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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 23                 (published in 1973)

THE HAWAIIAN ENVIRONMENT
Richard M. Bullock
pp: 31-32 — See abstract

HAWAIIAN ORNAMENTAL INDUSTRIES
H. Kamemoto
pp: 33-37 — See abstract

HAWAII LAND OF EXOTIC FRUITS AND NUTS
Gordon T. Shigeura
pp: 38-39 — See abstract

TROPICAL PLANTS ADAPTABLE TO MAINLAND LANDSCAPES
William S. Stewart
pp: 40-46 — See abstract

TISSUES CULTURE OF BROMELIADS1
Marion O. Mapes
pp: 47-55 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DOGWOODS BY CUTTINGS
Leslie K.C. Clay
pp: 56-57 — See abstract

RESEARCH AT THE NURSERY LEVEL, II
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 58-61 — See abstract

SUCCESSFUL DEFOLIATION OF NURSERY STOCK WITH CHEMICALS1
Fenton E. Larsen
pp: 62-69 — See abstract

PLANTS ARE FOR PEOPLE1
Donald P. Watson
pp: 70-76 — See abstract

ROOTING PINUS RADIATA CUTTINGS
William Barr
pp: 77-79 — See abstract

POPULATION EXPLOSION1
Richard A. Criley
pp: 80-83 — See abstract

ORNAMENTAL MUSACEAE
Bettie E. Lauchis
pp: 84-87 — See abstract

CHEMICAL CONTROL OF SOME ASPECTS OF PLANT DEVELOPMENT1
George F. Ryan
pp: 88-94 — See abstract

WEED POLLUTION
Clyde L. Elmore
pp: 95-101 — See abstract

A DAY AT EXBURY
Howard C. Brown
pp: 102-103 — See abstract

GREENHOUSE COVERS — POLYETHYLENE, FIBERGLASS, OR GLASS
Carl Zangger
pp: 104-107 — See abstract

SOME LITTLE KNOWN METHODS OF VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF SELECTED PLANTS
Margaret E. Marston
pp: 108-114 — See abstract

ROOT-SOIL RELATIONSHIPS
P.B.H. Tinker
pp: 115-120 — See abstract

THE RAPID PRODUCTION OF ERICAS, CALLUNAS AND DABOECIAS
J.C. Kelly and P. Bowbrick
pp: 121-128 — See abstract

THE BUDDING OF HAMAMELIS
G.V. Purcell
pp: 129-131 — See abstract

NARCISSUS PROGPAGATION
H.J. Eaton
pp: 132-134 — See abstract

EXPERIENCES WITH THE USE OF THE "NISULAR ROLL"
Henry Jackson
pp: 135-136 — See abstract

NUTRITION OF CUTTINGS UNDER MIST
J.L.W. Deen
pp: 137-140 — See abstract

THE ABSORPTION OF NUTRIENT MIST INTO CUTTINGS
John A. Wott and H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 141-146 — See abstract

SIMPLIFIED METHOD FOR THE PROPAGATION OF PLUM HARDWOOD CUTTINS IN SYRIA1
N. Nahlawi
pp: 147-148 — See abstract

PLANNING A PRODUCTION FLOWLINE
John Edmonds
pp: 149-153 — See abstract

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS AT BOSKOOP
B.C.M. Van Elk
pp: 154-160 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF THE PLANT PROPAGATOR IN THE AMERICAN MAIL-ORDER COMMUNITY
Ralph Shugert
pp: 161-166 — See abstract

CERTAIN ASPECTS OF PROPAGATION IN HOLLAND AND GERMANY
George C. Thorburn
pp: 167-169 — See abstract

INITIATING A PROPAGATION PROGRAMME AT KINSEALY
J.G.D. Lamb
pp: 170-176 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF GARRYA ELLIPTICA
David Ridgway
pp: 177-179 — See abstract

PRELIMINARY TRIALS WITH PULVERISED PINE BARK AS A ROOTING MEDIUM
Arthur Turner
pp: 180-182 — See abstract

SYNTHETIC PROPAGATION BLOCKS
R.J. Hares
pp: 183-186 — See abstract

SEARCHING FOR DWARFING ROOTSTOCKS FOR SWEET CHERRIES
R.J. Garner
pp: 187-190 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF HOLLY [ILEX AQUIFOLIUM] UNDER DOUBLE GLASS
C.D. Dempster
pp: 191-192 — See abstract

RESEARCH INTO BUDDING ACERS AND OTHER DIFFICULT SUBJECTS
B.H. Howard
pp: 193-194 — See abstract

NEW CONCEPTS IN BUDDING AND GRAFTING EUCALYPTUS
O.A. Jolly Batcheller
pp: 195-200 — See abstract

THE NEXT TEN YEARS
Richard W Bosley
pp: 201-202 — See abstract

A MEASURE OF THE CONSISTENCY OF THE RESPONSE OF CUTTINGS TO PROPAGATION TREATMENTS AS A GUIDE TO THE VALUE OF EXPERIMENTS ON NURSERIES1
B.H. Howard
pp: 203-211 — See abstract

HORMONES AND PROPAGATION
P.F. WAREING
pp: 212-221 — See abstract

THE USE OF HARDWOOD BARK AS A GROWTH MEDIUM
J.B. Gartner, S.M. Still and J.E. Klett
pp: 222-231 — See abstract

DETERMINATION OF AIR­FILLED PORE SPACE FOR CONTAINER­GROWN NURSERY STOCK
Fred K. Buscher and David Van Doren
pp: 232-234 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND GROWING OF CONTAINER STOCK IN NORTHERN FLORIDA
John P. Sparmann
pp: 235-237 — See abstract

VAPOR PRESSURE DEFICIT AND POLYETHYLENE IN PLANT PROPAGATION1
James Slezinski and Harold Davidson
pp: 238-241 — See abstract

LOW COST PERMANENT PROPAGATING STRUCTURES
Carl Orndorff
pp: 242-246 — See abstract

NEW PROPAGATING HOUSE USING PLASTIC PIPE BOTTOM HEAT
James H. Kyle
pp: 247-250 — See abstract

CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE OVER­WINTERING PROGRAM
Gied Stroombeek
pp: 251-254 — See abstract

WINTER PROTECTION OF CONTAINER PLANTS1
Francis R. Gouin
pp: 255-258 — See abstract

SEEDLING PROPAGATION SYMPOSIUM
Ralph Shugert
pp: 259-261 — See abstract

DORMANCY IN SEEDS OF TEMPERATE ZONE WOODY PLANTS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 262-265 — See abstract

SEED STRATIFICATION
Harold Pellett
pp: 266-275 — See abstract

SEEDBED MANAGEMENT
Thomas S. Pinney Jr
pp: 276-280 — See abstract

SEEDLING PROPAGATION — SOLVING THE SEED SOURCE PROBLEM
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 281-283 — See abstract

SEEDLING PROPAGATION OF DIFFICULT SPECIES
C.W.M. Hess Jr
pp: 284-288 — See abstract

CONTROLLED RELEASE GROWTH REGULATORS FOR PLANT GROWTH CONTROL AND ROOTING OF CUTTINGS1
Paul E. Read, Vincent L. Herman and Paiboolya Gavinlertvatana
pp: 289-295 — See abstract

EFFECT OF FORMULATION ON UPTAKE OF 3-INDOLEACETIC ACID IN CUTTINGS1
John J. McGuire
pp: 296-304 — See abstract

WEDNESDAY EVENING SESSION
William E. Snyder
pp: 305 — See abstract

SUCCESS OR FAILURE WITH HERBICIDES?1
Thomas A. Fretz and Elton M. Smith
pp: 306-314 — See abstract

HERBICIDES COMBINATIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN CONTAINER NURSERY STOCK1
Thomas A. Fretz
pp: 315-319 — See abstract

CHEMICALS HELP CONTROL WEEDS IN CONTAINERS
Charles H. Parkerson
pp: 320-322 — See abstract

CHEMICAL WEED CONTROL IN LINING-OUT BEDS
Elton M. Smith
pp: 323-325 — See abstract

HERBICIDES AND COMBINATION IN FIELD LINERS
William J. Bennett
pp: 326-330 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY IN THE NURSERY
Paul L. Smeal
pp: 331-332 — See abstract

PROGRAM FOR GROWING CRABAPPLES
John B. Roller
pp: 333-334 — See abstract

GRAFTING TO OBTAIN UNSUAL SHAPES AND FORMS
R. Wayne Mezitt
pp: 335-338 — See abstract

SUCCESSES AND FAILURES IN GRAFTING JAPANESE MAPLES
Richard P. Wolff
pp: 339-344 — See abstract

GROWING CRAPEMYRTLES IN A MARGINAL CLIMATE
Ben Davis II and Lonnie Lankford
pp: 345-346 — See abstract

ALL YEAR PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS BY CUTTINGS
Michael J. Medeiros
pp: 347-350 — See abstract

OBSERVATIONS ON THE ROOTING OF RHODENDRONS
Arie Radder
pp: 351-355 — See abstract

PROPAGATORS' POTPOURRI
Lawrence Carville
pp: 356-363 — See abstract

INAUGURAL SESSION
Ellaby Martin
pp: 364-365 — See abstract

A METHOD FOR THE VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF HARDY WATER LILIES[NYMPHAEA]
E.E Toleman
pp: 366-368 — See abstract

ASPECTS OF FERN PROPAGATION
R.E Lycette
pp: 369-370 — See abstract

LEAF-BUD CUTTINGS
R.M C. Scott
pp: 371 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DAPHNES
B. Haggo
pp: 372-373 — See abstract

GRAFTING TROPICAL HIBISCUS
A.W. Palmer
pp: 374-375 — See abstract

SUMMARY OF NEW PLYMOUTH FIELD DAY
Judith Cowan
pp: 376-379 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PROTEACEAE BY CUTTINGS
B.L. McKenzie
pp: 380 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DWARF ORNAMENTAL CONIFERS
B. Blackman
pp: 382-383 — See abstract

PEAT/SAWDUST MIXTURE AS A PROPAGATING MEDIUM
Judith M. Cowan
pp: 384-387 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTURE OF RAOULIAS
T. Hatch
pp: 388 — See abstract

PHYSIOLOGY OF ROOT INITIATION
B.T. Bulloch
pp: 389-390 — See abstract

CHEMICALS AND THE REGULATION OF PLANT GROWTH
A.S. Edmonds
pp: 391-395 — See abstract

INAUGURAL MEETING IPPS AUSTRALIAN CHAPTER­AT­LARGE
Jack Pike
pp: 396 — See abstract

THE PLANT PROPAGATOR HOLDS THE FUTURE IN HIS HANDS
James S. Wells
pp: 397-403 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF VIRUS­SYMPTOMLESS MATERIAL
Michael G. Mullins
pp: 404-410 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CONTAINER­GROWN ROSES
Roy Rumsey
pp: 411-414 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF RHODODENDRON PROPAGATION
A.J. Teese
pp: 415-416 — See abstract

THE SELECTION OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS FOR CULTIVATION
R.J.E. Davidson
pp: 417-419 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF GREVILLEA PROPAGATION
V. Levey
pp: 420-422 — See abstract

GRAFTING OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
J. W. Wrigley
pp: 423-426 — See abstract

STORAGE AND MANIPULATION OF PLANT PROPAGATION MATERIAL
D.H. Simons
pp: 427-434 — See abstract

TREATMENT OF SOIL WITH AERATED STEAM
Jack Pike
pp: 435-440 — See abstract

AERATED STEAM TREATMENT OF SEED1
Alan Newport
pp: 441 — See abstract

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