HARC's Mission

"To support a viable agricultural sector by researching and applying relevant science and technology to achieve practical solutions and by identifying new agricultural opportunities."

HARC's Experiment Station at Kunia, HI Kaneohe, HI from Pali of Koolau Mts. w/ Maunawili Substation in lower right Sugarcane labeled for melting pot crossing at HARC's Maunawili Substation Dr. Susan Schenck sampling RDX-contaminated soil Vetiver for erosion control Sugarcane showing symptoms of Yellow-Leaf Syndrome Maunawili Substation from Mount Olomana, Maunawili, Hawaii HARC's Experiment Station at Kunia, HI Cacao pods Coffee Sugarcane at HARC's former Maui Substation Rice Rice panicle Drs. Robert Osgood and Paul Moore examining sugarcane roots Dr. Ray Ming pollinating papaya flowers Tasseling sugarcane at HARC's Maunawili Substation Marian Seefurth anthurium Sugarcane at HARC's Maunawili Substation with Koolau Mts. in background Sugarcane at HARC's Maunawili Substation Perennial peanut ground cover between rows of coffee Cooperator Mae Nakahata with tumbleweed on Maui Taro plants in the field Papaya plants in the field Aerial photograph of the HARC Experiment Station, Kunia, HI

HARC's Purpose