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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 12                 (published in 1962)

PLANT ANATOMY AS RELATED TO THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS
William E. Snyder
pp: 43-46 — See abstract

WOUNDING CUTTINGS AS A COMMERCIAL PRACTICE
James S. Wells
pp: 47-54 — See abstract

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF AN EVERGREEN CUTTING FROM THE TIME IT'S TAKEN UNTIL THE TIME IT IS ROOTED
Sidney Waxman
pp: 55-60 — See abstract

CARE AND MANAGEMENT OF CUTTINGS FROM COLLECTION THROUGH ROOTING
Edwin Kubo
pp: 61-62 — See abstract

LEACHING OF METABOLITES FROM ABOVE-GROUND PLANT PARTS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CUTTINGS USED FOR PROPAGATION
H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 63-77 — See abstract

CHEMICALS AND SOIL AMENDMENTS
J.B Gartner
pp: 78-81 — See abstract

ROOT PRUNING, MUDDING, FERTILIZATION
Ralph Shugert
pp: 82-83 — See abstract

HARDENING OF PLANT MATERIALS FOR WINTER (EAST)
Roland Dewilde
pp: 84-85 — See abstract

HARDENING PLANT MATERIALS FOR WINTER (CENTRAL)
W.C. Collins
pp: 86-87 — See abstract

HARDENING PLANT MATERIALS FOR THE WINTER WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MIDWEST CONDITIONS
George Rose
pp: 88-90 — See abstract

WINTER PROTECTION FOR LATE PROPAGATED PLANT MATERIAL
Hans Hess
pp: 91-94 — See abstract

SYSTEMS AND MECHANIZATION IN A CONTAINER NURSERY
George S. Oki
pp: 95-107 — See abstract

PROPAGATION FACILITIES ON THE CONTINENT
Charles E. Hess
pp: 108-109 — See abstract

NEW CULTIVARS IN TWO AMERICAN HARDY HYDRANGEAS
Joseph C McDaniel
pp: 110-114 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PRUNUS CISTENA & TRILOBA BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Vincent K. Bailey
pp: 115 — See abstract

COMMUNICATION IN PROPAGATION
J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 116-117 — See abstract

NEW MISTING EOUIPMENT FROM ENGLAND
James S. Wells
pp: 118-119 — See abstract

PROPAGATION IN THE PACIFIC COAST AREA
F.L.S O'Rourke
pp: 120-121 — See abstract

A FEW LOW JUNIPERUS SPECIES AND CULTIVARS
Roy M Nordinf
pp: 122-123 — See abstract

WINTER SURVIVAL OF SOME DIFFICULT CUTTINGS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 124 — See abstract

A NEW TECHNIOUE IN GRAFTING BLUE SPRUCE
Case Mahlstede
pp: 125 — See abstract

PLASTICS FOR GREENHOUSES
Albert Lowenfels
pp: 126-131 — See abstract

ANATOMICAL ASPECTS OF BUDDING AND GRAFTING
Fred B. Widmoyer
pp: 132-135 — See abstract

THE MODIFIED PATCH BUD
Ben Davis II
pp: 136-141 — See abstract

THE COLLECTION, STORAGE AND USE OF BUDWOOD
Ian Mackay
pp: 142-143 — See abstract

COLLECTION, STORE AND USE OF DORMANT SCIONWOOD
Ray Halward
pp: 144-149 — See abstract

AFTER RIPENING AS RELATED TO GERMINATION AND SEEDLING GROWTH
K W Reisch
pp: 150-153 — See abstract

STIMULATING GERMINATION OF SEED BY CHEMICAL AND MECHANICAL MEANS
Thomas S Pinney Jr
pp: 154-156 — See abstract

METHODS OF TREATING SEEDS AT THE ARNOLD ARBORETUM
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 157-163 — See abstract

UNUSUAL OAKS
R. Roy Forster
pp: 164-165 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF OAKS BY SEED
Roy Nordine
pp: 166-167 — See abstract

THE VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF OAKS
William Flemer III
pp: 168-172 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF JUNIPERUS CHINENSIS IN GREENHOUSE & MISTBED
John B. Hill
pp: 173-178 — See abstract

NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL PLANTINGS OF WOODY ORNAMENTAL AND SHELTER PLANT INTRODUCTIONS
A.F. Dodge
pp: 179-202 — See abstract

SEEDS AND THEIR ROLE IN MODERN PROPAGATION
O.A. Jolly Batcheller
pp: 203 — See abstract

PRACTICAL VALUE OF EMBRYO CULTURE IN NURSERY PRACTICE
Walter E. Lammerts
pp: 204-207 — See abstract

CONIFER SEED — FROM CONE TO SEED BED
C.J. Eden
pp: 208-213 — See abstract

SEED CULTURE OF CALIFORNIA NATIVE PLANTS
Dara E. Emery
pp: 214-218 — See abstract

THE MODERN ROLE OF MIST PROPAGATION
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 219 — See abstract

THE THEORY OF MIST PROPAGATION
Charles E. Hess
pp: 220-222 — See abstract

THE ECONOMICS OF MIST PROPAGATION
Peter Mordigan
pp: 223-225 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION OF CUTTINGS FROM NATIVE CALIFORNIA PLANTS
Don K. Sexton
pp: 226-228 — See abstract

SIMULTANEOUS GRAFTING AND ROOTING OF CITRUS UNDER MIST Part One —"Environment and Mother Plant"
Floyd Dillon
pp: 229 — See abstract

SIMULTANEOUS GRAFTING AND ROOTING OF CITRUS UNDER MIST Part Two—" Propagation"
Fred Real
pp: 230 — See abstract

SIMULTANEOUS GRAFTING AND ROOTING OF CITRUS UNDER MIST Part Three—"Hot House Operation"
Don Dillon
pp: 231-233 — See abstract

MODERN SANITATION IN PROPAGATION
Richard Maire
pp: 234 — See abstract

THE DETERMINATION OF DISEASE-FREE PROPAGATING MATERIAL
Robert D. Raabe
pp: 235-237 — See abstract

PRACTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE PRODUCTION OF CLEAN PROPAGATING MATERIALS
Stephen Wilhelm
pp: 238-241 — See abstract

SANITATION IN PROPAGATION
Arthur M. McCain
pp: 242 — See abstract

CLEAN CULTURE OF BEDDING PLANTS
Carl Zangger
pp: 243-244 — See abstract

CLEAN CULTURE OF CARNATIONS
Henry Satow and Fumio Satow
pp: 245 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF CLEAN CULTURED FOLIAGE PLANTS
Henry Ishida
pp: 246-248 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SELECTED PLANTS
W.J. Curtis
pp: 249-253 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF LILACS (SYRINGA)
Robert Boddy
pp: 254-255 — See abstract

THE GRAFTING OF ACER PALMATUM1
William Omar
pp: 256-257 — See abstract

ROOT CONSTRICTION OF CONTAINER-GROWN NURSERY STOCK
William Armstrong
pp: 258-259 — See abstract

THE CONTROL OF GROWTH PHASES AND ITS RELATION TO PLANT PROPAGATION
V.T. Stoutemyer
pp: 260-264 — See abstract

A PHYSIOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF ROOTING IN EASY AND DIFFICULT-TO ROOT CUTTINGS
Charles E. Hess
pp: 265-268 — See abstract

CONTROL OF PLANT HEIGHT
Harry C. Kohl Jr
pp: 269 — See abstract

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