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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 33                 (published in 1983)

PROPAGATION OF CLONAL ROOTSTOCKS BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Douglas E. Sabin
pp: 36-38 — See abstract

SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION OF CERTAIN SHADE TREE SPECIES
Lance Lyon
pp: 39-40 — See abstract

STOOL BED PRODUCTION OF CLONAL APPLE UNDERSTOCKS
Michael A. Anderson and Allan E. Elliott
pp: 41-45 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF DECIDUOUS TREES
Gayle R.L. Suttle
pp: 46-49 — See abstract

DUPLEX GRAFTING OF HEMLOCKS
Richard Bush
pp: 50 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF FILBERT TREES BY LAYERING AND BY GRAFTING
Verl L. Holden
pp: 51 — See abstract

HOT-CALLUS GRAFTING OF FILBERT TREES
John Russell Strametz
pp: 52-53 — See abstract

WINTER GRAFTING OF CEDAR, SPRUCE, AND ORNAMENTAL CHERRY
Lance Lyon
pp: 54-55 — See abstract

SEED CONE COLLECTION PROCEDURES, SEED EXTRACTION, AND SEED STORAGE
Clark G. Brown
pp: 56-63 — See abstract

CONIFER SEED SOURCES, TESTING, STRATIFICATION, AND SOWING FOR THE INDUSTRIAL FORESTRY ASSOCIATION
C.J. Sally Johnson
pp: 64-65 — See abstract

TERMINAL BUD ABORTION IN COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE
David G. Adams
pp: 66-67 — See abstract

IMPORTANCE OF SEED SELECTION FOR CHRISTMAS TREE PRODUCTION
Barbara M. Hupp
pp: 68-70 — See abstract

STRAWDUST — AN ALTERNATIVE GROWING MEDIUM
Dick Tuefel
pp: 71 — See abstract

COMPUTER CONTROLS FOR GREENHOUSE ENVIRONMENTS
Hugo C. Wildschut
pp: 72-77 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION 1983 AWARD OF MERIT
Phil Parvin
pp: 78 — See abstract

WILLOW WATER AND ROOTING RHODODENDRON CUTTINGS
W.M. Proebsting
pp: 79-81 — See abstract

JIGS FOR CRATING LINERS FOR SHIPMENT OF SMALL NURSERY PLANTS
Irene Burden
pp: 82 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION COSTS FOR FRASER PHOTINIA AND TAM JUNIPER
Wilbur L. Bluhm and John Burt
pp: 83-87 — See abstract

USING GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS IN A PROPAGATION NURSERY
Geri Mitsch
pp: 88-89 — See abstract

VIRUS ERADICATION THROUGH IN VITRO TECHNIQUES
Paul L. Monette
pp: 90-99 — See abstract

PROPAGATION: FOG NOT MIST
Timothy F. Press
pp: 100-109 — See abstract

ROOTING CONIFER CUTTINGS WITH A FOG SYSTEM
Craig W. Shinn
pp: 110-112 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF SELECTED MATURE CLONES OF LIQUIDAMBAR STYRACIFLUA
Ellen Sutter and Philip Barker
pp: 113-117 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF ACACIA ITEAPHYLLA
Barrie Coate
pp: 118-120 — See abstract

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA BOTANICAL GARDEN PLANT INTRODUCTION SCHEME — AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A NEW RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NURSERIES AND THE PUBLIC GARDEN
Roy L. Taylor
pp: 121-124 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY DIRECT STICKING OF CUTTINGS IN A NUTRIENT MEDIUM
Reggie Hunter
pp: 125 — See abstract

PROGRESS AND NEW IDEAS IN TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION
Randall W. Burr
pp: 126-129 — See abstract

THE IMPORTANCE OF TIMING IN PROPAGATION BY CUTTINGS
Edward W. Schultz
pp: 130-131 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF FILBERTS, CORYLUS AVELLANA1,2
Wilbur C. Anderson
pp: 132-139 — See abstract

EXOTIC TROPICAL AND SUB-TROPICAL FRUITS AND NUTS AND THE AUSTRALIAN PLANT PROPAGATOR
P.B. Scholefield
pp: 140-144 — See abstract

INVESTIGATIONS OF GERMINATION AND BENCHING IN SWEET ORANGE SEED
S.C. Brown, B.G. Coombe, G.B. Gotley, C.L. Bennett and I.S. Tolley
pp: 145-152 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CORDYLINE TERMINALIS ‘SHEPPERDII’ BY HYDROCULTURE
Vic Fines
pp: 153 — See abstract

CONTROL OF FUSCHIA RUST
Debora H. Law
pp: 154-156 — See abstract

CITRUS NURSERY PRACTICES IN HUNAN PROVINCE, PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Peter B. Smith
pp: 157-159 — See abstract

TOWARD A WORKABLE SOFTWOOD CUTTING TECHNIQUE FOR PROPAGATING AVOCADOS
T. Trochoulias, G.W. Griffith and and N.G. Smith
pp: 160-163 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DRACAENA MARGINATA BY HEADS
Adrian Hicks
pp: 164 — See abstract

SUMMER GRAFTING OF GOLDEN ROBINIA
Graham Parr
pp: 164-166 — See abstract

A SIMPLE METHOD FOR IN­GROUND PRODUCTION OF SEEDLINGS
K. Holmes
pp: 167-169 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF PLANT PROPAGATION IN TAXONOMY AND CONSERVATION
C. Ritchie Bell
pp: 170-175 — See abstract

EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL MIST CONTROL UNITS
R.J. Worrall
pp: 176-181 — See abstract

MECHANICAL AIDS TO PLANT PROPAGATION
Ian Gordon
pp: 182-185 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL EDUCATION IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY
Andrew J. Walker
pp: 186-189 — See abstract

HOW COMPUTERISED RECORD KEEPING CAN HELP THE PROPAGATOR
Penelope A. Rose
pp: 190-192 — See abstract

MACADAMIA HUSKS AS A POTTING MEDIUM FOR ORNAMENTALS
Tim Trochoulias and Andrew J. Burton
pp: 193-196 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF IPOMOEA HORSFALLIAE IN HYDROPONICS
Patricia D. Raward
pp: 197-199 — See abstract

USE OF HERBICIDES IN TUBE-STOCK PRODUCTION
Adrian Bowden
pp: 200-201 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Ben Swane
pp: 202-205 — See abstract

DEFLASKING AND CULTIVATION OF TISSUE­CULTURED PLANTS
Elizabeth Metcalfe
pp: 206 — See abstract

FIXING CLIMBERS TO STAKES WITH ADHESIVE LABELS
Roger Peate
pp: 207 — See abstract

HOW TO MEASURE AIR SPACE IN POTTING MEDIA
Ian Tolley
pp: 208-209 — See abstract

HOW COULD BRITISH BOTANIC GARDENS HELP THE NURSERY STOCK INDUSTRY IN FINDING NEW PLANTS OF INTEREST?
Tom Wood
pp: 210-212 — See abstract

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA BOTANICAL GARDEN PLANT INTRODUCTION SCHEME
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 213 — See abstract

THE COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION OF NATIONAL PLANT COLLECTIONS
A.D. Schilling
pp: 213-219 — See abstract

LEAF SPOT DISEASES OF COMMERCIAL ORNAMENTAL PLANTS — THEIR RECOGNITION AND CONTROL
Don Gilbert
pp: 220-221 — See abstract

MONOCHAETIA KARSTENII — A LEAF DISEASE OF CAMELLIA
Margaret A. Scott
pp: 222-224 — See abstract

CONCERNS WHEN PROPAGATING PLANTS FOR THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT
John A. Wott
pp: 225-228 — See abstract

NEW HERBICIDES FOR THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
Elton M. Smith
pp: 229-232 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF PROPAGATION UNIT SYSTEMS
Christine Maunder
pp: 233-238 — See abstract

PROGRESS IN MICROPROPAGATION OF WOODY PLANTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND WESTERN CANADA
Bruce A. Briggs and Steven M. McCulloch
pp: 239-248 — See abstract

THE FUTURE USE OF MICROPROPAGATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
David Pennell
pp: 249-252 — See abstract

WEANING AND GROWING­ON OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTS
David Miller
pp: 253-255 — See abstract

WEANING PLANTS FROM TISSUE CULTURE
Graham Shillabeer
pp: 256-258 — See abstract

RESULTS OF THE IPPS QUESTIONNAIRE ON THE PROPAGATION OF SOFT AND SEMI­RIPE CUTTINGS
Barry Lockwood
pp: 259-263 — See abstract

"HOW IT IS DONE" — THE COMPANY THAT PRODUCED THE BEST RESULTS IN RESPONSE TO THE G.B. & I. IPPS QUESTIONNAIRE
Douglas Anderson
pp: 264 — See abstract

HOW CAN IPPS HELP IN FUTURE PROPAGATION TRAINING?
Thomas J. Campbell
pp: 265-267 — See abstract

THE PRODUCTION OF POT-GROWN LINERS IN FRANCE
Andre Briant
pp: 268-269 — See abstract

THE PRODUCTION OF POT-GROWN LINERS IN DEVON
Nigel John Timpson
pp: 270-273 — See abstract

DIRECT ROOTING OF DORMANT CUTTINGS
Charles H. Parkerson
pp: 274-276 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF POT­GROWN LINERS USING THE "LEVINGTON TRAY"
Derek C. Attenburrow
pp: 277-279 — See abstract

POT­GROWN LINER PRODUCTION IN DENMARK
Anton Thomsen
pp: 280-281 — See abstract

MECHANICAL LIFTING AND COLD STORAGE OF FRUIT TREES AND ROOTSTOCKS
Nicholas D. Dunn
pp: 282-284 — See abstract

STANDARD STEMS FOR ROSES
Andrew Eames
pp: 285 — See abstract

IPPS AND ISHS — HOW CAN THEY COOPERATE?
W.-U.v. Hentig
pp: 286-290 — See abstract

PROPAGATION SYSTEMS IN NEW ZEALAND AND A MEANS OF COMPARING THEIR EFFECTIVENESS
Keith Loach
pp: 291-294 — See abstract

EVALUATION OF CHARLTON THERMOSYSTEM BASE HEATING APPARATUS
T. O'Flaherty and J.C. Kelly
pp: 295-298 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENTS IN NURSERY STOCK PRODUCTION IN ISRAEL
Hannah Lilien-Kipnis
pp: 299-304 — See abstract

ORNAMENTAL NURSERY STOCK PRODUCTION — WHAT IS ITS FUTURE?
D.N. Clark
pp: 305-307 — See abstract

CUTTINGS FROM CONIFEROUS SPECIES — TYPES AND ROOTING FOR CONTAINERS
Bojin Bogdanov
pp: 308-315 — See abstract

PROCEDURES AND PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE TRANSFER OF TISSUE­CULTURED PLANTS
S. Pocock
pp: 316-319 — See abstract

USE OF PINUS RADIATA BARK: A FOUR­YEAR EXPERIENCE
Graeme C. Platt
pp: 320-322 — See abstract

CONTAINER PRODUCTION OF ASPARAGUS SEEDLINGS
John M. Follett
pp: 323-326 — See abstract

GLOMERELLA CINGULATA ON CAMELLIAS AND THE IMPLICATION FOR PLANT EXPORTS
A.J. McCully, A.F. Rainbow, Gillian Laundon and J.J. Soteros
pp: 327-331 — See abstract

THE INTRODUCTION TO NEW ZEALAND OF ELMS RESISTANT TO DUTCH ELM DISEASE
S.A. Parkinson
pp: 332-339 — See abstract

SELECTION, DEVELOPMENT, AND PROPAGATION OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
Ben Swane
pp: 340-346 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DECIDUOUS TREES BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS IN HEATED BINS
M. Richards
pp: 347-350 — See abstract

BULBS FOR THE FUTURE
Terry Hatch
pp: 351-355 — See abstract

WHAT IPPS HAS MEANT TO THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
Hugh Steavenson
pp: 356-360 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS FROM ROOT PIECES TO REINTRODUCE JUVENILITY IN A NEW DWARF ROOTSTOCK (OTTAWA 3)
Robert H. Osborne
pp: 361-365 — See abstract

OUTDOOR ROOTING UNDER A WHITE POLYETHYLENE TENT1
Norman E. Pellett, Daphne Dippre and Ann Hazelrigg
pp: 366-372 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT HEAT SOURCES IN OUTDOOR MIST BEDS1
John J. McGuire, Charles G. McKiel and Stephen Macdonald
pp: 373-383 — See abstract

VENTILATED HIGH HUMIDITY PROPAGATION
D.C. Milbocker
pp: 384-386 — See abstract

PROPAGATION: FOG NOT MIST
Thomas R. Mee and Timothy F. Press
pp: 387 — See abstract

STRIPPING VS. NONSTRIPPING ON ROOTING OF WOODY ORNAMENTAL CUTTING — GROWER RESULTS
Dale M. Maronek, Daniel Studebaker, Thomas Mccloud, Vern Black and Ronald St. Jean
pp: 388-397 — See abstract

SOMATIC MEIOSIS
R.J. Griesbach
pp: 398-401 — See abstract

CLONAL PROPAGATION OF PERENNIAL PLANTS FROM FLOWERS BY TISSUE CULTURE1
Martin M. Meyer Jr
pp: 402-406 — See abstract

GRAFT INCOMPATIBILITY IN WOODY PLANTS
Charles W. Heuser
pp: 407-411 — See abstract

THE USE OF PRE-EMERGENCE HERBICIDES TO CONTROL CHICKWEED IN NEWLY-BUDDED CRABAPPLES
Stephen C. Weller and Philip L. Carpenter
pp: 412-414 — See abstract

AN INEXPENSIVE METHOD OF DWARF SPRUCE PROPAGATION
David H. Bakker
pp: 415-416 — See abstract

REVIEW OF GRAFTING
Mike J. Young
pp: 417-421 — See abstract

SIDE VENEER GRAFTING
J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 422-424 — See abstract

SADDLE GRAFTING
Leonard Savella
pp: 425 — See abstract

SHIELD BUDDING
Thomas L. McCloud
pp: 426-427 — See abstract

GIRDLING ROOTS, FACT OR FICTION
Francis R. Gouin
pp: 428-432 — See abstract

PROMOTION OF ROOT REGENERATION IN DIFFICULT­TO­TRANSPLANT SPEICES1
D.K. Struve, R.D. Kelly and B.C. Moser
pp: 433-438 — See abstract

HERBICIDES FOR CONIFER SEEDBEDS
Larry J. Kuhns
pp: 439-444 — See abstract

PRE­ AND POST­PLANT EMERGENCE HERBICIDES AS THEY AFFECT SEED GERMINATION AND GROWTH OF FOUR HARDWOOD AND ONE CONIFEROUS SPECIES GROWING ON SEWAGE SLUDGE COMPOST­AMENDED SOIL1
Lori Graunke and F.R. Gouin
pp: 445-449 — See abstract

JUNIPER PRODUCTION WITHOUT HERBICIDES
Art Vanderkruk
pp: 450-454 — See abstract

WILL THE PROPAGATOR HAVE THE PESTICIDES HE NEEDS NEXT YEAR?
Ray Brush
pp: 455-460 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PRUNUS PERSICA CULTIVARS BY CUTTINGS
Jerome L. Frecon
pp: 461-467 — See abstract

DEVELOPING AND IDENTIFYING HARDY LANDSCAPE PLANTS
Harold Pellett
pp: 468-472 — See abstract

PLANT NOMENCLATURE AND NAMING NEW CULTIVARS
Ruth Kvaalen
pp: 473-479 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander and Gary Koller
pp: 480-493 — See abstract

AWARD OF MERIT
John McGuire
pp: 494-495 — See abstract

TEN YEARS OF PLANT PROPAGATION PROGRESS
J.S. Coartney
pp: 496-499 — See abstract

WITCHES'-BROOM COLLECTION OF CONIFERS AND THEIR PROPAGATION
Sidney Waxman
pp: 500-503 — See abstract

ROLE OF STRATIFICATION, TEMPERATURE, AND LIGHT IN FRASER FIR SEED GERMINATION
Craig R. Adkins
pp: 504-514 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and Joerg Leiss
pp: 515-519 — See abstract

COMPUTERS — WHERE ARE YOU?
William R. Studebaker
pp: 520-524 — See abstract

WATER QUALITY IN PLANT PROPAGATION
D. Burke McNeill
pp: 525-527 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF WILLOW AND POPLAR EXTRACTS ON ROOTING CUTTINGS1,2
Claude Richer Leclerc and Calvin Chong
pp: 528-535 — See abstract

COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF SELECTED ROOTING COMPOUNDS ON THE ROOTING OF PHOTINIA × FRASERI
Michael A. Dirr
pp: 536-541 — See abstract

SELECTION AND PROPAGATION OF CRAPE MYRTLE
David Byers
pp: 542-545 — See abstract

HEMEROCALLIS PRODUCTION AND CULTIVATION
Gary Fraser
pp: 546 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTIVATION OF PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS ‘SCHIPKAENSIS’
Gary Adams
pp: 547-550 — See abstract

GRAFTING OF JAPANESE MAPLE CULTIVARS
Don Shadow
pp: 551 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SHADE AND FLOWERING TREES BY CUTTINGS AT PLEASANT COVE NURSERY
James Whaley
pp: 552-554 — See abstract

LIME AND LIME SOURCES IN CONTAINER NURSERY PRODUCTION
Keith R. Guthrie
pp: 555-558 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF JUVENILITY AND MATURITY IN PROPAGATION
Fred T. Davies Jr
pp: 559-564 — See abstract

COMPARISON OF IBA QUICK-DIPS WITH TALC FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS
V.P. Bonaminio
pp: 565-567 — See abstract

PROPAGATION: FOG NOT MIST
Timothy F. Press
pp: 568 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND LINER PRODUCTION AT JAMES NURSERY
Malcolm James
pp: 569-570 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTURE OF PIERIS JAPONICA CULTIVARS
Brian A. Nelson
pp: 571-572 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME RARE TROPICAL PLANTS
Shivu I. Patel
pp: 573-579 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AT GREENBRIAR NURSERIES
Bill Reese
pp: 580-582 — See abstract

ROOT-ZONE HEATING INNOVATIONS IN FLORIDA1
Richard W. Henly, William H. Bodnaruk Jr, Robert Mellen Jr and Dewayne L. Ingram
pp: 583-588 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF JUNIPERUS CHINENSIS ‘TORULOSA’ USING BOTTOM HEAT
Jerry L. Wetherington
pp: 589-593 — See abstract

BIOTHERM BOTTOM HEATING IN PROPAGATION
Ted Springer
pp: 594-595 — See abstract

CHLORINATION OF IRRIGATION WATER
Bill Daughtry
pp: 596-599 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF CHEMICAL SANITATION TREATMENTS ON PROPAGATION OF BUXUS MICROPHYLLA AND PEPEROMIA CAPERATA
D.L. Morgan and P.F. Colbaugh
pp: 600-607 — See abstract

SANITATION: A DELIBERATE, ESSENTIAL EXERCISE IN PLANT DISEASE CONTROL
Eugene H. Moody Sr
pp: 608-613 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE OF PECAN, OAK, AND OTHER WOODY PLANT SPECIES
Jaime E. Lazarte
pp: 614-617 — See abstract

ESTABLISHING TISSUE­CULTURED PLANTS IN SOIL
John L. Griffis Jr, Gary Hennen and Raymond P. Oglesby
pp: 618-621 — See abstract

ASEXUAL MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA PROPAGATION AT SHADY GROVE NURSERY
William M. Brailsford
pp: 622-623 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DWARF NANDINA CULTIVARS
Tim Gwaltney
pp: 624-628 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Tom Couturier
pp: 629 — See abstract

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