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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 19                 (published in 1969)

THE INFLUENCE OF AUXIN, CATECHOL AND METHANOLIC TISSUE EXTRACTS ON ROOT INITIATION IN ASEPTICALLY CULTURED SHOOT APICES OF THE JUVENILE AND ADULT FORMS OF HEDERA HELIX
Wesley P. Hackett
pp: 57-68 — See abstract

ETIOLATION AS AN AID IN PROPAGATION
George F. Ryan
pp: 69-76 — See abstract

TIMING IN CUTTING PROPAGATION AS RELATED TO DEVELOPMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY
A.N. Roberts
pp: 77-81 — See abstract

ECONOMICS OF A CONTROLLED HIGH HUMIDITY ENVIRONMENT FOR PROPAGATION
Bruce Usrey
pp: 82-84 — See abstract

CONTINUOUS MISTING
Gottlob (Rudy) Wagner
pp: 85 — See abstract

MISTING IN COLD STORAGE
Ron Klupenger
pp: 86-90 — See abstract

GRAFTING: A REVIEW OF SOME OLD AND SOME NEW TECHNIQUES
Harry B. Lagerstedt
pp: 91-96 — See abstract

EXTERNAL DETECTION OF INCOMPATIBLE DOUGLAS-FIR GRAFTS
Donald Copes
pp: 97-101 — See abstract

THE IMPORTANCE OF CLEANLINESS IN THE PROPAGATION HOUSE
Barrie D. Coate
pp: 102-104 — See abstract

ASEPTIC MULTIPLICATION OF LILY BULBLETS FROM BULB SCALES
Wesley P. Hackett
pp: 105-107 — See abstract

SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS INVOLVED IN PROPAGATION BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 108-113 — See abstract

ROOT INITIATION IN HARDWOOD CUTTINGS OF PEACH-ALMOND HYBRID CLONES
Dale E. Kester
pp: 114-117 — See abstract

EXPERIMENTS IN ROOTING HARDWOOD CUTTINGS OF RHUS COTINUS ‘ROYAL PURPLE’ — RED SMOKE TREE
Lee Rosenkranz
pp: 118 — See abstract

ROOTING HARDWOOD CUTTINGS OF FRUIT ROOTSTOCKS
Gottlob (Rudy) Wagner
pp: 119-122 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION AT A CELLULAR LEVEL: A BASIS FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS
J.P. Nitsch
pp: 123-131 — See abstract

REVIEW OF THE ROOTING OF PINES
R.L. Ticknor
pp: 132-137 — See abstract

SEED PROPAGATION AT THE SARATOGA HORTICULTURAL FOUNDATION
Brian Gage
pp: 138-140 — See abstract

DIRECT SEEDING INTO PEAT POTS
John C. Doty
pp: 141 — See abstract

SEED GERMINATION AND CULTURE OF ACER PALMATUM
W.J. Curtis
pp: 142-143 — See abstract

GROWING ACER PALMATUM FROM CUTTINGS
Richard Van Klaveren
pp: 144 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF SOME NATIVE CALIFORNIA PLANTS
Dara E. Emery
pp: 145-148 — See abstract

SOME LONG-TERM RESIDUAL EFFECTS OF RETARDANTS ON CHAMAECYPARIS LAWSONIANA "ELLWOODII" AND RHODODENDRON ‘A. R. WHITNEY’1
J.H. Crossley
pp: 149-155 — See abstract

WINTER STORAGE OF CONTAINER PLANTS
Austin Kenyon
pp: 156-159 — See abstract

MECHANIZED GLASS STRUCTURES
Henry B. Mollgaard
pp: 160-161 — See abstract

PROPAGATION TOWARD A FAST TURNOVER
Carl Zangger
pp: 162-171 — See abstract

ROSE ROOTSTOCKS — PERFORMANCE AND PROPAGATION FROM SEED
A.R. Carter
pp: 172-179 — See abstract

WORK FLOW IN THE PRODUCTION DEPARTMENT OF THE NURSERY
Brian E. Humphrey
pp: 180-191 — See abstract

RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN STRUCTURE AND ADVENTITIOUS ROOTING
A. Beryl Beakbane
pp: 192-201 — See abstract

FORGET NOT THE ESSENTIALS
R.J. Garner
pp: 202-203 — See abstract

PLASTIC SHELTER CONSTRUCTION
A.D. Weguelin
pp: 204 — See abstract

ROOTING DAPHNES FROM CUTTINGS
G.P. Chandler
pp: 205 — See abstract

PROBLEMS IN NORWAY MAPLE AND SYCAMORE-MAPLE PROPAGATION
Stephen Haines
pp: 206-207 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS AND AZALEAS AT KINSEALY
James C. Kelly
pp: 208-210 — See abstract

ACERS FROM CUTTINGS
J.M. Anstey
pp: 211-212 — See abstract

PROBLEMS IN RAISING ORNAMENTAL STOCK FROM SEED
Peter Dummer
pp: 213-215 — See abstract

THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PROPAGATOR
D.M. Donovan
pp: 216-217 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF ALPINES
J.K. Hulme
pp: 218 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF MINIATURE ROSES BY GRAFTING
D. Staton
pp: 219-220 — See abstract

BUD-GRAFTING MAGNOLIAS
D. Knuckey
pp: 221-222 — See abstract

HEATED BINS FOR ROOTING WOODY CUTTINGS
Peter Hutchinson
pp: 223-226 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PLANTS FOR CONTAINERS
R.D. Anderson
pp: 227-228 — See abstract

HOW HARD DO WE WORK?
Thomas C. Thursfield
pp: 229 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF CONIFERS BY CUTTINGS
IR B.C.M. Van Elk
pp: 232-240 — See abstract

LIGHTING — ITS EFFECT ON ROOTING AND ESTABLISHMENT OF CUTTINGS (A SHORT REVIEW)
A.B. Macdonald
pp: 241-246 — See abstract

MY APPROACH TO TEACHING PLANT PROPAGATION
P.D.A. McMillan Browse
pp: 247-248 — See abstract

VISIT TO THE BOSKOOP RESEARCH STATION

pp: 249-274 — See abstract

RESEARCH AT THE NURSERY LEVEL
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 275-278 — See abstract

COMPARISONS OF VARIOUS INDIVIDUAL MEDIA FOR DIRECT ROOTING OF CUTTINGS
James D. Murphy Jr, J.B. Gartner and M.M. Meyer
pp: 279-283 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF JUVENILE SHOOTS FROM ROOT PIECES
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 284-286 — See abstract

OUTDOOR SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION
Vincent K. Bailey
pp: 287-289 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS UNDER POLYETHYLENE TENTS
Lawrence L. Carville
pp: 290-293 — See abstract

A PRACTICAL SYSTEM OF COLD-FRAME PROPAGATION
Peter Orum
pp: 294-299 — See abstract

EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL NUTRITION AND SPRING GROWTH OF WOODY ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
M.M. Meyer Jr
pp: 300-304 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF FERTILIZERS AND GROWTH REGULATORS ON FLOWER BUD PRODUCTION OF FIELD-GROWN RHODODENDRONS
Robert L. Ticknor
pp: 305-308 — See abstract

USE OF CYCOCEL IN PREVENTING FALL LOW-TEMPERATURE DAMAGE TO AZALEAS
Andrew N. Adams Jr
pp: 309-313 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DIFFERENT PRUNUS SPECIES BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
G. Tehrani and D.A. Logan
pp: 314-319 — See abstract

INCREASED PRODUCTION OF ROOTED PRUNUS BESSEYI BAILEY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS WITH PREPLANTING SOAK IN BENOMYL1 2
P. Fiorino, J.N. Cummins and J. Gilpatrick
pp: 320-329 — See abstract

MIST PROPAGATION OF BLACK CHERRY CUTTINGS: SOME EARLY RESULTS AND PROSPECTS FOR USE IN FORESTRY
Robert E. Farmer Jr and Geraldine C. Hall
pp: 330-337 — See abstract

VARIABILITY IN ROOTING AND SURVIVAL OF CUTTINGS FROM WHITE PINE WITCHES' BROOM SEEDLINGS
Sidney Waxman
pp: 338-345 — See abstract

ACER GRISEUM AND ITS PROPAGATION
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 346-348 — See abstract

HAMAMELIS PROPAGATION
Joerg Leiss
pp: 349-352 — See abstract

GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY COST ANALYSIS
Knox M. Henry
pp: 353-356 — See abstract

A PROPAGATION SCHEDULE FOR CONTAINER PLANTS1
John J. McGuire
pp: 357-359 — See abstract

MECHANIZATION AT MEDFORD NURSERY
Earl H. Robinson
pp: 360-362 — See abstract

WATER — FRIEND OR FOE?
Richard W. Bosley
pp: 363 — See abstract

RELATIONSHIP OF ROOTSTOCK IN THE APPLE TO MATURITY AND COLD HARDINESS OF THE SCION VARIETY
David Wildung and Harold Pellett
pp: 364-370 — See abstract

HYBRIDIZING WOODY ORNAMENTALS
Elwin R. Orton Jr
pp: 371-375 — See abstract

‘GRIFFIN’ EVERGREEN MAGNOLIA
J.C. McDaniel and Sara D. Groves
pp: 376 — See abstract

NEW ORNAMENTAL TREE CULTIVARS OFFERED FROM ILLINOIS TO PROPAGATORS, 1969–70
J.C. McDaniel
pp: 377-380 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert
pp: 381-389 — See abstract

CAPTAN IN THE ROOTING MEDIUM
Manuel P. Cabrita
pp: 390 — See abstract

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ROOTING COFACTORS OF EASY AND DIFFICULT-TO-ROOT CUTTINGS OF THREE CLONES OF RHODODENDRON1
Choong Il Lee
pp: 391 — See abstract

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