College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
 Agricultural Diagnostic Service Center - Seed Program

Great News! We had our papaya seeds tested by an

independent Genetic Test Lab on the mainland and

we're happy to report that we are GMO free.

April News!

We continue to be out of our Pole Beans ( Poamoho, Manoa Wonder & Hawaiian Wonder), Kahala Soybeans, Sweet Basil, Waiamanalo Long B-1, and now Manoa Sugar Peas.

Praying for dry weather, we hope to get a harvest of Hawaiian Wonder beans in the coming weeks. Manoa Sugar possibly at the begining of May. Keep checking back for updates!

quick links

Updated as of 04/01/2014

»Seed Order Form (download form, fill out, print, then mail with payment)
*Chinese Pea: Manoa Sugar: OUT OF STOCK »Free Publications
*Sweet Basil: OUT OF STOCK »Farmer's Bookshelf
*Pole Bean: Manoa Wonder: OUT OF STOCK »Pesticide Information
*Pole Bean: Hawai Wonder: OUT OF STOCK »Agriculture Pest
*Cucumber Hybrid: Lani : OUT OF STOCK  
*Eggplant: Waimanalo B-1 : OUT OF STOCK  
*Soybean: Kahala: OUT OF STOCK New Parking Map: For a map that displays the entire campus with
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Updated as of 04/01/2014 Visitor Parking has changed since 01/01/09.
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Our University of Hawaii seeds are non-GMO seeds that are mostly open pollinated selections except for a few hand pollinated Hybrids.  
The only variety offered for sale that is a GMO seed is the UH Rainbow Papaya which is highly resistant to the devastating Papaya Ringpot Virus.  
Updated as of 12/01/2010  

Organically Grown Papaya Seeds Are In. We will be offering

HGP packets of the Sunrise and Waimanalo Low Bearing Papaya for  
$3.00 a packet. Bulk Pricing: $12.00/oz.  
Call if you have any questions or need to place an order..  
PLEASE NOTE: These are not "CERTIFIED ORGANIC" but organically grown only. Our facility and operation is not setup to provide "CERTIFIED" Seeds for sale.  


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