Search in IPPS abstracts:
Search

All Volumes

Previous volume
Next volume

Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 28                 (published in 1978)

PHASIC DEVELOPMENT AND PHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITIONING IN THE ROOTING OF DOUGLAS FIR SHOOTS
A.N. Roberts and F.W. Moeller
pp: 32-38 — See abstract

ROOT REGENERATION OF EVERGREEN PLANTS
L.H. Fuchigami and F.W. Moeller
pp: 39-48 — See abstract

THE USE OF PERIODIC MOISTURE STESS TO INDUCE VEGETATIVE BUD SET IN DOUGLAS FIR SEEDLINGS
William C. Carlson
pp: 49-57 — See abstract

ROOT SYSTEM CONFIGURATION IS IMPORTANT TO LONG TREE LIFE
Richard W. Tinus
pp: 58-62 — See abstract

SUMMER ROOTING OF STONE FRUIT UNDERSTOCK CUTTINGS
Richard Bush
pp: 63 — See abstract

A STUDY OF POTTING MIXES
Richard G. Maire
pp: 64-65 — See abstract

PEAT, PESTS, AND PROPAGATION
Wilbur L. Bluhm
pp: 66-69 — See abstract

PATHOGENS ASSOCIATED WITH PEAT MOSS USED FOR PROPAGATION1
Duane L. Coyier
pp: 70-71 — See abstract

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF PHYTOPHTHORA CINNAMOMI
Kenneth F. Baker
pp: 72-78 — See abstract

ROOT WEEVILS: FROM CUTTINGS TO LANDSCAPE
R. Lee Campbell
pp: 79-82 — See abstract

CHEMICAL CONTROL OF ROOT WEEVILS
Beverley R. Greenwell
pp: 83-84 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN ORNAMENTALS WITH GLYPHOSATE1
George F. Ryan
pp: 85-88 — See abstract

GETTING THE MOST OUT OF HERBICIDES
Bruce A. Briggs
pp: 89-92 — See abstract

NOTES ON PROPAGATION OF CERTAIN ACERS
J.D. Vertrees
pp: 93-97 — See abstract

THE PLANT PROPAGATOR AND NEW PLANT CULTIVARS
Ralph Shugert
pp: 98-100 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZER SOURCES ON FLOWER FORMATION AND NUTRIENT COMPOSITION IN RHODODENDRONS
R.L. Ticknor and M.H. Chaplin
pp: 101-105 — See abstract

SEED GERMINATION OF STONE FRUITS1
Esther M. Lawyer
pp: 106-108 — See abstract

BUILDING AND USING A GROWING ROOM FOR SEED GERMINATION OF BEDDING PLANTS
Michael J. Poynter
pp: 109-113 — See abstract

SEED BED PRODUCTION IN RHODE ISLAND
Larry Carville
pp: 114-117 — See abstract

ROOTING CERTAIN BROAD-LEAF EVERGREEN CUTTINGS BY IMMERSION IN A HORMONE-FUNGICIDE SOLUTION
Edward W. Schultz
pp: 118-119 — See abstract

RHODODENDRON STOCK PLANTS — CARE AND MANAGEMENT
Robert Boddy
pp: 120-122 — See abstract

RHODODENDRON SPECIES PROPAGATION AND EXPERIENCES RELATED TO DORMANCY
Kendall W. Gambrill
pp: 123-127 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAE IN RELATION TO ROOTING CUTTINGS
R.G. Linderman
pp: 128-131 — See abstract

THE USE OF MYCORRHIZAE IN THE PROPAGATION OF ARCTOSTAPHYLOS UVA-URSI
Verl L. Holden
pp: 132 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF KALMIA
John E. Eichelser
pp: 133-134 — See abstract

ROOTING OF TISSUE CULTURED RHODODENDRONS
Wilbur C. Anderson
pp: 135-138 — See abstract

CLONAL PROPAGATION OF WOODY PLANT SPECIES THROUGH TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES
Tsai-Ying Cheng
pp: 139-155 — See abstract

AFTERCARE PROCEDURES REQUIRED FOR FIELD SURVIVAL OF TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATED ACACIA KOA
Roger G. Skolmen and Marion O. Mapes
pp: 156-163 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TROPICAL FOLIAGE PLANTS
W. Stephen Svedin
pp: 164-165 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL PROPAGATION OF LILIES
Edward A. McRae
pp: 166-169 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF ROSES
Ralph S. Moore
pp: 170-174 — See abstract

CO2 AS AN AID TO ROOTING
S.E. Sorenson
pp: 175-176 — See abstract

TRANSPLANTING THE DOUGLAS FIR PLUG
Steven L. Schalla and Kerwin Doughton
pp: 177-185 — See abstract

PLANNING AND ESTABLISHING A NURSERY IN THE WESTERN HIGHLANDS OF SCOTLAND
Sam MacDonald
pp: 186-190 — See abstract

STRATIFICATION — A DETAIL OF TECHNIQUE
Philip McMillan Browse
pp: 191 — See abstract

CLONAL VARIATION IN ROOTING OF SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS OF WOODY PERENNIALS OCCURRING NATURALLY ON DERELICT LAND
John E.G. Good, J.A. Bellis and R.C. Munro
pp: 192-200 — See abstract

THE WORK ON ASSORTMENTS AT THE TREE RESEARCH STATION, BOSKOOP, HOLLAND
H.J. Van De Laar
pp: 201-208 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BULBOUS AND BULBOUS­LIKE PLANTS
Lord Skelmersdale
pp: 209-211 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PLANTS IMPORTED FROM NEW ZEALAND
Peter Catt
pp: 212-214 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CONIFERS BY CUTTINGS AND GRAFTING
Anton Thomsen
pp: 215-219 — See abstract

IMPROVEMENT OF HARDY NURSERY STOCKS
J.B. Sweet, R. Anne Goodall and A.I. Campbell
pp: 220-223 — See abstract

PERLITE FOR PROPAGATION
C.D. Cook and B.L. Dunsby
pp: 224-227 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF THE PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRON, MAHONIA, AND ILEX BY CUTTINGS
Christopher R. Sanders
pp: 228-231 — See abstract

LIGHT INTERLUDE — PHOTOPERIODISM
F. Charles Brooker
pp: 232-234 — See abstract

CURRENT TRENDS IN RESEARCH ON WILLOWS AT LONG ASHTON
K.G. Stott
pp: 235-238 — See abstract

INSTALLING A WARM WATER PROPAGATION FACILITY
David Hutchinson
pp: 239-242 — See abstract

MECHANISATION OF POTTING
H. Tuthill
pp: 243-244 — See abstract

WATER STATUS IN RELATION TO ROOTING HARDWOOD QUINCE CUTTINGS
A.Q.M. Blain and P.J. Dudney
pp: 245-249 — See abstract

TESTING POPLARS AND WILLOWS FOR SHELTER BELTS
M.S. Van Reenen and A.G. Wilkinson
pp: 250-254 — See abstract

RAPID PROPAGATION OF ASPENS AND SILVER POPLARS USING TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES
C.B. Christie
pp: 255-260 — See abstract

SOILLESS GROWING MEDIA AND MICRONUTRIENT NUTRITION1
C.B. Christie
pp: 261-266 — See abstract

NEW TECHNIQUES FOR PEACH TREE PROPAGATION IN AUSTRALIA
Allan White
pp: 267-268 — See abstract

PRODUCTION POT-POURRI
Ellaby Martin
pp: 269-272 — See abstract

SOME COMPARISONS BETWEEN PLASTIC AND GLASS GREENHOUSES
R.A.J. White
pp: 273-278 — See abstract

PROPAGATING EUCALYPTS BY GRAFTING
Brian J. Walker
pp: 279 — See abstract

SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE ON WALNUT PROPAGATION
Vernon Harrison
pp: 280-283 — See abstract

MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF A CHANGING NURSERY BUSINESS
Sidney B. Meadows Jr
pp: 284-287 — See abstract

STUDY OF COST AND PRODUCTION IN PROPAGATION AT MAY NURSERY
J. Bradford May
pp: 288-291 — See abstract

COST OF LINER PRODUCTION AT CARTWRIGHT NURSERIES
Edsel Yager
pp: 292 — See abstract

SO YOU WANT A CLEAN NURSERY?
Henry H. Chase Jr
pp: 293-294 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF SCHOOLS IN TRAINING PLANT PROPAGATORS
Vivian Munday
pp: 295-305 — See abstract

ADVENTITIOUS ROOT FORMATION IN THREE CUTTING TYPES OF FICUS PUMILA L1
F.T. Davies Jr and J.N. Joiner
pp: 306-312 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF FREEZING­THAWING (FAST AND SLOW) IN PLANTS
Richard J. Stadtherr
pp: 313-318 — See abstract

TESTING BY THE GROWER FOR SOLUBLE SALTS
Gerald Smith
pp: 319-323 — See abstract

TRANSLATING SOIL TESTS INTO QUANTITY OF FERTILIZER NEEDED
Bryson L. James
pp: 324-331 — See abstract

METHODS USED TO APPLY FERTILIZER TO CONTAINERS AT GOOCHLAND NURSERIES
R.E. "Ed" Brown
pp: 332-333 — See abstract

METHODS USED TO APPLY FERTILIZER TO CONTAINERS AT TOM DODD NURSERIES
Tom Dodd III
pp: 334-335 — See abstract

METHODS OF FERTILIZING CONTAINERS AT GREENLEAF NURSERY
Curtis W. Wilkins
pp: 336-340 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL TISSUE CULTURING AT OGLESBY NURSERY
Raymond P. Oglesby and Randall E. Strode
pp: 341-343 — See abstract

SETTING UP A TISSUE CULTURE SYSTEM
George Oki
pp: 344-347 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF LILACS
Nicholas P. Hand
pp: 348-350 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF ACER PALMATUM ‘DISSECTUM‘ CULTIVARS
Bill Curtis
pp: 351-352 — See abstract

PROPAGATON OF PICEA GLAUCA ‘CONICA’
Carl Bauer
pp: 353-354 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PYRUS CALLERYANA ‘ARISTOCRAT’ PEAR
Harry W. Hopperton
pp: 355-356 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF DWARF CONIFERS IN CONTAINERS
John (Ed) Kinsey
pp: 357-359 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CORNUS FLORIDA CULTIVARS BY CUTTINGS
Carl Bauer
pp: 360-362 — See abstract

PINE BARK IN POTTING MIXES, GRADES AND AGE, DISEASE AND FERTILITY PROBLEMS
Raymond L. Self
pp: 363-367 — See abstract

COMPOSTING AND USE OF HARDWOOD BARK MEDIA FOR CONTAINER GROWING
Gregory L. Ammon
pp: 368-369 — See abstract

PINE BARK MEDIA IN CONTAINER GROWING AT WIGHT NURSERIES
Richard D. Van Landingham
pp: 370-371 — See abstract

A SYSTEM OF WATER TABLE CONTROL FOR SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE AND IRRIGATION
John F. Brailsford
pp: 372-380 — See abstract

SOME CAUSES OF SEED STERILITY IN CERTAIN NATIVE AUSTRALIAN PLANTS
S.H. James
pp: 389-398 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SELECTED FORMS OF CALLISTEMON
K.G. Stevens
pp: 399 — See abstract

PATHOGENS IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Olga M. Goss
pp: 400-405 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF PECAN TREES
Horst Dargel
pp: 406-409 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BEDDING PLANTS IN SOILESS MEDIA
George O. Gay
pp: 410 — See abstract

CAPILLARY WATERING OF CONTAINER­GROWN PLANTS
M. Richards
pp: 411-412 — See abstract

CLONAL PROPAGATION OF WOODY PLANTS USING TISSUE CULTURE, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO APPLES
J.A. McComb
pp: 413-426 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF EUCALYPTUS FICIFOLI F. MUELL.
R.A. de Fossard, Mark T. Bennett, Janet R. Gorst and R.A. Bourne
pp: 427-434 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF TWO GREVILLEA HYBRIDS
Janet R. Gorst, R.A. Bourne, Shirley E. Hardaker, A.E. Richards, Susan Dircks and R.A. de Fossard
pp: 435-446 — See abstract

ASSESSING A NEW SOIL MEDIUM1
K.G. Lasscock
pp: 447-449 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SUPERPHOSPHATE AND HIGH LEVELS OF LIME ON THE GROWTH OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN BANKSIAS1
R.K. Ellyard and D.K. McIntyre
pp: 450-452 — See abstract

NATIVE AUSTRALIAN PLANTS FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT
W.H. Butler
pp: 453-456 — See abstract

CONTAINERIZED ROSE GROWING
I.W. Dawson
pp: 457 — See abstract

HARD-TO-PROPAGATE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
G. Lullfitz
pp: 458-462 — See abstract

GROWING FERNS BY CAPILLARY MEANS
Ray Aitken
pp: 463-465 — See abstract

NURSERY HYGIENE
N. Higgs
pp: 466-467 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME SOUTH AFRICAN PLANT SPECIES
P. Wood
pp: 468-471 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF WATER QUALITY IN RELATION TO PROPAGATION
R.W. Middleton
pp: 472-473 — See abstract

POTENTIAL FOR HORTICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY OF AUSTRALIA
Dennis A. Hearne
pp: 474-481 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY GRAFTING UNDER GLASS AT HILLIERS NURSERY
Brian Humphrey
pp: 482-489 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF ELMS BY GREEN CUTTINGS
G.H. Saul and L. Zsuffa
pp: 490-493 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS OF LILACS AND OTHER HARD-TO-ROOT SPECIES BY THE SUB-IRRIGATION METHOD
Edmund V. Mezitt
pp: 494-495 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF NAMED DELPHINIUM CULTIVARS
Michael Dodge
pp: 496-497 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PERENNIALS USING KYES-KUBES
Rick R. Allred
pp: 498-500 — See abstract

THE TREE VIRUS-TESTED STOCK PROGRAM IN ONTARION, CANADA
T.R. Davidson
pp: 501-505 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAL FUNGI IN RELATION TO SOME ASPECTS OF PLANT PROPAGATION
Dale M. Maronek and James W. Hendrix
pp: 506-513 — See abstract

ROOTING TAXUS CUTTINGS WITH NO HEAT
Everett Van Hof
pp: 514-515 — See abstract

OIL SAVINGS IN PITHOUSE ROOTING OF RHODODENDRON AND LAUREL CUTTINGS
Adrian J. Knuttel
pp: 516 — See abstract

CHEMICAL AIDS IN ROOTING RHODODENDRON AND ILEX CUTTINGS
Harvey Gray
pp: 517-518 — See abstract

ETHYLENE AND ADVENTITIOUS ROOT FORMATION
Ray Maleike
pp: 519-524 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and Ben Minamoto
pp: 525-533 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS AT HILLIERS NURSERY
Brian Humphrey
pp: 534-538 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE OF FRUIT TREES AND OTHER FRUIT PLANTS
Richard H. Zimmerman
pp: 539-545 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF UMBRELLA PINE — CLONAL DIFFERENCES IN ROOT INITIATION1
Sidney Waxman
pp: 546-549 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS FOR SOUTHERN ONTARIO
A.W. Smith
pp: 550-552 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HOLLY IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO
R.A. Fleming
pp: 553-556 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT OF A PRODUCTION CONCEPT FOR HANDLING PRE­GERMINATED SEED
D.A. Skeates and V.H.H. Williamson
pp: 557-565 — See abstract

BASSWOOD (TILIA AMERICANA L.) SEED GERMINATION
David E. Vanstone
pp: 566-569 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF MAGNOLIAS BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Richard A. Fenicchia
pp: 570 — See abstract

HOW THE COMMERCIAL PROPAGATOR MIGHT BEST USE THE RESOURCES OF AN ARBORETUM OR BOTANICAL GARDEN
John H. Alexander
pp: 571-573 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WOODY ORNAMENTALS USING FLOOR HEAT
William Vanderkruk
pp: 574-575 — See abstract

LOW PRESSURE AND REFRIGERATED STORAGE OF ROOTED AND UNROOTED ORNAMENTAL CUTTINGS1
Barry A. Eisenberg, George L. Staby and Thomas A. Fretz
pp: 576-586 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Alfred Fordham
pp: 587 — See abstract

IPPS—International Plant Propagator’s Society
4 Hawthorn Court . Carlisle, PA 17015-7930 . USA
Phone: 717-243-7685 . Fax: 717-243-7691 . Email: secretary@ipps.org