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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 26                 (published in 1976)

REFORESTATION WITH VEGETATIVELY PROPAGATED TREES
William J. Libby
pp: 27-31 — See abstract

PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES FOR MAHONIA × ‘ARTHUR MENZIES’
Richard Van Klaveren
pp: 32-34 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF RHUBARB AND ASPARAGUS AS NURSERY CROPS
Edward V. Clark
pp: 35-36 — See abstract

ELM CUTTINGS FOR BONSAI TRAINING
Donald S. Croxton
pp: 37 — See abstract

EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND CLIMATIC FACTORS ON SEASONALLY OF BANANA PRODUCTION IN HAWAII1
R.M. Warner and R.L. Fox
pp: 38-47 — See abstract

INSECT BIOLOGICAL CONTROL
Carlton S. Koehler
pp: 48-51 — See abstract

AERATED STEAM TREATMENT OF NURSERY SOILS
Kenneth F. Baker
pp: 52-62 — See abstract

SQUARELY TOWARD THE FUTURE
Tok Furuta
pp: 63-70 — See abstract

THE RELATIONSHIP OF JUVENILITY TO PLANT PROPAGATION
D.E. Kester
pp: 71-84 — See abstract

EUCALYPTUS PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES
Barrie Coate
pp: 85 — See abstract

FERN PROPAGATION
Hildegard Sander
pp: 86 — See abstract

CONTAINER­GROWN RHODODENDRONS
Robert M. Boddy
pp: 87-94 — See abstract

ROOT PROMOTION ON STEM CUTTINGS OF SEVERAL ORNAMENTAL PLANT SPECIES BY ACID OR BASE PRETREATMENT
C.I. Lee, J.L. Paul and W.P. Hackett
pp: 95-99 — See abstract

THE CREATIVE SEARCH FOR NEW F1 HYBRID FLOWERS
Glenn A. Goldsmith
pp: 100-106 — See abstract

PLANT HUNTING IN ENGLISH GARDENS
Paul Picton
pp: 107-112 — See abstract

SOME APPROACHES TO PROPAGATION PROBLEMS IN THE EARLY MULTIPLICATION OF NEW CLONES OF WOODY FRUIT PLANTS
B.H. Howard
pp: 113-115 — See abstract

PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES OBSERVED ON A RECENT TOUR OF AMERICA
Richard Flint
pp: 116 — See abstract

POTENTIAL EFFECTIVENESS OF GROWTH REGULANTS ON ORNAMENTALS
Derek Wade
pp: 117-126 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF UNDERSTOCKS FOR HAMAMELIS
J.G.D. Lamb
pp: 127-129 — See abstract

THE SELECTION AND PROPAGATION OF DWARF CONIFERS
H.J. Welch
pp: 130-135 — See abstract

HARDY ORNAMENTAL STOCK BEDS
Douglas Anderson
pp: 136-138 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF PLANTS FROM SEED
Denis Fordham
pp: 139-144 — See abstract

THE PRODUCTION OF CONTAINER-GROWN TREES BY BENCH GRAFTING — SOME CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS
Claire F. Howe
pp: 145-149 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF NORWAY MAPLE CULTIVARS BY BENCH GRAFTING
Chris Lane
pp: 150-152 — See abstract

CONTAINER­GROWN TREES
Michael Clift
pp: 153-154 — See abstract

CHIP­BUDDING POTTED STOCKS UNDER GLASS
B.H. Howard
pp: 155-157 — See abstract

THE APPLICATION OF TECHNIQUES AND SYSTEMS USED IN THE RAISING OF GLASSHOUSE AND OUTDOOR VEGETABLE CROPS TO NURSERY STOCK PRODUCTION
A.G. Biggs
pp: 158-164 — See abstract

HOW TO TEACH ONE'S OWN SKILLS TO MEMBERS OF STAFF
Kingsley Bungard
pp: 165-168 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF JAPANESE MAPLES BY GRAFTING
D.C. Harris
pp: 169-172 — See abstract

TAXUS PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS
Charles Scheer
pp: 173 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TAXUS IN NORTHERN OHIO
James E. Sabo
pp: 174-176 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TAXUS BY CUTTINGS
Gerald Verkade
pp: 177 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TAXUS CUTTINGS
Joseph P. Von Kornya
pp: 178-179 — See abstract

FROM QUEST TO SYSTEM IN MEDIUM RESEARCH
Betsy Scarborough
pp: 180-182 — See abstract

HOW TO GROW MINIATURE ROSES
Ezequiel Collazo
pp: 183-184 — See abstract

INJURY TO SELECTED PLANTS DUE TO FLOURIDE TOXICITY
R.W. Henley, R.T. Poole and C.A. Conover
pp: 185-189 — See abstract

LEAF ANALYSIS — A GROWTH INDICATOR
Elton M. Smith
pp: 190-192 — See abstract

COMPOSTING SEWAGE SLUDGE IN THE NURSERY
Harold E. Stoner
pp: 193-194 — See abstract

MARKED GROWTH RESPONSE OF WOODY PLANTS WITH SCREENED COMPOSTED SEWAGE SLUDGE
Francis R. Gouin
pp: 195-200 — See abstract

TEMPERATURE RELATIONSHIP IN ROOT INITIATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF CUTTINGS1
Brian Dykeman
pp: 201-207 — See abstract

NUTRITION OF ORNAMENTAL CROPS1
Michael A. Dirr and David J. Williams
pp: 208-210 — See abstract

HYPOBARIC STORAGE — AN OVERVIEW
George L. Staby
pp: 211-214 — See abstract

LOW PRESSURE STORAGE OF ROOTED AND UNROOTED GERANIUMS
Barry A. Eisenberg, George L. Staby, Thomas A. Fretz and Terry R. Erwin
pp: 215-219 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
William Flemer III
pp: 220 — See abstract

DECIDUOUS AZALEA LINER PRODUCTION
Walter F. Grampp
pp: 220-221 — See abstract

INTERNAL FLOODING OF RHODODENDRON LEAVES IN WINTER STORAGE1
John R. Havis
pp: 222-227 — See abstract

CALLUNA AND ERICA PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION
James E. Cross
pp: 228-232 — See abstract

MOUNTAIN LAUREL SELECTIONS AND METHODS OF PROPAGATING THEM
Richard Jaynes
pp: 233-236 — See abstract

WHAT'S NEW IN POLY STRUCTURES
David R. Mears and William J. Roberts
pp: 237-245 — See abstract

FREE HEAT OR DESIGNING FOR LOWER COST HEATING PROGRAMS
J.H. Tinga
pp: 246-248 — See abstract

A SOLAR POND FOR HEATING GREENHOUSES1
Ted H. Short, Warren L. Roller and Phillip C. Badger
pp: 249-252 — See abstract

BENCH GRAFTING PLUM AND APRICOT AS COMPARED TO T-BUDDING
Ben Davis II
pp: 253-254 — See abstract

DEFOLIATION OF NURSERY STOCK FOR EARLY HARVEST1
Steven M. Still
pp: 255-258 — See abstract

LILAC PROPAGATION
Ray E. Halward
pp: 259-260 — See abstract

COMPOSTED BARK MEDIA FOR CONTROL OF SOIL-BORNE PLANT PATHOGENS1
H. A. J. Hoitink and H. A. Poole
pp: 261-263 — See abstract

SURREY NURSERY STOCK PROPAGATORS
J. Stanley
pp: 264-266 — See abstract

PRODUCTION SHOOT­TIP CULTURE (MICRO­PROPAGATION)
Mark Cunningham
pp: 267-268 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF DAYLILIES
Charles W. Heuser and John Harker
pp: 269-271 — See abstract

RAPID IN VITRO GERMINATION OF IMMATURE, DORMANT EMBRYOS
Mark R. Zilis and Martin M. Meyer
pp: 272-274 — See abstract

ADVANCES IN TISSUE CULTURE: RAYFLOWER AND PROTOPLAST CULTURE1
Paul E. Read and Paiboolya Gavinlertvatana
pp: 275-285 — See abstract

CELL­FUSION HYBRIDS
Harold H. Smith
pp: 286-291 — See abstract

SOME POTENTIALS OF PLANT CELL AND TISSUE CULTURE
August E. Kehr
pp: 292-295 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME HAMAMELIDACEAE (WITCH­HAZEL FAMILY)
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 296-300 — See abstract

RHODODENDRON PRODUCTION
Ted Richardson
pp: 301-303 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and William Snyder
pp: 304-309 — See abstract

UNUSUAL PLANTS IN JAPANESE NURSERIES
Robert L. Baker
pp: 310-312 — See abstract

FUNGICIDE ALLERGIES?
E. Stroombeek
pp: 313-314 — See abstract

MANAGEMENT OF SMALL POOLS: VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF SELECTED WATER PLANTS
Judith L. Shirley
pp: 315-321 — See abstract

SLOW­RELEASE FERTILIZERS — PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
George R. McVey
pp: 322-329 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF DAPHNE × BURKWOODII TURRILL
D. Cohen and P.M. Le Gal
pp: 330-333 — See abstract

A SIMPLE CONTROLLED ENVIRONMENT FOR SPORE CULTURE
Fred Ruhl
pp: 334 — See abstract

GRAFTING TECHNIQUES
A. Maloy
pp: 335 — See abstract

NEW PLANT MATERIAL OF THE GENUS METROSIDEROS
J.G. Short
pp: 336-339 — See abstract

RAPID PROPAGATION OF POPLARS BY TISSUE CULTURE METHODS
H.C.M Whitehead and K.L. Giles
pp: 340-342 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION OF DECIDUOUS AZALEAS
P. Markham
pp: 343-345 — See abstract

THE PROPAGATION AND TRAINING OF STANDARD FUCHSIAS
J.S. Wallis
pp: 346-347 — See abstract

WHAT HAPPENS TO MY MANHOURS
William Rogers
pp: 348-352 — See abstract

INNOVATIONS IN PROPAGATION HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
W.L. Van Dyk
pp: 353-355 — See abstract

DESCRIPTION AND PROPAGATION OF THE NEW ZEALAND SOPHORA SPECIES (KOWHAI)
G.N. Goldie
pp: 356-361 — See abstract

EARLY RECORDS OF PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES FOR AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
F.D. Hockings
pp: 362-368 — See abstract

ELECTRIC SOIL AND HOT-HOUSE HEATING
Paul de Lance
pp: 369-372 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF EUCALYPTUS FICIFOLIA F. MUELL BY NODAL CULTURE IN VITRO
R.A. de Fossard and R.A. Bourne
pp: 373-378 — See abstract

THE USE OF SAWDUST IN POTTING MIXES
Ross Worrall
pp: 379-381 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE GRASSES
R.H. Powell, M.W. Hagon, M.J. Mortimer and P.S. Semos
pp: 382-387 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHAMAELAUCIUM UNCINATUM SCHAUER BY CUTTINGS
A.N. Green
pp: 388 — See abstract

A SUCCESSFUL TECHNIQUE FOR GRAFTING HIBISCUS
Alex Scott
pp: 389-390 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL PROPAGATION OF MACADAMIAS
Lincoln M. Doggrell
pp: 391-392 — See abstract

PUNCH BUDDING OF MACADAMIA
Stanley T. Henry
pp: 393-394 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SUPPLEMENTARY LIGHT AND AUXIN APPLICATIONS ON ROOTING LEAFY CUTTINGS OF CERTAIN AUSTRALIAN SPECIES
R.K. Ellyard
pp: 395-401 — See abstract

POINTERS FOR SUCCESSFUL GERMINATION OF PALM SEED
Harold W. Caulfield
pp: 402-404 — See abstract

THE NEED FOR PLANT BREEDER'S RIGHTS IN AUSTRALIA
A.T. Keane
pp: 405 — See abstract

MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF INCREASED DEMAND FOR GROUND COVER PLANTS
B. Minus
pp: 406 — See abstract

PRACTICAL HORTICULTURAL TRAINING
John H. Colwell
pp: 407-410 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT OF NURSERY FACILITIES AND TRAINING PROGRAMMES AT THE QUEENSLAND AGRICULTURE COLLEGE
J. Gordon
pp: 411-414 — See abstract

CUTTING-GRAFTS OF CAMELLIA RETICULATA
Steve Clark
pp: 415 — See abstract

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