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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 18                 (published in 1968)

THE FORMATION OF THE NEW CHAPTER OF THE SOCIETY IN GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND
Richard Martyr
pp: 50-53 — See abstract

THE GARDENING CENTRE AT SYON PARK
G.C. Wills
pp: 54-56 — See abstract

POTTING AND CONTAINERISING
David N. Clark
pp: 57-60 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF HERBACEOUS STOCK
Adrian Bloom
pp: 61-66 — See abstract

BETULA SPP. FROM CUTTINGS
Robert J. Hares
pp: 67 — See abstract

FRENCH LILACS UNDER MIST
Robert J. Hares
pp: 68 — See abstract

BIRCH GRAFTING
P.C.R. Dummer
pp: 69-71 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOFTWOOD SHRUB CUTTINGS FOR JIFFY POTTED LINING OUT STOCK
John Emery
pp: 72-73 — See abstract

‘TAKING HARDWOOD CUTTINGS’
P.D.A. McMillan Browse
pp: 74-78 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION — RECORDING OF EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS
H.J. Welch
pp: 79-80 — See abstract

YEAR-ROUND CHRYSANTHEMUM PRODUCTION
J.L. Kitchen
pp: 81-83 — See abstract

NOTES ON THE GRAFTING OF PICEA PUNGENS ‘KOSTERIANA’
Frank Willard
pp: 84-87 — See abstract

WHAT IS BEING DONE? SOURCES OF PLANT PROPAGATION INFORMATION
Robert J. Garner
pp: 88-90 — See abstract

WHAT WE WANT TO KNOW COLD STORAGE IN NURSERY PRACTICE
Henry Jackson
pp: 91 — See abstract

SOME IDEAS ON ECONOMICAL PLANT PROPAGATION
M.G. Adcock
pp: 92-93 — See abstract

THE FUTURE OF MIST AND CAPILLARIES
Mark T. Wallis
pp: 94 — See abstract

COMPOSTS AND CONTAINERS
P.M. Robinson
pp: 95-97 — See abstract

A LOOK AT BOSKOOP
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 98-99 — See abstract

HOW TO KEEP UP-TO-DATE
Jill E.K. Cox
pp: 100-105 — See abstract

THE PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Brian Humphrey
pp: 106-116 — See abstract

PLANT INTRODUCTION, PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
Andrew T. Leiser
pp: 117-127 — See abstract

AN APPROACH TO ROSE PLANT PRODUCTION
Tok Furuta
pp: 128-129 — See abstract

MY EXPERIENCES IN ROSE HYBRIDIZING
Herbert C. Swim
pp: 130-132 — See abstract

SOME SCION-STOCK INTERRELATIONS
Raymond F. Hasek
pp: 133-135 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF FIELD GROWN ROSE PLANTS
Walter M. Mertz
pp: 136-142 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF PATHOGEN-FREE PROPAGATING MATERIAL
John Rodebaugh
pp: 143-145 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF VIRUS-FREE PROPAGATING MATERIAL
George Nyland
pp: 146-148 — See abstract

CALIFORNIA'S NURSERY STOCK REGISTRATION AND CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
Stanley M. Mather
pp: 149-157 — See abstract

PRACTICAL APPROACH TO CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
Don Luvisi
pp: 158 — See abstract

CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR STONE FRUITS
John R. Wynne
pp: 159-161 — See abstract

CERTIFICATION PROGRAM FOR CITRUS
Roger B. Jensen
pp: 162-163 — See abstract

IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM FOR ROSES
Herbert C. Swim
pp: 164-169 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF CALCIUM SATURATION OF SPHAGNUM PEAT ON THE ROOTING OF SOME WOODY PLANTS
J.L. Paul and A.T Leiser
pp: 170-180 — See abstract

RED ROOT OF CHRYSANTHEMUM CUTTINGS RESULTING FROM UNFAVORABLE SODIUM: CALCIUM RATIOS
Robert D. Raabe
pp: 181-182 — See abstract

WATER QUALITY AND MIST PROPAGATION
J.L. Paul
pp: 183-186 — See abstract

ROOTING OF BLUE SPRUCE FROM CUTTINGS
Duane Sherwood
pp: 187 — See abstract

SEEDLING PROPAGATION
Ralph Shugert
pp: 188-192 — See abstract

INTEGRATING PROPAGATION WITH SALES
Ralph Pinkus
pp: 193-198 — See abstract

WHAT'S NEW IN HERBICIDE USE CONTAINER-GROWN PLANTS?
W.A. Humphrey
pp: 199-201 — See abstract

WHAT'S NEW IN SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDES?
F.S. Morishita
pp: 202 — See abstract

SYSTEMIC FUNGICIDES
Robert D. Raabe
pp: 203-205 — See abstract

WHAT'S NEW IN GROWTH REGULATORS?
Roy M. Sachs
pp: 206-237 — See abstract

DISEASE CONTROL DURING PROPAGATION1
H.A.J. Hoitink
pp: 238-240 — See abstract

MODERN PROPAGATION WITH TISSUE CULTURES
R. Kenneth Horst
pp: 241-243 — See abstract

CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES WITH SYSTEMIC CHEMICALS
L.V. Edgington and Marten Snel
pp: 244-247 — See abstract

TEST OF THREE GRANULAR SYSTEMIC INSECTICIDES ON NEWLY ROOTED RHODODENDRON CUTTINGS1
Charles F. Scheer Jr
pp: 248-251 — See abstract

JUVENILITY IN RELATION TO ADVENTITIOUS BUD AND ROOT INITIATION IN WOODY PLANTS
Hubert L.J. Rhodes
pp: 252-254 — See abstract

DWARF CONIFERS
Joe Cesarini
pp: 255-257 — See abstract

DWARF CONIFERS
Roy M. Nordine
pp: 258-264 — See abstract

PINE DWARF SEGREGATES FROM WITCHES'-BROOMS1
Albert G. Johnson and Scott S. Pauley
pp: 265-272 — See abstract

CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS FOR SEEDLING PRODUCTION
Donald T. Krizek, William A. Bailey, Herschel H. Klueter and Henry M. Cathey
pp: 273-280 — See abstract

CARBONIZED MIST IN PLANT PROPAGATION
J.M. Molnar and W.A. Cumming
pp: 281-287 — See abstract

CHEMICAL CONTROL OF PLANT GROWTH
P.C. Kozel
pp: 288-291 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS UNDER NUTRIENT MIST1
John A. Wott and H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 292-302 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TREES BY TUBE TECHNIOUE
Malcolm M. McLean
pp: 303-308 — See abstract

TRIMMED VERSUS UNTRIMMED CUTTINGS UNDER MIST
W.A. Cumming
pp: 309-311 — See abstract

THE EFFECT OF B-NINE AND CYCOCEL ON THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS1
Paul E. Read
pp: 312-318 — See abstract

CEDRUS DEODARA ‘KASHMIR’ AND IT'S PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 319-322 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATOR'S QUESTION BOX
Dave Patterson
pp: 323-333 — See abstract

SMALL PUBLIC GARDENS AND THEIR IMPORTANCE TO THE PLANT INDUSTRY
A.R. Knauer
pp: 334-338 — See abstract

WHAT IS A BRITISH PROPAGATOR?
James S. Wells
pp: 339-342 — See abstract

INCOMPATIBILITY SURVEY AMONG HORTICULTURAL PLANTS
S.H. Nelson
pp: 343 — See abstract

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