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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 22                 (published in 1972)

WHAT'S NEW DOWN UNDER
Wesley A. Humphrey
pp: 67-72 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF VIRUS-TESTED STRAWBERRY STOCKS
Richard H. Converse
pp: 73-76 — See abstract

FREEZE-DAMAGE CONTROL IN FOREST NURSERIES
C. J. Allison
pp: 77-82 — See abstract

PALLETIZATION IN THE PROPAGATION OF NURSERY STOCK
William A. Smith
pp: 83-85 — See abstract

EASTERN OVERWINTERING STRUCTURES
Richard Bosley
pp: 86-87 — See abstract

HOT-WATER TREATMENT OF GERANIUM CUTTINGS
Douglas J. Phillips
pp: 88-90 — See abstract

TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN PROPAGATION
Howard C. Brown
pp: 91-92 — See abstract

TEACHING TECHNIQUES IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 93-97 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION TEACHING TECHNIQUES
Edward J. Jelenfy
pp: 98 — See abstract

Teaching Techniques in Plant Propagation
O.A. Batcheller
pp: 98-110 — See abstract

SHADE TREE PROPAGATION
Frank J. Schmidt Jr
pp: 111-115 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DOGWOODS
Leslie K.C. Clay
pp: 116-118 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CERTAIN FRUIT TREE UNDERSTOCKS
Ivan Arneson
pp: 119-122 — See abstract

SUPPLEMENTAL HORMONE APPLICATIONS
Myrtle Fish
pp: 123-125 — See abstract

HORMONE POWDER MODIFICATION
Linda Rumgay
pp: 126-128 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF SEVERAL HERBICIDES ON PROPAGATION OF FOUR ORNAMENTALS
Robert L. Ticknor
pp: 129-138 — See abstract

COMPATIBLE UNDERSTOCK IN FORESTRY
Bill Webb
pp: 139-141 — See abstract

THE INFLUENCE OF SHOOT ORIGIN ON THE ROOTING OF DOUGLAS-FIR STEM CUTTINGS
D. Kim Black
pp: 142-159 — See abstract

USE OF GROWTH REGULATORS IN ROOTING CUTTINGS OF WOODY PLANTS
M.N. Westwood
pp: 160-167 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF PRIMULA
Dorothy Dickson
pp: 168-169 — See abstract

SANITATION IN RHODODENDRON PROPAGATION
Robert Whalley
pp: 170-173 — See abstract

ORCHID PROPAGATION BY IN VITRO CULTURE TECHNIQUES
Richard J. Smith
pp: 174-177 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PHAEDRANTHUS BUCCINATORIUS (BIGNONIA CHERERE), BLOOD RED TRUMPET VINE
Jiro Matsuyama
pp: 178-180 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TROPICAL CROP PLANTS1
Robert M. Warner
pp: 181-189 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF KALMIA LATIFOLIA
John E. Eichelser
pp: 190-191 — See abstract

OBSERVATIONS ON PROPAGATION OF ASIATIC MAPLES
J.D. Vertrees
pp: 192-212 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF COTONEASTERS
Basil S. Fox
pp: 213-218 — See abstract

SOME PLANT PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES CURRENTLY BEING USED IN JAPAN
D.W. Robinson
pp: 219-228 — See abstract

NURSERY EXPERIMENT INTERIM REPORT
Brian H. Howard
pp: 229 — See abstract

THE LONG ASHTON BUDWOOD DE-LEAFING MACHINE
C. G. Thomas
pp: 230-232 — See abstract

STERILIZATION OF OUTDOOR SEEDBEDS
D.C. Harris
pp: 233-237 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DWARF PICEAS AT KINSEALY
James C. Kelly
pp: 238-239 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF JAPANESE MAPLES AT KINSEALY
J.G.D. Lamb
pp: 240-242 — See abstract

SOME PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES OF RHODODENDRONS AT A NURSERY IN THE UNITED STATES1
Clive Deeble
pp: 243-245 — See abstract

LIGHT AND THE PLANT PROPAGATOR
A.E. Canham
pp: 246-255 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF "SIX-WEEK ROSES" IN ROCKWOOL
Odd Bøvre
pp: 256-259 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME SHRUB ROSES BY GRAFTING AND BY CUTTINGS
D.M Donovan
pp: 260-261 — See abstract

CONIFER PRODUCTION FROM CUTTINGS
B.H. Elliott
pp: 262-263 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP A. PROPAGATION UNDER POLYTHENE TUNNELS
J.L.W. DEEN
pp: 264-265 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP B. FIELD BUDDING
STEPHEN HAINES
pp: 266-267 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP C. BENCH GRAFTING
DOUGLAS WEGUELIN
pp: 268-270 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP D. AZALEA PRODUCTION
ARTHUR R. CARTER
pp: 271-274 — See abstract

GRAFTING CAMELLIA SINENSIS
I.P. Scarborough
pp: 275-278 — See abstract

A CHEAP AND SUCCESSFUL METHOD OF GRAFTING ROBINIA PSEUDOACACIA ‘FRISIA’
D. Knuckey
pp: 279 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF AUXIN IN ROOT INITIATION IN CUTTINGS1
Arie Altman
pp: 280-294 — See abstract

VISIT TO BLOOMS NURSERIES LIMITED, BRESSINGHAM, DISS, NORFOLK ON THURSDAY, 8TH JUNE 1972
A.B. Macdonald
pp: 295-296 — See abstract

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN PROPAGATION BLOCKS
D.J. Cook
pp: 297-299 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF CERTAIN DECIDUOUS PLANTS BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
D.N. Whalley
pp: 304-317 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS GROUP C. ORNAMENTAL TREES FROM SEED
P.D.A. MCMILLAN BROWSE
pp: 318-339 — See abstract

MARKETING WHAT IS PROPAGATED: SOME EXPERIENCES FROM THE GOLDEN WEST
Richard G. Maire
pp: 340-344 — See abstract

PROPAGATION IS JUST THE BEGINNING
James E. Cross
pp: 345-351 — See abstract

THE ROOTSTOCK SITUATION FOR TREE FRUITS AND GRAPES IN CALIFORNIA
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 352-359 — See abstract

SUBMERSION INCREASES ETHYLENE AND STIMULATES ROOTING IN CUTTINGS1
Makoto Kawase
pp: 360-367 — See abstract

ETHREL FOR BREAKING DORMANCY IN SEEDS OF SOME WOODY PLANTS1
David F. Hamilton
pp: 368-373 — See abstract

ROOTING CUTTINGS FROM PLANTS TREATED WITH HERBICIDES
John F. Ahrens
pp: 374-389 — See abstract

ACCELERATED GROWTH OF BIRCH IN CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENTS
Donald T. Krizek
pp: 390-395 — See abstract

PLASTIC STRUCTURES FOR ACCELERATED PLANT GROWTH
Elton M. Smith
pp: 396-397 — See abstract

GROWING NURSERY STOCK ON ORGANIC SOILS
Jan L. Jansen
pp: 398-400 — See abstract

EFFECT OF FLOWERING ON SURVIVAL OF RHODODENDRON MUCRONULATUM ‘CORNELL PINK’
Sidney Waxman
pp: 401-412 — See abstract

SOME FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH VEGETATIVELY PROPAGATING SUGAR MAPLE BY STEM CUTTINGS
John R. Donnelly and Harry W. Yawney
pp: 413-430 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHUS AROMATICA BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Ray E. Halward
pp: 431-433 — See abstract

SOILS, PLANTS AND WATER1
Robert W. Langhans and L.A. Spomer
pp: 434-446 — See abstract

OVERHEAD WATERING OF CONTAINERS
David L. Morrison
pp: 447-450 — See abstract

USE OF A WETTING AGENT TO HELP CONTROL THE APPLICATION AND USE OF WATER
James S. Wells
pp: 451-453 — See abstract

HAVE YOU CONSIDERED WATER QUALITY?
Ralph N. Freeman
pp: 454-465 — See abstract

RHODODENDRON PRODUCTION SYSTEM AT THE CONARD-PYLE COMPANY
Richard T. Vanderbilt
pp: 466 — See abstract

A SYSTEM FOR PRODUCING RHODODENDRONS
Jeremy Wells
pp: 467-469 — See abstract

SYSTEMS FOR RHODODENDRONS
Michael D. Johnson
pp: 470-475 — See abstract

ATTRACTING YOUNG PEOPLE TO HORTICULTURE — FROM A NURSERYMAN'S VIEW
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 476-479 — See abstract

ATTRACTING YOUNG PEOPLE TO HORTICULTURE — FROM A UNIVERSITY VIEW
John A. Wott
pp: 480-489 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATORS' QUESTION BOX
Alfred Fordham
pp: 490 — See abstract

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