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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 27                 (published in 1977)

YOUNG PLANT PRODUCTION
Roger Wasley
pp: 31-34 — See abstract

EFFECT OF TWO TEMPERATURE REGIMES ON ROOTING CUTTINGS
J.G.D. Lamb
pp: 35-36 — See abstract

STOCK PLANT MANAGEMENT
John Stanley
pp: 37-42 — See abstract

AN INVESTIGATION OF THE PLANT HOSTA FORTUNEI ‘AUREO MACULATA’ (‘ALBOPICTA’) TO FIND RAPID METHODS OF PROPAGATION
Lila W. Dick
pp: 43 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF EUCALYPTUS
John J. Costin
pp: 44-47 — See abstract

SOME OBSERVATIONS OF THE NURSERY INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA
R.F. Martyr
pp: 48-54 — See abstract

BENCH ROOT GRAFTING OF WISTARIA
D.J. Wickens
pp: 55 — See abstract

WHY GRAFT?
Philip McMillan Browse
pp: 56 — See abstract

IDEAS FROM THE NURSERY PRACTICE FIELD PRODUCTION UNIT
David A. Husband
pp: 57-59 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CAULIFLOWER FROM CUTTINGS
Michael Farmer
pp: 60-61 — See abstract

GRAFTING CERTAIN CLIMBING PLANTS
Tom Allen
pp: 62 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ACER PLATANOIDES WALDERSII
Ivan R. Dickings
pp: 62 — See abstract

TOP GRAFTING OF ACER PSEUDOPLATANUS ‘BRILLIANTISSIMUM’
Leslie Morgan
pp: 63 — See abstract

HARDWOOD CUTTINGS — FIELD PRODUCTION
Nat Clayton and John Richardson
pp: 64-66 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SPACING ON THE ROOTING OF CHAMAECYPARIS
J.C. Kelly
pp: 67-68 — See abstract

SCALE PROPAGATION OF LILIES WITH CONTROLLED TEMPERATURE STORAGE
J. Eaton
pp: 69 — See abstract

DOUBLE TUNNEL PROPAGATION
S. Ward
pp: 70-74 — See abstract

SEEDLING OAK PRODUCTION IN CONTAINERS
Pete Wells
pp: 75-77 — See abstract

A PERSONAL VIEW OF THE ROLE OF A PROPAGATION RESEARCH WORKER
B.H. Howard
pp: 78-86 — See abstract

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GREENHOUSE COOLING, VENTILATION, INSULATION AND AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
Paul W. Moore
pp: 87-90 — See abstract

SANITATION IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Arthur H. McCain
pp: 91-93 — See abstract

DECOMPOSITION RATE OF VARIOUS ORGANIC MATERIALS IN SOIL
Roy L. Branson, James P. Martin and William A. Dost
pp: 94-100 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CACTUS
Frank T. Fielding
pp: 101 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AT MONROVIA NURSERY COMPANY: SANITATION
Dennis Connor
pp: 102-105 — See abstract

NEW VISTAS IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Hudson T. Hartmann
pp: 106-112 — See abstract

SUBTROPICAL FRUIT TREE PRODUCTION: AVOCADO AS A CASE STUDY
W.H. Brokaw
pp: 113-123 — See abstract

POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF PROTOPLASTS FOR FUTURE PLANT IMPROVEMENT
Hirofumi Uchimiya
pp: 124-129 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE OF FOLIAGE CROPS
Gary C. Gallup
pp: 130 — See abstract

CONIFER TISSUE CULTURE
Zachary S. Wochok and Mostafa Abo El-Nil
pp: 131-139 — See abstract

WEED MANAGEMENT IN CONTAINER PLANT PRODUCTION
Wesley A. Humphrey
pp: 140 — See abstract

INSECT PEST MANAGEMENT ON NEWLY ESTABLISHED PLANTS
Ronald D. Oetting
pp: 141-147 — See abstract

ENTOMOLOGY IN THE PRODUCTION NURSERY
George P. Gutman
pp: 148-153 — See abstract

THE IPPS … WHAT IT IS
John Machen
pp: 154-159 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND LINER PRODUCTION OF AZALEAS
Hunter H. Boulo
pp: 160-162 — See abstract

AZALEA PRODUCTION FOR THE FLORIST MARKET
Zack Westbrook
pp: 163-166 — See abstract

AZALEA PRODUCTION FOR THE GARDEN CENTER AND THE LANDSCAPE MARKET
Fount H. May
pp: 167-171 — See abstract

FACTORS INFLUENCING HERBICIDAL ACTIVITY
P.L. Neel
pp: 172-175 — See abstract

HERBICIDES FOR NON-CROP AREAS
Charles H. Parkerson
pp: 176-177 — See abstract

AFTER TRIALS WITH HERBICIDES, A DECISION IS MADE
Curtis W. Wilkins and Grady L. Wadsworth
pp: 178-184 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN FIELD NURSERY STOCK
Bryson L. James
pp: 185-195 — See abstract

LARGE PLANTS IN CONTAINERS
George L. Taber III
pp: 196-197 — See abstract

WILDWOOD NURSERIES PROGRAM
Earle R. Marvin
pp: 198-201 — See abstract

SOME WATER QUALITY PROBLEMS FACED BY HORTICULTURISTS
Charles R. Johnson
pp: 202-206 — See abstract

WATERING PLANTS
Geral Smith
pp: 207-209 — See abstract

SOIL STRUCTURE RELATIONSHIPS … SOIL … WATER … PLANTS … IN CONTAINER GROWN ORNAMENTALS
Grady L. Wadsworth
pp: 210-214 — See abstract

SOIL ADDITIVES FOR IMPROVEMENT OF WATER RELATIONSHIPS
James Fountain
pp: 215-218 — See abstract

TEMPERATURE MANIPULATION USING WATER
Richard Marshall
pp: 219-224 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Bryson L. James
pp: 225-232 — See abstract

FIELD SEEDLING PRODUCTION OF CORNUS FLORIDA
Don Shadow
pp: 233 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DOGWOOD SEEDLINGS IN CONTAINERS
Henry H. Chase Jr
pp: 234-235 — See abstract

FIELD BUDDING OF DOGWOOD
Hubert Nicholson
pp: 236-237 — See abstract

PRODUCING DOGWOOD BY CUTTINGS
Carl Bauer
pp: 238-239 — See abstract

DOGWOOD LINER TO FINISHED PLANT
Carl Fletcher Flemer III
pp: 240 — See abstract

DOGWOOD DISEASES
Robert C. Lambe
pp: 241-245 — See abstract

TECHNIQUES OF JUNIPER GRAFTING
Philip M. Hall
pp: 246-250 — See abstract

FIELD PROPAGATION OF SEEDLINGS IN MIDDLE TENNESSEE
Michael Hobbs
pp: 251-254 — See abstract

OPEN-FIELD PROPAGATION OF JUNIPERS
David Byers
pp: 255-258 — See abstract

MIXING ROOTING HORMONES
John Machen
pp: 259-262 — See abstract

COSTING AS A MOTIVATIONAL TOOL
Earl H. Robinson
pp: 263-264 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF LINERS FOR FIELD CULTURE
Dennis V. McCloskey
pp: 265-266 — See abstract

ORGANIZING CUTTING, LINER AND CONTAINER PRODUCTION
Peter Van Der Giessen
pp: 267-268 — See abstract

FIELD PRODUCTION OF AZALEAS
Rob Hollings
pp: 269-271 — See abstract

PRUNING AND TRAINING OF ORNAMENTAL NURSERY TREES
William R. Studebaker
pp: 272-276 — See abstract

HOW SOIL CHEMISTRY CAN WORK FOR YOU
George R. McVey
pp: 277-283 — See abstract

FIELD FERTILIZATION PRACTICES
Dick Ammon
pp: 284-286 — See abstract

PHYSIOLOGY OF PLANT TOPS DURING WINTER
Robert D. Wright
pp: 287-290 — See abstract

FACTORS AFFECTING PHYSIOLOGY OF ROOTS IN WINTER
J.H. Tinga
pp: 291-292 — See abstract

NUTRITION PRACTICES AND MEDIA CONTROLS FOR WINTER PROTECTION
Oliver Washington III
pp: 293-296 — See abstract

WINTER PLANT PROTECTION AT FAIRVIEW NURSERY
Phil Beaumont
pp: 297 — See abstract

WINTER PLANT PROTECTION AT GREENLEAF NURSERY COMPANY, OKLAHOMA DIVISION
Stanley Foster
pp: 298-299 — See abstract

COLD PROTECTION AT WIGHT NURSERIES
John B. Wight Jr
pp: 300-301 — See abstract

WINTER PROTECTION FOR CONTAINER-GROWN RHODODENDRONS
Ted Richardson
pp: 302 — See abstract

WINTER PROTECTION OF NURSERY PLANTS: 1956–1977 SUMMARY
Raymond L. Self
pp: 303-306 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Richard Stadtherr
pp: 307-314 — See abstract

GROWTH REGULATORS FOR POT PLANTS
J.P. Salinger
pp: 315-316 — See abstract

METHODS OF GRAFTING TAMARILLOS (TREE TOMATOES) (CYPHOMANDRA BETACEA)
Dick J.W. Endt
pp: 317-318 — See abstract

PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS LIMITING THE PROPAGATION OF DECIDUOUS ORNAMENTALS BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
D.S. Tustin
pp: 319-322 — See abstract

ASPECTS OF PROPAGATION HYGIENE
J.M. Rumbal
pp: 323-324 — See abstract

GROWING EUCALYPTUS SPECIES IN THE SOUTH OF NEW ZEALAND
C. Lester Diack
pp: 325 — See abstract

DEVELOPING A TREE AND SHRUB PROPAGATION UNIT IN THE "DEEP SOUTH"
Neville L. Jones
pp: 326-328 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ENSETE VENTRICOSUM — (MUSA ENSETE) — PURPLE FORM
Donal Duthie
pp: 329-330 — See abstract

PROGRAMME OF THE PROPAGATION SYSTEM USED AT ARDMORE NURSERIES LTD.
D. Allen Beaumont
pp: 331-332 — See abstract

"COSTING" A GROWING MEDIUM
M. Richards
pp: 333-334 — See abstract

PLANT QUARANTINE PHILOSOPHY IN NEW ZEALAND
A.F. Rainbow
pp: 335-338 — See abstract

SOIL-BORNE DISEASES AND THEIR ROLE IN PLANT PROPAGATION
A.J. McCully and M.B. Thomas
pp: 339-349 — See abstract

LOSS OF PRODUCTIVITY IN CLONAL APPLE ROOTSTOCKS
S.H. Nelson
pp: 350-356 — See abstract

CHIP BUDDING FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
B.H. Howard
pp: 357-365 — See abstract

CHIP BUDDING ON A COMMERCIAL SCALE
Albert H. Bremer
pp: 366-367 — See abstract

MANUAL GRAFTING VERSUS MACHINE GRAFTING
James B. Law
pp: 368 — See abstract

POLY TENT VERSUS OPEN BENCH GRAFTING
Leonard Savella
pp: 369-370 — See abstract

DWARF ROOTSTOCKS — PROPAGATION AND USAGE
Robert F. Carlson
pp: 371-373 — See abstract

ACCELERATED GROWTH OF CONIFERS
Marion Van Slooten
pp: 374-376 — See abstract

NITROGEN NUTRITION OF JUNIPERS1
James E. Klett
pp: 377-381 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAE AND PLANT GROWTH
Dale M. Maronek
pp: 382-389 — See abstract

FLOOR HOT WATER HEAT FOR INDOOR PLANT PROPAGATION
Mary Ann Dicenzi
pp: 390-391 — See abstract

LEAF MOLD FOR CONTAINER CULTURE
William Flemer III
pp: 392-393 — See abstract

A SOLAR GREENHOUSE FOR PROPAGATION1
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 394-397 — See abstract

FACTORS CONTROLLING REGENERATION FROM ROOT CUTTINGS
Charles W. Heuser
pp: 398-401 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WOODY PLANTS BY ROOT CUTTINGS
Carl Orndorff
pp: 402-406 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION EXERCISES IN TEACHING PLANT PROPAGATION
Hudson T. Hartmann and John E. Whisler
pp: 407-413 — See abstract

MULTI-MEDIA TEACHING METHODS
Edwin D. Carpenter
pp: 414-415 — See abstract

TEACHING PLANT PROPAGATION BY VIDEO TAPE
Henry Robitaille and Bruno Moser
pp: 416-421 — See abstract

EVERGREEN HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS
Robert L. Baker
pp: 422-426 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SELECTED MALUS TAXA FROM SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Susan M. Burd and Michael Dirr
pp: 427-431 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HYBRID LILACS
Don Wedge
pp: 432-435 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CLEMATIS
Raymond J. Evison
pp: 436-440 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF POTENTILLA
Kathleen S. Freeland
pp: 441 — See abstract

PROPAGATING FRENCH HYBRID LILACS BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Roger G. Coggeshall
pp: 442-444 — See abstract

EFFECT OF TIMING AND WOOD MATURITY ON ROOTING OF CUTTINGS OF COTINUS COGGYGRIA ‘ROYAL PURPLE’
James D. Kelley and James E. Foret Jr
pp: 445-448 — See abstract

MIST NOZZLES
L.P. Stoltz, J.N. Walker and G.A. Duncan
pp: 449-454 — See abstract

PROPAGATION IN A HUMID CHAMBER
D.C. Milbocker
pp: 455-460 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ARALIA ELATA ‘VARIEGATA’
Joerg Leiss
pp: 461-462 — See abstract

MANIPULATION OF HERBICIDES AND EFFECT OF HERBICIDES ON ROOTING
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 463-466 — See abstract

CAPILLARY IRRIGATION OF CONTAINER PLANTS1
Edward Auger, Charles Zafonte and J.J. McGuire
pp: 467-473 — See abstract

MINIATURE ROSES BY OASIS ROOTCUBES
Rick R. Allred
pp: 474-476 — See abstract

CONTROL OF DISEASE PROBLEMS AS IT RELATES TO PLANT PROPAGATION
C.C. Powell Jr
pp: 477-478 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF KALMIA LATIFOLIA BY CUTTINGS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 479-484 — See abstract

DEEP PIT STORAGE OF NEWLY PROPAGATED PLANTS
Case Hoogendoorn
pp: 485 — See abstract

NEW AND NOVEL COLD HARDY RHODODENDRONS
David G. Leach
pp: 486-491 — See abstract

New Plant Forum
Harrison Flint
pp: 492-493 — See abstract

NURSERY PLANT INTRODUCTIONS FROM MANITOBA
Wilbert G. Ronald
pp: 494 — See abstract

PIERIS FLORIBUNDA AND ITS PROPAGATION
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 495-496 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Ben Davis II and Ralph Shugert
pp: 497-503 — See abstract

THE HORTICULTURAL REVOLUTION OF THE LAST 25 YEARS IN AUSTRALIA
Milton B. Spurling
pp: 504-508 — See abstract

WHERE IS THE NURSERY INDUSTRY GOING IN YEARS TO COME?
Ian Gordon
pp: 509-513 — See abstract

GREENHOUSES
Margaret E. McKay
pp: 514-517 — See abstract

DESIGN CRITERIA FOR LIGHT ADMISSION
Mervin Earl Dunn
pp: 518-523 — See abstract

GREENHOUSE COVERING — WHAT CAN BE USED?
Alan J. Newport
pp: 524-526 — See abstract

LIGHT EFFECTS ON PLANTS
L.G. Paleg and D. Aspinall
pp: 527-536 — See abstract

THE USE OF SAWDUST AS A GROWING MEDIUM
Peter E. Albery
pp: 537 — See abstract

PREPARATION OF BARK POTTING MIXES
Ray Wadewitz
pp: 538 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL APPLICATION OF TISSUE CULTURE IN ORCHID NURSERIES
Syd Monkhouse
pp: 539-540 — See abstract

REPORT OF I.P.P.S. TOUR OF ENGLAND AND EUROPE
Peter B. Smith
pp: 541 — See abstract

A WORLD TOUR OF COMMERCIAL NURSERIES USING TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION
R.A. de Fossard
pp: 542-545 — See abstract

PROGRESS TOWARD CLONAL PROPAGATION OF EUCALYPTUS SPECIES BY TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES
Pamela K. Barker, R.A. de Fossard and R.A. Bourne
pp: 546-556 — See abstract

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF GLASSHOUSE PESTS
Noel L. Richardson
pp: 557-560 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DAPHNE ODORA
William C. Poynton
pp: 561 — See abstract

ROSE ROOTSTOCK, ‘DR. HUEY’, IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Deane M. Ross
pp: 562 — See abstract

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