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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 15                 (published in 1965)

A HISTORY OF MIST PROPAGATION
William E. Snyder
pp: 63-66 — See abstract

MIST SYSTEMS AND THEIR CONTROLS
Harvey Templeton
pp: 67-70 — See abstract

MIST FROM A CUTTING'S VIEWPOINT
Charles E. Hess
pp: 71-73 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION PROBLEMS
James S. Wells
pp: 74-77 — See abstract

THE INFLUENCE OF INTERMITTENT MIST ON THE MINERAL NUTRIENT CONTENT OF CUTTINGS DURING PROPAGATION
G.L Good and H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 78-85 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CUTTINGS UNDER NUTRIENT MIST
John A. Wott and H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 86-93 — See abstract

PHOTOPERIODIC TREATMENT AND ITS INFLUENCE ON ROOTING AND SURVIVAL OF CUTTINGS "LIGHTING UNDER MIST"
Sidney Waxman
pp: 94-96 — See abstract

ROOTING-GROWING MEDIA
J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 97-103 — See abstract

PRINCIPLES OF HARDINESS AND SURVIVAL AS THEY RELATE TO NEWLY PROPAGATED PLANTS1 2
Conrad J. Weiser
pp: 113-122 — See abstract

PRE-EMERGENCE WEED CONTROL IN NURSERY STOCK
Rudy Wagner
pp: 123-126 — See abstract

SLIDE TOUR OF CALIFORNIA CONTAINER NURSERIES
Richard W. Bosley
pp: 127-133 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRON CAROLINIANUM FROM STEM CUTTINGS1
Thomas Hall and T.F Cannon
pp: 134-137 — See abstract

NEW MISTING NOZZLE WITH SELF CONTAINED ADJUSTABLE TIMER
Werner Rexer
pp: 138 — See abstract

SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN ROOTING TSUGA CANADENSIS
Carl Grant Wilson
pp: 139-141 — See abstract

ROOTING OF MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA
William J. Curtis
pp: 142-144 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL USING COMPRESSED AIR, A NEW CONCEPT
Asper K. Laursen
pp: 145-146 — See abstract

CAPTAN AIDS ROOTING OF LOBLOLLY PINE CUTTINGS
Hoy C. Grigsby
pp: 147-150 — See abstract

THE EFFECTS OF MEDIAN, pH, AND ROOT INDUCING CHEMICALS ON ROOTING OF GARDENIA JASMINOIDES
Booker T. Whatley, McKinley Mayes and Jack H. Jefferson
pp: 151-153 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BLUEBERRIES UNDER FLOURESCENT LIGHT AT VARIOUS INTENSITIES
Sidney Waxman
pp: 154-158 — See abstract

PROGRESS REPORT OF ROOT PROMOTING ACTIVITY IN JUVENILE AND ADULT PHASES OF MALUS ROBUSTA 5 APPLE ROOTSTOCK
S.H. Nelson and J.M. Pepper
pp: 159-163 — See abstract

CONTROL OF PHOMOPSIS BLIGHT IN JUNIPERUS VIRGINIANA SEEDLINGS
Ralph Shugert
pp: 164-167 — See abstract

ENDOGENOUS ACIDIC AND NEUTRAL AUXINS AND THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS1
R.E Odom and W.J. Carpenter Jr
pp: 168-172 — See abstract

CRABAPPLE PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS, GRAFTING, AND BUDDING
Robert C. Simpson
pp: 173-176 — See abstract

ROOTING OF BROADLEAVED EVERGREENS, ESPECIALLY HYBRID RHODODENRONS AND SPECIES
Richard T. Vanderbilt
pp: 177-180 — See abstract

ROOTING COFACTORS — IDENTIFICATION AND FUNCTIONS
Charles E. Hess
pp: 181-185 — See abstract

ROOTING OF CUTTINGS AS INFLUENCED BY THE PHOTOPERIOD OF THE STOCK PLANT
James D. Kelley
pp: 186-190 — See abstract

CENTRIFUGATION PROMOTES ROOTING OF SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS1
Makoto Kawase
pp: 191-198 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PICEA PUNGENS GLAUCA CULTIVARS
Leonard Savella
pp: 199-201 — See abstract

CELL CULTURE AND PLANT PROPAGATION
J.P. Mahistede, F.C. Ladd and J. Peltier
pp: 202-205 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DIFFICULT, UNUSUAL AND RARE PLANTS
Ray E. Halward
pp: 206 — See abstract

PROPAGATION FROM CUTTINGS OF PICEA PUNGENS ‘GLAUCA GIOBOSA’
Jens Pedersen
pp: 207 — See abstract

WINTER ROOTING OF EVERGREEN CUTTNGS IN COLD FRAMES
Peter R. Nielsen
pp: 208 — See abstract

CORYLUS AND CORNUS FROM CUTTINGS
Joerg Leiss
pp: 209-211 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Gerald H. Verkade
pp: 212-228 — See abstract

INTRODUCTION
James S. Wells
pp: 229 — See abstract

TIMING AND ITS RELATION TO CUTTING SELECTION
Merton Congdon
pp: 230-231 — See abstract

POSITION IN CUTTING SELECTION
Richard H. Fillmore
pp: 232 — See abstract

ROLE OF STOCK PLANT NUTRITION ON ROOTING RESPONSE OF CUTTINGS
James D. Kelley
pp: 233-234 — See abstract

WEATHER AS IT CONCERNS THE PRACTICE OF CUTTING SELECTION
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 235-240 — See abstract

AUTOMATION AND/OR MECHANIZATION IN PROPAGATION NEW TOOLS, PRACTICES AND TECHNIQUES
John B. Hill
pp: 241-242 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN POTTING SOILS, SEED FLATS, BEDS, AND FRAMES
Robert C. DeWilde and Frederick O. Lanphear
pp: 243-246 — See abstract

WINTER HARDINESS OF NEWLY POTTED AND CONTAINER MATERIAL, PREPARATION FOR AND PROTECTION IN STORAGE
Harrison L. Flint and Ralph Shugert
pp: 247-248 — See abstract

ROOTING CHEMICALS, LIOUID VS. POWDER, USE, ETC. AND ROOTING MEDIA, NATURAL, ARTIFICIAL, ADDITIVES, ETC.
William Flemer III and James D. Kelley
pp: 249-250 — See abstract

SELECTION, TESTING AND INTRODUCTION OF NEW PLANTS AND TEST GARDENS AND ARBORETA AS THEY RELATE TO PLANT PROPAGATION
David B. Paterson and Oliver D. Diller
pp: 251-260 — See abstract

THE PHYSIOLOGY OF GRAFTING
Dale E. Kester
pp: 261-272 — See abstract

METHODS OF TEACHING GRAFTING
O.A. Jolly Batcheller
pp: 273-274 — See abstract

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED IN GRAFTING AND BUDDING
Curtis J. Alley
pp: 275-277 — See abstract

GRAFTING OF SELECTED ORNAMENTALS
Don Sexton
pp: 278-280 — See abstract

GRAFTING OF WALNUTS
David L. Graves
pp: 281-296 — See abstract

PLANT GROWTH MADE TO MEASURE
Peter J. Lert
pp: 297-299 — See abstract

CARBON DIOXIDE FERTILIZATION
Harry C. Kohl Jr
pp: 300-305 — See abstract

CHEMICAL PRE-EMERGENCE WEED CONTROL IN WESTERN WASHINGTON
Arthur S. Myhre
pp: 306-308 — See abstract

NATIVE CALIFORNIA PLANTS OF COMMERCIAL VALUE
Percy C. Everett
pp: 309-313 — See abstract

METHODS OF SEED COLLECTING
Eugene Baciu
pp: 314-316 — See abstract

MODERN PROPAGATION OF FERNS
David J. Roberts
pp: 317 — See abstract

LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE TRIALS WITH SEEDLINGS AND CUTTINGS OF RHODODENDRON MOLLE
J.H. Crossley
pp: 327-333 — See abstract

PROPAGATING APPLE ROOTSTOCKS BY THE METHOD OF CONTINUOUS LAYERING
Gottlob (Rudy) Wagner
pp: 334-337 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DIFFICULT PLANTS
Jean Whalley
pp: 338-339 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF XYLOSMA CONGESTUM
Ed Kubo
pp: 340-342 — See abstract

PROGRESS REPORT ON THE ROOTING OF JAPANESE MAPLES
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 343-344 — See abstract

"LIARS" FORUM
William J. Curtis
pp: 345 — See abstract

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