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Big Island Avocados

Chefs Favorites

Rodrigues

Alpha
Ixtapan J-70

Ashikawa

C3 #3

Mr. T

Fukumitsu

Kona Experiment Station


HES

N379

San Miguel Purple

C3 #4

Jan Boyce

CC3 #5

Sharwil

Jeanette

Hall

KES MNL
Murashige

Malama

Beshore
Hamachi

Chris Kelly

Hashimoto

Semil 34

Hayes

Kampong

Kellum

Cobain

Serpa

Ohata

Ota

Ilialu

Thompson
Leal

Collin 33

Pankay

Infante

Yamagata
Little Cado / Wurtz

Cooper Late Green


Infante 2

Fuerte

Masami

Papaiko

Principe

Yamane

Itzamna
Reed
Fujikawa

R11 T14

E3 R12 P4

Tamashiro
Kosel

Combo 2

Mex 5

Nishikawa

Hulumanu

Cocktail Fuerte

E3 R10 P2

Linda

Combo 1

Rincon

MAL25 R12 P4

CRC 151-2

Ruehle

R21 T5

Hass

Shirai
Kaneko

R9 T6

CC LoV

Naranjo
Daily 11 / Otaro

Case

R 5-12

L149

Nabal
Kakazu

Nishikawa Seedling

Nena

CC BJW

Schattauer 2

Johnson

Malama 2

NA 66
Schattauer 1

MacDonald

BR 25-3

HL R5 T3

Green Gold

AR 911

Kahaluu

MIT 13
Beardsley

Waiakea Experiment Station

Other varieties reported


in Hawaii but not pictured:
Adachi
Al Boyce
Anaheim
Avila
Aztec
Azul
Basalua
Benick
Bon
Booth
Brogden
Butler
Celaya
CES 526
Chang
Cho
Chrones
Colinred B
Commonfort 48
Duke
Dr. Lyon
DW1 Bank
Elsie
Esbank

Frowe
Garcia
Grip 12
Hansen
Healani
Higashi
Holt
Irwin
Jaina
Josefina
Kaguah
Kanola
Lehua
Leucadia
Lula
Lycett
Mac Arthur
Manik
Masutomi
Medeiros
Notley
Mexicola
Monge
Murietta

Nowels
Nutmeg
Obregon
Organal
Ozaki
Panchoy
Pinkerton
Pollock
Reinecke
Sato T-53
Sexton
Seyde
Simmonds
St. Claire
Tanabe
Teague
Thevenin
Tolbe
Towse
Tsutsumi
Wainaku
Wilder
Wong
Zutano

Vargas

2009 Ken Love www.hawaiifruit.net

Dupuis

Mex 9
Egami 1

R27 T22
Mex 14

Egami 2

Esparta

Tanaka 2

R27 T26
Mex 24
Kashlen

Egami 3

Vero Beach Seedling

R27 T40
Kosel - Hilo

MK R2 T1

Egami 4

RoA
N 112

E3 R13 P3

San Miguel Green

Acknowledgements:

County of Hawaii Department of Research and Development


University of Hawaii CTAHR
Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers
American Culinary Federation Kona Kohala Chefs Association
Kelly Asai, Silvia Gianetti-Barber, Dr. Catherine Chan-Halbrendt, Dale
Evans, Trent Hata, Dennis Ida, Ryan Kaneko, Jyotsna Krishnakumar,
Marc Meisner, Dr. Mike Nagao, Dr. Wayne Nishijima, Margaret
Schattauer, Lloyd Shirai, Harold Stene, Lisa Taniguchi, Billy & Brooks
Wakefield and Dr. Francis. Zee.

Wahiawa

Avocados, (Persea americana), may have been introduced


to Hawaii as early as 1794, possibly by Don Francisco de
Paula Marin, a Spanish horticulturalist and confidant of King
Kamehameha. Thousands of seedlings have flourished in Hawaiis
microclimates over the past 200 years along with selections
brought into the islands after 1901 with the beginning of Hawaii
agriculture experiment stations. The fruit can vary greatly from
year to year in size, oil content and quantity produced on the
tree,depending on weather and soil nutrition. The same or very
similar avocados may have different names at different island
locations making identification extremely difficult. The avocados
shown on this poster were chosen based on University of Hawaii
Experiment Station records as well as fromgrowers families
where original or old growth trees exist.The sizes are relative
but not always representative in relation to each other.In some
cases there may be very few of specific types of trees grown
at the experiment stations and not commercially available. They
are shown as an expression of the great diversity of avocados
that exists in Hawaii.