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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 13                 (published in 1963)

THE EFFECT OF ETIOLATION UPON THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS
Dale E. Herman and Charles E. Hess
pp: 42-62 — See abstract

WHY CERTAIN CUTTINGS ARE HARD TO ROOT
Charles E. Hess
pp: 63-70 — See abstract

ROOTING COFACTORS IN SOME SOUTHERN PINES
Richard Zimmerman
pp: 71-73 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION OF CUTTINGS INSERTED DIRECTLY INTO THE ROOTING-GROWING MEDIUM
J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 74-79 — See abstract

PROBLEMS AND PROPAGATION PROCEDURES OF A SMALL TO MEDIUM SIZE OPERATION
J. Paul Wilms
pp: 80-85 — See abstract

PLANNING A PLANT INVENTORY FOR THE TWENTY FIRST CENTURY
L.C. Snyder
pp: 86-88 — See abstract

NEW FORMS OF DECIDUOUS AND EVERGREEN PLANTS
L.C. Chadwick
pp: 89-92 — See abstract

ORGANIZED AND UNIFORM TESTING AND EVALUATION OF NEW CULTIVARS
Roy M. Nordine
pp: 93-97 — See abstract

STORAGE AND CARE OF CUTTINGS, GRAFTS, AND ESTABLISHED NURSERY STOCK
John P. Mahlstede
pp: 98-99 — See abstract

SANITATION AND PROPAGATION — METHODS AND MATERIALS
James Wells and F.O. Lanphear
pp: 100 — See abstract

COST CONTROL IN PROPAGATION — LOWERING COSTS
George Rose and Wayne Lovelace
pp: 101-104 — See abstract

HOW TO MAKE TWO DOLLAR PLANTS IN FOUR MONTHS WITH LARGE CUTTINGS
J.H. Tinga and Charles Hayes Jr
pp: 105-108 — See abstract

WHY BUDDING IS SUPERIOR TO GRAFTING AND POINTS ON WHICH SO MANY FAIL
Paul R. Bosley Sr
pp: 109-112 — See abstract

A FEW DWARF SHRUBS
Roy M. Nordine
pp: 113-115 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF EUCOMMIA ULMOIDES
J.B. Gartner
pp: 116 — See abstract

AN UNUSUAL WITCHES'-BROOM ON PINUS STROBUS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 117-119 — See abstract

SECURING SEED PRODUCTION IN MAGNOLIA ACUMINATA AND M. CORDATA
Joseph C. McDaniel
pp: 120-123 — See abstract

RECENT HYBRIDIZATIONS WITH AMERICAN MAGNOLIAS
Joseph C. McDaniel
pp: 124-131 — See abstract

THE USE OF CAPTAN IN THE ROOTING OF RHODODENDRONS
James S. Wells
pp: 132-134 — See abstract

LILACS, SECOND YEAR FROM CUTTINGS
Albert Lowenfels
pp: 135 — See abstract

ARCILLITE AS A SOIL AMENDMENT IN POTTING MIXTURES
C.E. Wildon and F.L.S. O'Rourke
pp: 136-137 — See abstract

GRAFTING TO OVERCOME CHLOROSIS IN PIN OAKS
Donald Schoeneweiss
pp: 138-140 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHESTNUTS AND CAMELLIA BY NURSE SEED GRAFTS
J.C. Moore
pp: 141-143 — See abstract

THE SEASONAL RESPONSE IN ROOTING OF EVERGREEN CUTTINGS
F.O. Lanphear
pp: 144-148 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert
pp: 149-152 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF RESEARCH IN PLANT PROPAGATION
William E. Snyder
pp: 153-157 — See abstract

DISEASES INITIATED IN THE PROPAGATING PHASE WHICH LATER CAUSE PLANT LOSS
K.W. Reisch
pp: 158-162 — See abstract

THE USE OF A CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT PLASTIC STRUCTURE FOR PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS OR GRAFTS
A.F. De Werth
pp: 163-165 — See abstract

INEXPENSIVE PLASTIC STRUCTURES FOR WINTER PROTECTION OF PLANTS
Zophar P. Warner
pp: 166-169 — See abstract

LEAF-BUD CUTTING TRIALS 1963
Ray E. Halward
pp: 170-173 — See abstract

HOLLY PROPAGATION AND CULTURE
Hans Hess
pp: 174-175 — See abstract

GROWING WHOLE PLANTS FROM INDIVIDUAL CELLS
D.F. Wetherell
pp: 176-181 — See abstract

EFFECT OF STOCK-SCION COMBINATIONS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF APPLES
Donald B. White
pp: 182-201 — See abstract

ROSA CANINA
J.L. Petty
pp: 202-204 — See abstract

NURSERY PERFORMANCE OF SELECTED GARDEN ROSE ROOTSTOCKS
R.L. Ticknor and A.N. Roberts
pp: 205-207 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION OF MINIATURE ROSES
Ralph S. Moore
pp: 208-209 — See abstract

STORAGE AND REFRIGERATION OF ROSE BUDWOOD
E.P. Dering
pp: 210 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION OF ROSES IN OREGON
Fred Edmunds
pp: 211-214 — See abstract

Question and Answer Period
A.N. Roberts
pp: 215-221 — See abstract

LOW VOLTAGE BOTTOM HEAT
E.A. Wood
pp: 222-223 — See abstract

NEW CONIFER SELECTIONS
Harry Carlson
pp: 224-225 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY HEATED FRAMES
Leona Drew
pp: 226-227 — See abstract

CUSTOM PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS
Bob Whalley
pp: 228-229 — See abstract

FIELD-GROWING RHODODENDRONS WITHOUT LATH
Bill Menke
pp: 230 — See abstract

EXBURY AZALEAS
John Henny
pp: 231-237 — See abstract

SEEDLING PRODUCTION
Martin Holmason
pp: 238-241 — See abstract

DOUBLE-BUDDING OF PEAR TREES
Kent Brooks
pp: 242-243 — See abstract

THE HISTORICAL BACKGROUND, THE DEVELOPMENT, AND THE PROPAGATION OF CLONAL APPLE ROOTSTOCKS IN AMERICA
H.B. Tukey
pp: 244-260 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HARDWOOD PEAR CUTTINGS
M.N. Westwood and Lyle A. Brooks
pp: 261-268 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHERRY ROOTSTOCKS
A.N. Roberts
pp: 269-273 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN PLASTIC HOUSES
Edward W. Schultz
pp: 274-275 — See abstract

FORSTALLING DORMANCY AND INDUCING CONTINUOUS GROWTH OF AZALEA MOLLE WITH SUPPLEMENTARY LIGHT FOR WINTER PROPAGATION
William Goddard
pp: 276-278 — See abstract

GROWING FORCING AZALEAS IN PLASTIC HOUSES
J.H. Klupenger
pp: 279-285 — See abstract

PEAT-PERLITE MIXTURES IN CONTAINER GROWING
Don Nuffer
pp: 286-287 — See abstract

GROUND BARK AS A GROWING MEDIUM FOR CONTAINER NURSERY STOCK
F.A. Rigby
pp: 288-290 — See abstract

SOIL MIXTURES
Dan Schmidt
pp: 291-293 — See abstract

INCREASING BLOOM PRODUCTION IN RHODODENDRONS BY FERTILIZING PRACTICES
Arthur S. Myhre
pp: 294 — See abstract

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