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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 10                 (published in 1960)

COMPATIBILITY IN GRAFTING AND BUDDING FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL PLANTS FOR ADAPTATION AND DWARFING PURPOSES
D.B. White and J.P. Mahlstede
pp: 50-57 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF OVERFERTILIZATION ON CONTAINER-GROWN PLANTS
James D. Kelley
pp: 58-62 — See abstract

DISEASES IN PROPAGATING BEDS
Spencer H. Davis
pp: 63-71 — See abstract

THE PROS AND CONS OF BANDED VERSUS BARE ROOT MATERIAL
George P. Blyth
pp: 72 — See abstract

ADVANTAGES OF BANDED OR POTTED LINERS VERSUS BARE ROOT MATERIAL
Richard Vanderbilt
pp: 73 — See abstract

ADVANTAGES OF BANDED OR POTTED LINERS VERSUS BARE ROOT MATERIAL
Gerald Verkade
pp: 74-79 — See abstract

THE MORE UNUSUAL ASPECTS OF PLANT PROPAGATION METHODS AND EXPERIENCES IN MIST PROPAGATION IN BERMUDA
Donald J. Moore
pp: 80-86 — See abstract

EVERGREEN GRAFTS UNDER PLASTIC
C.W.M. Hess Jr
pp: 87-89 — See abstract

OUTSIDE GREEN GRAFTING OF RHODODENDRONS UNDER POLYETHYLENE
David G. Leach
pp: 90-94 — See abstract

ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF STOCK BLOCKS
F.L.S. O'Rourke
pp: 95 — See abstract

ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF STOCK BLOCKS FOR PROPAGATION
Louis Vanderbrook
pp: 96-98 — See abstract

THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF A STOCK BLOCK OF HARDY HYBRID RHODODENDRONS
Richard Vanderbilt
pp: 99-110 — See abstract

USE OF MULCHES IN THE NURSERY
Case Hoogendoorn
pp: 111-117 — See abstract

RESEARCH IN ROOT INITIATION — A Progress Report
Charles E. Hess
pp: 118-123 — See abstract

SUCCESSFUL WINTER GRAFTING OF JUNIPER VARIETIES ON UNROOTED CUTTINGS
Constant DeGroot
pp: 124-126 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF GINKGO BILOBA BY CUTTINGS
John Vermeulen
pp: 127-129 — See abstract

PROPAGATION IN FRAMES USING ELECTRIC CABLES FOR BOTTOM HEAT
Richard Van Heiningen
pp: 130-140 — See abstract

WILL SEED FROM NORTHERN PLANTS PRODUCE PLANTS HARDIER THAN THOSE FROM SOUTHERN REGIONS
Thor K. Bergh
pp: 141-153 — See abstract

OVERWINTERING OF SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS UNDER CONTROLLED TEMPERATURES
Vincent K. Bailey
pp: 154-157 — See abstract

NOTEWORTHY VIBURNUMS
Ronald R. Egolf
pp: 158-177 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SCIADOPITYS VERTICILLATA
Sidney Waxman
pp: 178-185 — See abstract

PRE-EMERGENCE WEED CONTROL IN NURSERY CROPS
W.E. Chappell
pp: 186-188 — See abstract

CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL IN THE NURSERY
John Newhouse
pp: 189-196 — See abstract

USE OF THE PEAT POT AS A FORCING CONTAINER FOR HYBRID TEA ROSES*
J.P. Mahlstede
pp: 197-198 — See abstract

USE OF THE PEAT POT AS A GROWING CONTAINER FOR ORNAMENTAL PLANTS*
J.P. Mahlstede
pp: 199-202 — See abstract

THE EFFECT OF NODULES ON THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS OF JUNIPERUS AND THUJA
Gary L. Wilms and F.L.S. O'Rourke
pp: 203-205 — See abstract

GERMINATION OF DOUBLE—DORMANT SEEDS
Alfred Fordham
pp: 206-228 — See abstract

THE PLANT PROPAGATOR — THE BASIS OF OUR INDUSTRY
James S. Wells
pp: 229-237 — See abstract

MECHANIZATION OF GRAFTING METHODS
Lloyd A. Lider
pp: 238 — See abstract

MACHINE GRAFTING AND PREPLANTING TECHNIQUES FOR GRAPE BENCHGRAFTS
Curtis J. Alley
pp: 239-246 — See abstract

MACHINE GRAFTING FOR GRAPEVINES
Thomas D. Terry
pp: 247-248 — See abstract

MACHINE GRAFTING OF FRUIT TREES
Gordon Kershaw
pp: 249-250 — See abstract

SEED PROPAGATION AS A NURSERY TECHNIQUE
Vernon T. Stoutemeyer
pp: 251-255 — See abstract

SEED DORMANCY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO NURSERY PRACTICES
Dale E. Kester
pp: 256-266 — See abstract

SEED STRATIFICATION TECHNIQUES, WITH EMPHASIS ON ROSES
Dennison Morey
pp: 267-273 — See abstract

SEED and SEED HANDLING TECHNIQUES IN PRODUCTION OF WALNUT SEEDLINGS
William Stuke
pp: 274-276 — See abstract

FIELD PRODUCTION OF SEEDLINGS IN A CENTRAL STATES NURSERY
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 277-281 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF ROOTSTOCKS FOR ORNAMENTAL TREES IN THE CONTAINER NURSERY
Gerd Schneider
pp: 282-286 — See abstract

EXPERIENCES WITH PROPAGATION OF THE GENUS PISTACIA
Lloyd E. Joley
pp: 287-293 — See abstract

BUDDING AND GROWING PISTACIA CHINENSIS FOR STREET TREES
Dwight Long
pp: 294-296 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TROPICAL PLANTS FOR THE FOLIAGE PLANT TRADE
Robert Weidner
pp: 297-300 — See abstract

MIST SYSTEMS AND HARDENING-OFF PROCEDURES AT MONROVIA NURSERY COMPANY
Martin Usrey
pp: 301 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION WITH EMPHASIS ON HARDENING-OFF
William J. Curtis
pp: 302-304 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION — HARDENING-OFF TECHNIQUES
James S. Wells
pp: 305 — See abstract

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