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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 14                 (published in 1964)

THE NEED FOR RESEARCH ON THE NURSERY LEVEL
Ian F. Mackay
pp: 54-59 — See abstract

PACING DEVELOPMENT OF WOODY PLANTS
Henry M. Cathey
pp: 60-66 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ORIENTAL MAGNOLIAS BY LAYERING
Henry H. Chase
pp: 67-69 — See abstract

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON NATIVE AND CULTIVATED ERICACEAE IN NEW YORK STATE
Arthur S. Lieberman
pp: 70-73 — See abstract

THE IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY, GERMINATIVE CHARACTERISTICS AND SOURCE FOR SUCCESSFUL SEED PROPAGATION AND PLANT PRODUCTION
C.E. Heit
pp: 74-85 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF AMERICAN ELM FROM CUTTINGS
A.M.S. Pridham
pp: 86-87 — See abstract

THE USE OF ANTI-DESICCANTS IN ESTABLISHING LINERS
K.W. Reisch
pp: 88-94 — See abstract

MULCH CULTURE OR "NO-TILLAGE" METHOD OF PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 95-100 — See abstract

GRAFTING JUNIPERS
Andrew J. Klapis Jr
pp: 101-103 — See abstract

STOCK — SCION RELATIONSHIPS*
E.T. ANDERSEN
pp: 104-106 — See abstract

PRODUCTION AND BREEDING OF LILACS
Robert C. Dewilde
pp: 107-114 — See abstract

ABNORMAL CONIFERS FROM NATIVE POPULATIONS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 115 — See abstract

WHITE PINE WITCHES' — BROOM SEEDLINGS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 116-118 — See abstract

GROWTH PHASES IN RELATION TO PLANT PROPAGATION
Wesley P. Hackett
pp: 119-122 — See abstract

OBTAINING EFFECTIVE DILUTIONS OF INSECTICIDES WITHIN PROPAGATING STOCK
John A. Weidhaas Jr
pp: 123-130 — See abstract

COLLECTION, PROPAGATION AND EVALUATION OF WOODY PLANT MATERIALS FOR HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENT IN NEBRASKA
Harold Pellett
pp: 131-132 — See abstract

THE RUTHNER TOWER GREENHOUSE
Wolfgang Matzke
pp: 133-137 — See abstract

LEACHING OF NUTRIENTS FROM CUTTINGS UNDER MIST*
G.L. Good and H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 138-142 — See abstract

A LOOK AT SOME HACKBERRIES
Joseph C. McDaniel
pp: 143-145 — See abstract

CRATAEGUS ROOTSTOCK STUDIES
W.A. Cumming
pp: 146-148 — See abstract

NURSERY PROPAGATION OF CARPATHIAN WALNUTS
Ben Davis II
pp: 149-152 — See abstract

THE ISOLATION OF A DAMPING-OFF INHIBITOR FROM SPHAGNUM MOSS
Gayle Fleming and Charles E. Hess
pp: 153 — See abstract

FROM THE NEAR LABORATORY PROPAGATION CONDITIONS TO THE AVERAGE COMMERCIAL SITUATION
Frank Turner
pp: 154-155 — See abstract

CLONAL AND SEXUAL DIFFERENCES IN THE PROPAGATION OF TAXUS1
Harold Davidson and Arthur Olney
pp: 156-161 — See abstract

THE DIFFUSION OF ROOT PROMOTING SUBSTANCES FROM STEMS OF Hedera helix
R.M. Girouard and C.E. Hess
pp: 162-165 — See abstract

LILAC PRODUCTION AT WEDGE NURSERY
Donald Wedge
pp: 166-168 — See abstract

USE OF SIMAZINE ON A LIMITED SCALE
Klaas Van Hof
pp: 169-172 — See abstract

OVERWINTERING AND EARLY SHIPPING
Leslie Hancock
pp: 173-175 — See abstract

OVER WINTERING PLANT MATERIALS IN POLY STRUCTURES
W.E. Cunningham
pp: 176 — See abstract

DOES CULTIVATION PRESERVE SOIL MOISTURE?
William Flemer III
pp: 177-182 — See abstract

STORAGE OF B & B PLANT MATERIALS
Arie J. Radder
pp: 183-184 — See abstract

VIRUSES — THEIR IMPORTANCE TO THE PLANT PROPAGATOR
Donald Cation
pp: 185-187 — See abstract

HOW CRITICAL IS TIMING IN TAKING CUTTINGS?
F.O. Lanphear
pp: 188-189 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 190-198 — See abstract

SOME POINTS TO CONSIDER IN THE BREEDING and PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS
Gustav A.L. Mehlquist
pp: 199-203 — See abstract

CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL IN THE SEEDBED
Thomas S. Pinney Jr
pp: 204-218 — See abstract

TEXAS TIPS
John B. Roller
pp: 219-221 — See abstract

COMPARISONS: EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PROCEDURES IN HORTICULTURE
Oliver A. Batcheller
pp: 222-226 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF RESEARCH IN PLANT PROPAGATION1
William E. Snyder
pp: 227 — See abstract

THE EFFECT OF SEVERAL ANTI-TRANSPIRANT MATERIALS ON APPARENT TRANSPIRATION OF SELECTED ORNAMENTAL PLANTS1
William E. Snyder
pp: 227-234 — See abstract

COMPLIMENTARY, SUPPLEMENTARY AND SYNERGISTIC EFFECTS IN ROOT INDUCING COMPOUNDS
Dennison Morey
pp: 235-239 — See abstract

OPPORTUNITIES AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE INTERNATIONAL PLANT PROPAGATORS' SOCIETY
Percy C. Everett
pp: 240-241 — See abstract

TEACHING OF ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE ON A COLLEGE LEVEL
Howard C. Brown
pp: 242-245 — See abstract

SEED GERMINATION OF GREENHOUSE CROPS
Wesley N. Keys
pp: 246-248 — See abstract

FOLIAGE PLANTS
Richard L. Plath
pp: 249-250 — See abstract

SOME OF THE CURRENT PROPAGATION CONSIDERATIONS WITH THE POINSETTIA
Paul Ecke Jr
pp: 251-252 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HYDRANGEAS
Wilson McCahon
pp: 253-254 — See abstract

DECIDUOUS JUNE BUD FRUIT TREES
Walter Mertz
pp: 255-258 — See abstract

YEARLING FRUIT TREE RAISING IN IDAHO
Warren Carnefix
pp: 259-260 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CITRUS PLANTS
Harley Martin
pp: 261 — See abstract

VIRUS INACTIVATION IN STONE FRUITS
David Armstrong
pp: 262-264 — See abstract

PEACH BUD — GRAFT UNION ON Prunus besseyi1 2
W.E. Fletcher
pp: 265-271 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF DECIDUOUS AZALEAS FROM CUTTINGS
P.H. Brydon
pp: 272-275 — See abstract

CUTTAGE PROPAGATION OF Xylosma congestum
Wesley P. Hackett and Dan Goldmann
pp: 276-279 — See abstract

THE ROOTING OF MONTEREY PINE
W.J. Libby
pp: 280-287 — See abstract

PROPAGATING EUCALYPTUS FROM CUTTINGS
Steve Fazio
pp: 288-289 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND GROWING OF GROUND COVER PLANTS AT PERRY'S PLANTS, INC.
Carl Zangger
pp: 290-292 — See abstract

BEDDING PLANT PRODUCTION
Henry Ishida
pp: 293 — See abstract

GROWING BEDDING PLANTS
I.E. Edwards
pp: 294 — See abstract

A SELECTION OF PLANTS FROM THE NORTHWEST: New, Unusual or Worthy of Wider Use
Bruce Briggs
pp: 295-297 — See abstract

NEW PLANT MATERIALS FOR THE WEST AND SOUTHWEST
Don K. Sexton
pp: 298 — See abstract

NEW GROUND COVERS
Henry Ishida
pp: 299 — See abstract

GRAFTING EVERGREENS
John C. Snyder
pp: 300-304 — See abstract

AERATED STEAM TREATMENT OF SOIL — ITS PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION
Carl M. Olsen
pp: 305-307 — See abstract

AUTOMATIC ONE-GALLON CONTAINER IRRIGATION
William M. Tomlinson
pp: 308-312 — See abstract

FIELD TRIP TO UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS AND TO CALIFORNIA STATE FORESTRY NURSERY
C.J. Hansen
pp: 313 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF VIRUS-FREE MATERIAL
George Nyland
pp: 314 — See abstract

MAINTENANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF VIRUS-DISEASE FREE PROPAGATING MATERIALS
Curtis Alley
pp: 315 — See abstract

REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATION
Stanley Mather
pp: 315 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN THE YEAR 2000
J.P. Nitsch
pp: 316-323 — See abstract

BREEDING NEW FRUITS AND NUT CROPS
Dale E. Kester
pp: 324 — See abstract

PRODUCTION AND PROPAGATION OF ROOTSTOCKS
Carl J. Hansen
pp: 325-326 — See abstract

WALNUT ROOTSTOCK
E.F Serr
pp: 327-329 — See abstract

IBM: INVENTORY AND ACCOUNTING
Lowell E. Sherman
pp: 330-331 — See abstract

PROPAGATION PROCEDURES USED BY OKI NURSERY PROPAGATION DEPARTMENT
Edwin S. Kubo
pp: 332 — See abstract

SOILS AND STERILIZATION: Mixing, Sterilization. Methods
James Takehara
pp: 333 — See abstract

SPECIALIZED EOUIPMENT: CANNING, MATERIAL HANDLING SYSTEMS
Dick Oki
pp: 334 — See abstract

B-I-F FERTILIZER METERING SYSTEM
George Oki
pp: 335 — See abstract

MECHANIZED IRRIGATION FOR NURSERIES
Larry J. Booher
pp: 336-338 — See abstract

PRODUCTION AND RECORDS
Edwin S. Kubo
pp: 339-342 — See abstract

IBM DATA PROCESSING AND THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
John S. Parr
pp: 343 — See abstract

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