mangifetk0 '
wood (Ua ntinar equisetifola&) might be, use d ibA "'
These may be set alternately in three'rows 10 1eeta
same distance apart in the row. The row nearestt
wind should consist of Eucalyptus trees which mak
growth; the central row should belmade- up of twq R-
Eucalyptus and grafted mango trees arranged ata
row. The mango has a dense and resistant top' and
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dulrilft the tt4usiti0ii
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"i CFO d44ustreft "6f th Temperate
the latter to trawfer from
WC4 the young Matadainis trees
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tvo*w can 'Ibo'xmved fivm the containers
*d trwisplanted without
'Pei &,trw may te set in the
may mpnthj, but, preferably it should be set in the
AwAftiv lure is lower and moisture
when Mat
"A" SeTarA ways Qf arranpW orchard trees in
IWPOIr of Oise are, the square, triawje hexag-
7, !Um' '*iuethods im, descriWd' in ppJar hor-
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for the dam,& The tram are
30 fftt, ac 'Wxy Oiitho squore. (Fig. 8.) This
'tot 'to acm The trees do best
either, Ouring the Utter A Of their
of the seeo d earl. holes for
fe4 aud z7ut dee Sur..,
*no ama and
40WO PO' awidied wifla welr='
shoutd.1be'plaftd Mi the bottom of the ho1w
Ulm' W" set* AA, 'Wh ure should be pressed in
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to br-e th tre A#
main branches and ao
the crown of the t AAk
should 'be placed over',
jured, at the point o
each to a strong stake 0
an angle toward thiiros
tree. One brace should",
and the others should b6e s4 .....
portion of a circle atout A
of this kind often malbUd ktain
until the- trunk has attainedP
resistant to unusualysrn


Thorough tlago la assential i n tha
tionl opens up the Coil, admitting more srtrs
tion and under raiage;l henc it makes sI*orql
for the o rchard trees. It U also suppreagas weod
utiizethe moisture and plant food nee~ded
amount of plant food. and moisture is rem edfo


Growing other marketable crops between theirfm
first few years is advisable in 1nost orehardU Ro
must not be planted so close to the tioes, as to,
development. Where the: conditions arm right, o
may be planted in the 30 foot sptce between LUC
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If the payas are set at the customary distance of
11 feet~of space remaining on each side will
orchard for several years. Such other crop9 A$
potatoes, string beans, peppers, squash, peanut, An41
be grown between the young tree rows.- At elbys
feet, the roselle, poha,. chayote, and Passifoir4'
be grown.
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bvuso for tb-roxpvaf of small
V*. V":1 qun4 whtvh
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hw9ft" kqwd boosmqoOwd olf with a
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elm ptag
wwntlft M*cadapia into a pprea *P
br'T W141W of Keal*eku&,.1
'by him a4d by Grant Bailey, manager of the
-1 't th early branches of the trees
to Town4arallv tothe fourth, fifth, or sixth
,axe' fiA, down to a horiziintal position
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stmt,kaaonw'd sUm "A to prevent Of, the
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19a~cadeamia trees h yoa b ki'e
fourth yea it isge
tralia, that Ae first a
with some tardy ece
twelfth year,, or e
these long dely g
edition. Th'a hearng11
many other, cultivot,
and bearing sao
bearing age usuMIl6l 4
crp appeaignA
member. The nut$,
mature. Usualyt
and matures in t, e
Ilengt~he nea in the year- aI


Hrvesting the erop is*-t!
fruit the outer covering 8pit
ground. At this time, they aro'
diate use, but they canbeet a ro
The gathered nuts should esrd
the sun., and, the, rain and given -proift i
insects and rats. Marketing shoruld *eo*--
weeks after gathering and shuld be e &
months. . Macadamia nuts, like most other tfopimllia
best flavor for a very, long Period un'lets the i
and, packed in: air-tigrht containers,


Few definite- records as to yields I, the MRcdudd
available. However, results of in-Vestigatiet nU* g
Hawaii, indicate that yields vary. greatyadhdte'
are due to both. seedling -variation and-envir~o)rets:
other nut and fruit crops,, theMab adamia mu4t tko06*itqi
to, make large yields.. Rumsey (16, p- 1 51&Erff
orchard at -Rous Mill, AustralTi a M'"nwich tha trees e
varying from 1 to. 3 tons, but fa-1ls to give theodaOtt
during or the area occupied -by the crap. 10is
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ire grading tor this ma'chine. It

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an mOveA4&%tion, of the Maesda-
visited a large portion of the
b4h in the forest fund in cultivation.
vtr"on in boththe character of the trees
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In composition the Macadsmnia rut is simima to mbli
nuts. Table 1 affords comparison of the composition of Util
tion of the Macadamia nut with thith ttf e some other nuts

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Variety


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Do ................'..... -..... .....
Coconut I-------
Cashew nutd .............................
Almond '--.----..- -------------
California English walnut ........-----
P ecan -' -- -...-.- ..--- .- __ ...- --_ ._ ...- -
Olive (ripe) .......-.....-.....-.-......-I
Avocado (Fuerte) -,--------------...--.


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Haaii about 1892. ihen*f
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arued -in the possibility
description is given
oferd for the propagation of,0,1P*
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ailyerings, and graiftling' Wfe Ia
cutigs and side-tongu rating 0
tiale, methods of vegeatve propa;gtioA,
The Macadamia is strictly a tro6pie'al 0,O it
frmsea level to an altitude of about !,200 foet. i
sieed t6 be a drought-resistant tree in,, Asrul it''e
iHawaii- where there is a rainfall of 30 'ineh 04bit d
iriation is practiced during the drier Oait' vf teyM
dosnot appear to be limited to certain types' of soil, at
naual habitat the Macadamia 'is found in rather rc
alongcreeks and rivers.. Strong -Winds, injure, U i i
qurs protection, especially while youpg. WMi
ideed necessary in estahhn rhrho

Directions are given for the planting of rhr
epuig nd train"In of the trees.
Macadamia nuts runk. wifh almonds,pecans, iAnd,
poiion, although.-there. was found to be considerebI
pecntage of protein, fat, and total, carbohydufwies ,
frmindividual trees and from, different localities
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