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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 25                 (published in 1975)

PROPAGATION OF DOGWOOD BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
R.L. Ticknor
pp: 29-30 — See abstract

FIELD BUDDING PRACTICES
John Mathies
pp: 31-32 — See abstract

ACER GRANDIDENTATUM AND ITS PROPAGATION
Philip A. Barker
pp: 33-38 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ACER PALMATUM CULTIVARS FROM HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Lawrence L. Carville
pp: 39-47 — See abstract

GRAPEVINE PROPAGATION — FIELD BUDDING, A MODIFIED CUT, AND THE USE OF PLASTIC TAPE
Curtis J. Alley
pp: 48-52 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WALNUTS, ALMONDS AND PISTACHIOS IN CALIFORNIA
W. Joel Hall
pp: 53-57 — See abstract

DWARFING ROOTSTOCKS FOR STONE FRUITS
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 58-62 — See abstract

KIWI PROPAGATION
Karl W. Opitz and James Beutel
pp: 63-67 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF MAHONIA AQUIFOLIUM
Robert M. Boddy
pp: 68-71 — See abstract

THE MYSTERIES OF RHODODENDRON PROPAGATION
Ted Van Veen
pp: 72-73 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA/URSI BY CUTTINGS
Verl L. Holden
pp: 74-76 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF GAULTHERIA SHALLON (SALAL)
Morris Van Meter
pp: 77-78 — See abstract

PROPAGATING MAGNOLIAS
W.D. Christie
pp: 79-80 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DWARF CONIFERS
John Mitsch
pp: 81-84 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
James O’Friel and Bruce Usrey
pp: 85-90 — See abstract

DIRECT CANNING OF ROOTED CUTTINGS INTO ONE GALLON CONTAINERS
Barry A. Eisenberg
pp: 91-95 — See abstract

WINTER PROTECTION OF NURSERY STOCK WEBFOOT STYLE
Bill Curtis
pp: 96-97 — See abstract

MATERIALS HANDLING AND MECHANIZATION OF HARDY NURSERY STOCK
Richard Flint
pp: 98-101 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZA EFFECTS FOLLOWING SOIL FUMIGATION
D.A. Newcomb
pp: 102-104 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAE­PLANT RELATIONSHIPS
J.A. Dangerfield
pp: 105-111 — See abstract

FUNGICIDES AND THEIR SPECTRA
David J. Ormrod
pp: 112-115 — See abstract

NURSERY UNDERSTANDING OF TISSUE CULTURE
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 116-118 — See abstract

USING TISSUE CULTURE FOR VEGETATIVELY PROPAGATING AND IMPROVING ASPARAGUS PRODUCTION AND QUALITY
W.J. Clore and Hsu-Jen Yang
pp: 119-121 — See abstract

MASS PRODUCTION OF BOSTON FERN THROUGH TISSUE CULTURE
Randall W. Burr
pp: 122-124 — See abstract

DIFFERENTIATION OF ADVENTITIOUS BUDS ON DOUGLAS-FIR EMBRYOS IN VITRO
Harry E. Sommer
pp: 125-128 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS BY TISSUE CULTURE: PART 1. DEVELOPMENT OF A CULTURE MEDIUM FOR MULTIPLICATION OF SHOOTS1 2
Wilbur C. Anderson
pp: 129-135 — See abstract

WATER QUALITY AND PLANT GROWTH
Bayne F. Vance
pp: 136-143 — See abstract

PRESENT POSITION AND FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR THE BRITISH NURSERY INDUSTRY
John Rendell
pp: 144-153 — See abstract

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF NURSERY ECONOMICS
Hugh Nunn
pp: 154-158 — See abstract

THE IMPORTANCE OF COSTINGS FOR EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT
David Barnes
pp: 159-162 — See abstract

BENEFITS FROM METHOD STUDY IN CUTTING PROPAGATION
Geoff J.E. Yates
pp: 163-166 — See abstract

REDUCING COSTS BY CHANGING FROM INTENSIVE TO EXTENSIVE PROPAGATION METHODS
Janice Anstey
pp: 167-171 — See abstract

A TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION OF THREE PROPAGATING UNITS IN GUERNSEY
Roy Bisson
pp: 172-176 — See abstract

SPEEDING UP OAK PRODUCTION WITH EXTENDED DAYLENGTH
S.J.F. Maxfield
pp: 177-178 — See abstract

RE-USE OF POLYTHENE IN MECHANISED STERILISATION OF SOIL1
H. Jackson
pp: 179-180 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION UNIT: LAYOUT AND EQUIPMENT TO AID HANDLING
B.E. Humphrey
pp: 181-185 — See abstract

FACTORS AFFECTING THE USE OF MUNG BEAN CUTTINGS AS A RESEARCH TOOL IN VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION
Nina Bassuk
pp: 186-189 — See abstract

NURSERY PRACTICE IN RELATION TO THE CARBOHYDRATE RESOURCES OF LEAFLESS HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Nicholas J. Cheffins
pp: 190-193 — See abstract

VIRUS DISEASES OF ORNAMENTAL TREES AND SHRUBS
J.I. Cooper
pp: 194-205 — See abstract

THE GROWTH REGULATOR "ATRINAL," AN AID TO MANAGEMENT
David Miller
pp: 206-209 — See abstract

STAKING IN RELATION TO GROWTH AND FORM
Robert J. Garner
pp: 210-214 — See abstract

EXTENSIVE METHODS OF RAISING CONIFER PLANTS
Paul Biggin
pp: 215-216 — See abstract

INTENSIVE PLANT PRODUCTION
R.C.B. Johnstone
pp: 217-218 — See abstract

TREE BIOLOGY RESEARCH AND PLANT PROPAGATION
K.A. Longman
pp: 219-237 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF AUSTRALIAN PLANTS
Natalie Peate
pp: 238-241 — See abstract

LIGHT IN PROPAGATION
Ross James
pp: 242-245 — See abstract

EXPERIMENTAL TECHNIQUES USED IN BANKSIA GRAFTING
Colin J. Wilson
pp: 246-252 — See abstract

RAISING RADIATA PINE AND EUCALYPT SEEDLINGS BY AN INDUSTRIAL FORESTRY COMPANY IN GIPPSLAND, VICTORIA
K.P. Richmond
pp: 253-258 — See abstract

ADVANCES IN PLANT HORMONES
William J. Greenhalgh
pp: 259-261 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE IN PLANT RESEARCH AND THE ORNAMENTALS INDUSTRY
Jonathan Sutton
pp: 262-268 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTURE OF AFRICAN VIOLETS
Henry C. Jackson
pp: 269-271 — See abstract

SAWDUST AS A CONTAINER GROWING MEDIUM
Peter E. Albery
pp: 272-274 — See abstract

BUDDING AND GRAFTING TECHNIQUES IN THE PRODUCTION OF STREET TREES
Nelson R. Wilson
pp: 275-276 — See abstract

REGENERATION OF STRAWBERRY PLANTS FROM TISSUE CULTURES
Edward C.M. Lee and R.A. De Fossard
pp: 277-285 — See abstract

TOWARDS A POLICY FOR A CAREER STRUCTURE IN ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
R.F. Martyr
pp: 286-290 — See abstract

A METHOD FOR BREAKING SEED DORMANCY IN BORONIA SPP., ERIOSTEMON SPP. AND OTHER NATIVE AUSTRALIAN SPECIES
G.J. Whitehorne and D.K. McIntyre
pp: 291-293 — See abstract

A TECHNIQUE FOR THE ACCELERATED PRODUCTION OF COMMERCIALLY ACCEPTABLE CITRUS CLONES FROM SEED
Ian S. Tolley
pp: 294-297 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TREE FERNS FROM SPORES
Ruth F. Elliott
pp: 298-301 — See abstract

THE APPLICATION AND USES OF TERRAZOLE SOIL FUNGICIDE
Glenn A. Dye
pp: 302-305 — See abstract

THE PURPOSE AND OPERATION OF A NUCLEAR STOCK UNIT
K.L. Davey
pp: 306-309 — See abstract

PLANT TISSUE CULTURE — POSSIBLE APPLICATIONS IN THE NEW ZEALAND NURSERY INDUSTRY
Daniel Cohen
pp: 310-315 — See abstract

NEW ZEALAND PEAT-SAND MIXES, INCLUDING THE USE OF ZINC
E. Milton Johnson
pp: 316-318 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF PROPAGATION INFLUENCING THE LANDSCAPE GARDENER
W. Featherstone
pp: 319-321 — See abstract

HEAT THERAPHY: METHOD AND APPLICATION TO CONTROL PLANT VIRUSES
Garry A. Wood
pp: 322-324 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF THE TECHNICAL CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTE IN THE HORTICULTURAL INDUSTRY IN NEW ZEALAND
James S. Say
pp: 325-333 — See abstract

AN EMPLOYEE‘S VIEW OF CURRENT HORTICULTURAL PRACTICES IN EUROPE
Ruth E. Hills
pp: 334-337 — See abstract

ASPECTS OF KAURI PROPAGATION BY SEED
A.J. Dakin and B.R. McClure
pp: 338-343 — See abstract

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF ROOTING AND GROWTH OF RIMU CUTTINGS
A.J. Dakin and E.B. Mearns
pp: 344-350 — See abstract

THE CARE AND PREPARATION OF PLANTS FOR EXPORT
R.T. Burton
pp: 351-352 — See abstract

THE "SWISS ROLL" METHOD OF RAISING CUTTINGS AND SEEDLINGS
Sid Desborough
pp: 353-357 — See abstract

USE OF HARDWOOD BARK AS A ROOTING MEDIUM
R. Maleike, Anne B. Samples, A. D. Zaeske and G. D. Coorts
pp: 358-361 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF HEMEROCALLIS — INCLUDING TISSUE CULTURE1
Darrel A. Apps and Charles W. Heuser
pp: 362-367 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF SELECTED ORNAMENTAL SPECIES IN SOUTH FLORIDA
P. L. Neel
pp: 368-373 — See abstract

CONTROLLING QUACKGRASS IN THE NURSERY
Elton M. Smith
pp: 374-376 — See abstract

GERMINATING PALM SEEDS
Edward J. Bunker
pp: 377-378 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF BEDDING PLANT PRODUCTION IN QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA
Marcus A. Petersen
pp: 379-380 — See abstract

SOME EUCALYPTS OF THE AUSTRALIAN HIGH COUNTRY
Marianne Macmillan
pp: 381-383 — See abstract

SOME ORNAMENTAL EUCALYPTS FOR DRY AREAS
Natalie F. Peate
pp: 384-385 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CODIAEUMS CROTONS BY TIP CUTTINGS
Ian D. Raward
pp: 386 — See abstract

A SUCCESSFUL TECHNIQUE FOR GRAFTING HIBISCUS
Alex Scott
pp: 387-388 — See abstract

CREATION OF A RAINFOREST IN THE CANBERRA BOTANIC GARDENS
D.K. McIntyre
pp: 389 — See abstract

HAND POLLINATING SOME PHILODENDRON CULTIVARS
Leonard Dellow
pp: 390 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PHORMIUM TENAX ‘VARIEGATA’ AND P. TENAX ‘RUBRUM’
Adrian G. Bowden
pp: 391 — See abstract

PHYSIOLOGY OF ROOTS
Luke S. Albert
pp: 392-399 — See abstract

GROWTH REGULATORS AND ROOTING OF CUTTINGS OF WOODY ORNAMENTAL PLANTS1
John J. McGuire and Judith Y. Flock
pp: 400-402 — See abstract

REGULATION OF PLANT GROWTH BY RAIN AND MIST
H.B. Tukey Jr.
pp: 403-407 — See abstract

GROUND COVER SODS — AN ECONOMIC AND PRODUCTION POSSIBILITY?1
Richard B. Sterrett and T. Davis Sydnor
pp: 408-412 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF PINUS STROBUS BY NEEDLE FASCICLES1
Michael A. Cohen
pp: 413-419 — See abstract

SOME FACTORS AFFECTING PROPAGATION OF DOUGLAS FIR
H.S. Bhella
pp: 420-424 — See abstract

VIRUS­INDEXED PRODUCTION OF RASPBERRIES AND GRAPES
Henry A. Weller
pp: 425-428 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION — DOES IT FALL SHORT OF THE MARK?
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 429-430 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION — DOES IT GALL SHORT OF THE MARK?
Paul L. Smeal
pp: 431-432 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION — DOES IT FALL SHORT OF THE MARK?
Gary Long
pp: 433-434 — See abstract

HORTICULTURE EDUCATION — DOES IT FALL SHORT OF THE MARK?
Kent Tallman
pp: 435 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION — DOES IT FALL SHORT OF THE MARK?
Wayne Lovelace
pp: 436-441 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL THERAPY — HOW IT’S WORKING
Ray E. Halward
pp: 442-443 — See abstract

ASEPTIC CULTURE OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN THE PLANT PROPAGATION CLASS
Dean R. Evert and Mary A. Holt
pp: 444-447 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF PROPAGATION CONTAINER SIZE ON DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH QUALITY SEEDLINGS
Randy E. Davis and Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 448-453 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ILEX VERTICILLATA1
Hugh C. Boylan and Harold Davidson
pp: 454-458 — See abstract

AWARD OF MERIT PRESENTATION
Al Fordham
pp: 459 — See abstract

AZALEA RESEARCH
Raymond L. Self
pp: 460-464 — See abstract

POTENTIAL HERBICIDE COMBINATIONS FOR WEED CONTROL IN SHADE TREES
Steven C. Prochaska and Thomas A. Fretz
pp: 465-470 — See abstract

EVALUATION OF EIGHT HERBICIDES IN CONTAINER NURSERY STOCK
Grady L. Wadsworth
pp: 471-476 — See abstract

PRODUCTION SYSTEM FOR JUNIPERUS HORIZONTALIS CULTIVARS IN THE SOUTH — CUTTINGS TO FIVE GALLON SIZE
John B. Wight Jr.
pp: 477-479 — See abstract

ORDER FILLING AND SHIPPING OF CONTAINER-GROWN PLANTS
John Giles
pp: 480-481 — See abstract

EFFECT OF COMPOSTED HARDWOOD BARK AND PEAT CONTAINER MEDIA ON GROWTH OF SELECTED ERICACEOUS PLANTS1
R.J. Raker and Harry A.J. Hoitink
pp: 482-484 — See abstract

EFFECT OF AUXIN COFACTORS ON ROOTING AND THE EFFECT OF GIBBERELLIC ACID ON SHOOT GROWTH OF LILAC SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS1
Krystyna Bojarczuk
pp: 485-491 — See abstract

METHODS OF APPLYING CYTOKININS TO LEAF CUTTINGS OF RIEGER BEGONIAS
F.T. Davies Jr. and B.C. Moser
pp: 492-499 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
William Snyder and Charles Parkerson
pp: 500 — See abstract

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