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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 31                 (published in 1981)

DIRECT ROOTING OF TISSUE-CULTURED RHODODENDRONS INTO AN ARTIFICIAL SOIL MIX
Steve Wong
pp: 36-38 — See abstract

TRANSPLANTATION AND POST-TRANSPLANTATION OF MICROPROPAGATED TREE-FRUIT ROOTSTOCKS
David I. Dunstan
pp: 39-44 — See abstract

SMALL FRUIT CULTURE AFTER THE TEST TUBE
Robert M. Kyte
pp: 45-46 — See abstract

THE AFTERMATH OF THE TEST TUBE IN TISSUE CULTURE
William A. Smith
pp: 47-52 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES — CURRENT IDEAS IN BRITAIN
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 53-60 — See abstract

SEEDLING PRODUCTION: CEDRUS DEODARA
John C. Doty
pp: 61-62 — See abstract

DOUGLAS FIR CULTIVAR IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
J.C. Heaman
pp: 63-68 — See abstract

IMPROVING SEED GERMINATION IN ABIES
D.G.W. Edwards
pp: 69-77 — See abstract

SEEDLING PRODUCTION IN THE EASTERN U.S.A.
Ralph Shugert
pp: 78-82 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN NURSERY CONTAINERS
George F. Ryan
pp: 83-84 — See abstract

USE OF OSMOCOTE IN CONTAINER GROWING
Beverley R. Greenwell
pp: 85-87 — See abstract

FOLIAR NUTRITION OF LANDSCAPE PLANTS
H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 88-90 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAE IN RELATION TO CONTAINER PLANT PRODUCTION
R.G. Linderman
pp: 91-99 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION 1981 AWARD RECIPIENT*
Bruce Usrey
pp: 100 — See abstract

PLANT MANIPULATION IN VITRO WITH HORMONES
W. David Lane
pp: 101-108 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF SEVERAL HORMONE FORMULATIONS FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
R.L. Ticknor
pp: 109-111 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ALASKA YELLOW CEDAR (CHAMAECYPARIS NOOTKATENSIS [D. DON] SPACH.) BY ROOTED CUTTINGS FOR PRODUCTION PLANTING
Ingemar Karlsson
pp: 112-115 — See abstract

NEW HORIZONS IN ROOTING HORMONES
Edsal A. Wood
pp: 116-117 — See abstract

GENETIC STABILITY OF HORTICULTURAL PLANTS PROPAGATED BY TISSUE CULTURE
Richard H. Zimmerman
pp: 118-126 — See abstract

WHAT'S NEW IN PROPAGATION AT BOSKOOP, HOLLAND
Arie Van Vliet
pp: 127-129 — See abstract

GROWING CERTAIN AUSTRALIAN NATIVE SHRUBS AND TREES FROM SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Edward J. Bunker
pp: 130-133 — See abstract

A SMALL SCALE TISSUE CULTURE LABORATORY
Fred W. De Wald
pp: 134-137 — See abstract

ETIOLATION AS AN AID TO ROOTING1
Wilbur C. Anderson
pp: 138-140 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF JUNIPERUS SCOPULORUM CULTIVARS
Rodger A. Duer
pp: 141-144 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HARD-TO-ROOT RHODODENDRONS
John E. Eichelser
pp: 145-146 — See abstract

ROOTING ACER RUBRUM CULTIVARS USING SINGLE NODE CUTTINGS
J.A. English
pp: 147-150 — See abstract

A DEVICE FOR HOT CALLUSING GRAFT UNIONS OF FRUIT AND NUT TREES1
H.B. Lagerstedt
pp: 151-161 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE AND PLANT PROPAGATION: COMING DOWN TO EARTH
M.G. Mullins
pp: 162-164 — See abstract

NURSERY RECORD KEEPING IN PROPAGATION
Alex Scott
pp: 165-167 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CERTAIN TROPICAL FRUITS
Fred Chalker
pp: 168-175 — See abstract

HIGH TEMPERATURE RELEASE CHARACTERISTICS OF RESIN-COATED SLOW RELEASE FERTILIZERS
Ross J. Worrall
pp: 176-180 — See abstract

RAPID PROPAGATION OF POTATO: WHY? HOW?
P B. Goodwin
pp: 181-182 — See abstract

OUR EXPERIENCES WITH SOIL-LESS POTTING MEDIA
Keith H. Macdonald
pp: 183 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BORONIA SERRULATA Sm. (NATIVE ROSE) FROM CUTTINGS
Gregory P. Lamont
pp: 184-189 — See abstract

AUTOMATING AERATED-STEAM TREATMENTS
Gavin A. Wilton
pp: 190-191 — See abstract

PLANTS ON WHEELS
Kevin R. Gay
pp: 192-194 — See abstract

TREATMENT FOR CONTROL OF SEED-BORNE PATHOGENS OF ZINNIA
M.H. Franklin and P.B. Goodwin
pp: 195-197 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ORNAMENTAL GREVILLEA
Steven A. Dupee and John Clemens
pp: 198-208 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF APPLE SCION CULTIVARS
S. Sriskandarajah and M.G. Mullins
pp: 209-212 — See abstract

REGENERATION OF GRAPEVINES BY ASEPTIC METHODS
K. Rajasekaran and M.G. Mullins
pp: 213-218 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PHILODENDRONS FROM NODE CUTTINGS
Theala H. Petersen
pp: 219 — See abstract

SIMPLE GREENHOUSE CONSTRUCTION USING LIGHTWEIGHT MODULES
Robert Kasteel
pp: 220-223 — See abstract

CONDITIONING OF PLANTS FROM SOIL MEDIA TO HYDROCULTURE
Keith Maxwell
pp: 224-230 — See abstract

VIRUS-FREE STRAWBERRY PROPAGATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES
Dal Dutch
pp: 231-235 — See abstract

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN VEGETABLE CROP PROPAGATION WHICH MAY HAVE IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NURSERYMAN
Tony Biggs
pp: 236-239 — See abstract

TEACHING PLANT PROPAGATION TO HORTICULTURE STUDENTS
A.W. Vink
pp: 240-247 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DIEFFENBACHIA BY NODE CUTTINGS
H.C Jackson
pp: 248 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DAPHNE ODORA
John Slykerman
pp: 249-250 — See abstract

EFFECT OF AUXIN COMBINATIONS ON ROOTING PERSOONIA CHAMAEPITYS AND P. PINIFOLIA CUTTINGS
Roger K. Ellyard
pp: 251-255 — See abstract

TIBOUCHINAS, BEAUTIFUL — CHANGEABLE, A CHALLENGE
Ken Dunstan
pp: 256 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF FICUS SPECIES BY AIR LAYERING
Doug Wadewitz
pp: 257 — See abstract

EFFECT OF PROPAMOCARB AND pH ON THE GROWTH OF FERNS AND PILEA
Ross J. Worrall
pp: 258-261 — See abstract

RAPID PROPAGATION OF CITRUS IN CONTAINERS
G.I Moss and R. Dalgleish
pp: 262-273 — See abstract

EXPERIENCE WITH SHADE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION USING NEW KNITTED TYPE SHADE CLOTH
Wells A. Eden
pp: 274-275 — See abstract

MASS PRODUCTION OF EUCALYPTUS SEEDLINGS BY DIRECT SOWING METHOD
Franz Grossbechler
pp: 276-279 — See abstract

HYGIENE IN THE NURSERY
Nev Higgs
pp: 280-282 — See abstract

OPEN GROUND VS. CONTAINER-GROWN CITRUS
Gary R. Eyles
pp: 283-285 — See abstract

THE INFLUENCE OF AUXINS AND MINERALS ON ROOT MORPHOGENESIS OF EUCALYPTUS FICIFOLIA F. MUELL IN VITRO
JR Gorst, R.A. De Fossard and M. Slaytor
pp: 286-294 — See abstract

THE INFLUENCE OF PLANT HORMONES AND GROWTH FACTORS ON GROWTH OF ERIOSTEMON AUSTRALASIUS PERS. IN TISSUE CULTURE
Julie A. Plummer and R.A. De Fossard
pp: 295-305 — See abstract

LITHODORAS
Terry Hatch
pp: 306 — See abstract

RHODODENDRON PROPAGATION
Denis Hughes
pp: 307-309 — See abstract

THE ROLE AND WORK OF THE NEW ZEALAND NURSERY RESEARCH CENTRE
M. Richards
pp: 310-311 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF ZANTEDESCHIA HYBRIDS
Daniel Cohen
pp: 312-315 — See abstract

CULTIVATION AND PROPAGATION OF INSECTIVOROUS PLANTS
Kevin Garnett
pp: 316-323 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTURE OF BROMELIADS
Alan G. Jolliffe
pp: 324-328 — See abstract

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN SPRAY APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY
J. Maber
pp: 329-336 — See abstract

GRAFTING NUT TREES IN A COLD CLIMATE
Roland Clark
pp: 337-339 — See abstract

ACCEPTANCE OF GLASS SUBSTITUTES IN GREENHOUSE CLADDING AND DESIGN
B.E. Sinclair
pp: 340-341 — See abstract

RE-ESTABLISHING PLANTLETS FROM TISSUE CULTURE: A REVIEW
A.J. Conner and M.B. Thomas
pp: 342-357 — See abstract

A NURSERY FACILITY IN THE BULLER AREA OF NEW ZEALAND
Colin G. Knight
pp: 358-359 — See abstract

POLYTHENE VS. ALUMINIUM FOIL FOR KEEPING PLANT MATERIAL FRESH AND HEALTHY
Graeme C. Platt
pp: 360-365 — See abstract

1981 ROSEBOWL AWARD
Michael Cliff
pp: 366 — See abstract

WORK FLOW AND COSTING IN PROPAGATION
Ian Baldwin and John Stanley
pp: 366-375 — See abstract

PROPAGATION USING THE FOGGING TECHNIQUE
Martin J. Hall
pp: 376-380 — See abstract

HYBRID POPULATIONS IN SOME NATIVE TREES RAISED FROM SEED
D.M. Donovan
pp: 381-383 — See abstract

PLANT CONSERVATION — A ROLE FOR IPPS?
Duncan Donald
pp: 384-385 — See abstract

ETIOLATION OF STOCK PLANTS FOR IMPROVED ROOTING OF CUTTINGS: I. OPPORTUNITIES SUGGESTED BY WORK WITH APPLE
R.S. Harrison-Murray
pp: 386-391 — See abstract

ETIOLATION OF STOCK PLANTS FOR THE IMPROVED ROOTING OF CUTTINGS II. INITIAL EXPERIENCES WITH HARDY ORNAMENTAL NURSERY STOCK
David J. Rowell
pp: 392-396 — See abstract

MY EXPERIENCE WITH DOUBLE CLAD TUNNELS
Jonathan Van Der Borgh
pp: 397-398 — See abstract

PLANT HUNTING IN SPAIN
Kelvin Lawrence
pp: 399-400 — See abstract

DISCUSSION GROUP REPORTS I. CUTTING HANDLING
David Clark
pp: 401-409 — See abstract

THE POTENTIAL ROLE OF THE COMPUTER ON THE NURSERY
Jon Varley
pp: 410-413 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF CONTROLLED AND SLOW RELEASE FERTILISERS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF LINERS UNDER GLASS.
Paul M. Underhill
pp: 414-416 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF MARGINAL AND AQUATIC PLANTS
Graham Burgess
pp: 417-422 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ALPINES
Will Ingwersen
pp: 423-427 — See abstract

THE I.P.P.S. ABROAD — HOLLAND AND BELGIUM
Geoffrey W.J. Forster
pp: 428-429 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
John Gaggini
pp: 430-435 — See abstract

ELLIOTTIA — PROPAGATIONAL DATA FOR FOUR SPECIES
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 436-439 — See abstract

HOW I SOLVED THE PROBLEM
Leonard Savella
pp: 440-441 — See abstract

HOW I SOLVED A DIFFICULT PROPAGATION PROBLEM
Richard A. Jaynes
pp: 442-444 — See abstract

THE ROOTING OF RHODODENDRON STEM CUTTINGS
James S. Wells
pp: 445-448 — See abstract

JUVENILITY AND PLANT PROPAGATION
James R. Clark
pp: 449-452 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF HIGH IBA CONCENTRATIONS ON ROOTING
Calvin Chong
pp: 453-460 — See abstract

ADJUSTING NURSERY PRACTICES FOR PRODUCTION OF MYCORRHIZAL SEEDLINGS DURING PROPAGATION
Dale M. Maronek, James W. Hendrix and Jennifer M. Kiernan
pp: 461-471 — See abstract

ROOTING COMPOUNDS AND THEIR USE IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Michael A. Dirr
pp: 472-478 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY IN PROPAGATION
Blair Mastbaum
pp: 479-481 — See abstract

THE PASSIVE SOLAR PROPAGATION STRUCTURE
Arthur J. Oslach
pp: 482-487 — See abstract

EXPERIENCES IN BREEDING AZALEAS AND RHODODENDRONS
David C. Leach
pp: 488-494 — See abstract

THE GENUS CLEMATIS, PAST AND PRESENT
Raymond J. Evison
pp: 495-500 — See abstract

GRAFTING UPRIGHT JUNIPERS
Dixon P. Hoogendoorn
pp: 501-506 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SHADE TREES BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Douglas J. Chapman and Susan Hoover
pp: 507-511 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ACER GRANDIDENTATUM NUTT. BY LAYERING1
B.E. Tankersley and E.R. Emino
pp: 512-514 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SYRINGA RETICULATA AND ITS FORMS
Joerg Leiss
pp: 515-517 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOUTHERN PINES BY CUTTINGS
Thomas M. Marino
pp: 518-523 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF RHUS TYPHINA ‘LACINIATA’, CUTLEAF STAGHORN SUMAC
Richard E. Cross Sr
pp: 524-526 — See abstract

PROPAGATING DWARF CITRUS WITH HYDRONIC RADIANT HEATED BENCHES
Donald F. Dillon
pp: 527-531 — See abstract

COMMON SENSE IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Paul L. Smeal and James S. Coartney
pp: 532-534 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF CONIFER SEEDLINGS
Hans Hess
pp: 535-536 — See abstract

WOODY TREE AND SHRUB SEEDLING PRODUCTION
Wayne Lovelace
pp: 537-541 — See abstract

SIGNIFICANT ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOCHEMICAL FACTORS IN SEED GERMINATION OF LIRIOPE MUSCARI AND TWO RELATED TAXA
Ann E. Fagan and Michael A. Dirr
pp: 542-553 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE FOR THE PRACTICAL PLANT PROPAGATOR — STATE OF THE ART
Richard H. Zimmerman
pp: 559-562 — See abstract

PROBLEMS POSED BY MICROPLANT MORPHOLOGY
Ellen Sutter
pp: 563-567 — See abstract

PROGRESS IN BREEDING AROIDS
R.J. Henny
pp: 568-570 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF EXTENDED PHOTOPERIOD AND FERTILIZATION ON ROOTING ACER RUBRUM L. ‘RED SUNSET’ CUTTINGS
Bryce H. Lane and Steve Still
pp: 571-578 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander and Peter Del Tredici
pp: 579-587 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN LINERS AND FIELD TRANSPLANTS
Lloyd Moden
pp: 588-590 — See abstract

A VERTICAL AIR-ROOT-PRUNING CONTAINER1
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 591-597 — See abstract

GROUND COVERS FOR HIGHWAY USE
Richard J. Stadtherr
pp: 598-604 — See abstract

PREPARATION OF CONTAINER GROWING BEDS
Grady L. Wadsworth
pp: 605-607 — See abstract

PROPAGATION METHODS USED AT HINES WHOLESALE NURSERIES
Steven A. Hottovy
pp: 608-611 — See abstract

THE SPEEDLING SYSTEM
George Todd Jr
pp: 612-615 — See abstract

PRODUCING BUDDED MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA CULTIVARS
George Itaya
pp: 616-618 — See abstract

MAGNOLIA PROPAGATION
Bill Curtis
pp: 619-620 — See abstract

BEDDING PLANT PRODUCTION
Dexter McDonald
pp: 621-623 — See abstract

IRIS SOFT ROT CAUSED BY ERWINIA CHRYSANTHEMI, ASSOCIATED WITH OVERHEAD IRRIGATION AND ITS CONTROL BY CHLORINATION
George H. Lacy, Robert C. Lambe and Cynthia M. Berg
pp: 624-633 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF SOIL FUNGICIDES ON PRODUCTION EFFICIENCY OF PEPEROMIA GRISEO ARGENTEA ‘BLACKIE’
P.F. Colbaugh and S.J. Terrell
pp: 634-640 — See abstract

SOME ASPECTS OF INTERIOR LANDSCAPING
Len Spencer
pp: 641-642 — See abstract

ALTERNATIVE PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCING TEXAS FIELD ROSE BUSHES1
Fred T. Davies Jr and Yui-Sing Fann
pp: 643-647 — See abstract

FIELD ROSE PRODUCTION
John C. Walter
pp: 648 — See abstract

WOODY TISSUE CULTURE RESEARCH
Jaime E. Lazarte
pp: 649-654 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENTS IN DIRECT ROOTING
Sidney B. Meadows
pp: 655-657 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF UPRIGHT JUNIPERS
Thomas J. Banko
pp: 658-665 — See abstract

TRICKLE IRRIGATION FOR FIELD PRODUCTION
H.G. Ponder
pp: 666-669 — See abstract

PRELIMINARY NOTES ON DESICCATION AND VIABILITY OF LIVE OAK ACORNS
David L. Morgan and Edward L. McWilliams
pp: 670-675 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Charles Parkerson and Frank Willingham
pp: 676-680 — See abstract

COMPARISON OF VARIOUS TREATMENTS IN ROOTING OF RHODODENDRON ‘ENGLISH ROSEUM’ CUTTINGS
Tom Saunders, Lawrence Legg and James Coartney
pp: 681 — See abstract

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