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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 35                 (published in 1985)

NUTRITIONAL STUDIES WITH POTTING MIXES — SULFUR AND VERMICOMPOSTS: PRELIMINARY RESULTS
Kevin A. Handreck
pp: 36-43 — See abstract

THE USE OF TISSUE CULTURE IN THE SEARCH FOR PANAMA DISEASE RESISTANT CLONES OF BANANA
R.A. Drew, P.W. Langdon, K.W. Pegg and W.C. Wong
pp: 44-52 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ORNAMENTAL RAINFOREST PLANTS
F.D. Hockings
pp: 53-56 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION OF KANGAROO PAWS
G.M. Lawson and P.B. Goodwin
pp: 57-64 — See abstract

PROBLEMS AND OPPORTUNITIES IN TROPICAL FRUIT TREE PROPAGATION
Brian J. Watson
pp: 65-71 — See abstract

BUDDING OF EUROPEAN (SPANISH) CHESTNUT (CASTANEA SATIVA MILL.)
Henry Hilton
pp: 72-75 — See abstract

1984 — A YEAR OF PROBLEMS FOR TREE FERNS — SOME GENERAL OBSERVATIONS
A.G. Sonter
pp: 76-77 — See abstract

NEW PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS FOR CUTTINGS AND FOR TISSUE CULTURE
Paul E. Read, Cynthia D. Fellman and Elizabeth Zimmerman
pp: 78-83 — See abstract

PROGRAMMING STOCK PLANTS FOR PROPAGATION SUCCESS
P.E. Read, C.D. Fellman, A.S. Economou and Yang Qiguang
pp: 84-91 — See abstract

VIRUS-TESTED PROPAGATING MATERIAL AND THE FRUIT VARIETY FOUNDATION
R.E. Barke
pp: 92-95 — See abstract

AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF GRAFTING TECHNIQUES
R.B. Wells
pp: 96-101 — See abstract

CHIP BUDDING — A POSSIBILITY FOR PAWPAWS (PAPAYAS)
W.M. Hancock
pp: 102-104 — See abstract

GETTING TO THE ROOTS OF THE PROBLEM
G.M. Moore
pp: 105-111 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENTS IN PLANT PROTECTION PRACTICES IN THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
Ross M. Lisle
pp: 112-119 — See abstract

THE POTENTIAL FOR GRAFTING IN THE PROPAGATION OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVES
Peter J. Lewis
pp: 120-124 — See abstract

THE HYDROVAC THEORY: WILL IT WORK TO ROOT CUTTINGS?
Alan Subritzky
pp: 125-127 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PIERIS JAPONICA
Ed Artlett and Gwen Artlett
pp: 128-129 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL GREVILLEAS
Robert L. Dawson
pp: 130-131 — See abstract

HIBISCUS PROPAGATION IN COOL CLIMATES
Wells A. Eden
pp: 132-133 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF HYACINTH
John H. Colwell
pp: 134-136 — See abstract

GRAFTING OF EUCALYPTUS FICIFOLIA
Fred Van Allmen
pp: 137-138 — See abstract

THE NEW ZEALAND EXPERIENCE IN EXPORT OF NURSERY STOCK
Barrie L. McKenzie
pp: 139-140 — See abstract

TRAINING PLANT PROPAGATORS AND NURSERY WORKERS
Howard C. Brown
pp: 141-143 — See abstract

SEED GERMINATION STUDIES WITH KENTIA PALMS (HOWEA FORSTERANA)
G.P. Lamont
pp: 144-148 — See abstract

TAXUS PRODUCTION IN THE U.S.A.
Ralph Shugert
pp: 149-153 — See abstract

DOMESTICATION OF THE AUSTRALIAN TROPICAL PROTEACEAE
Russell Costin
pp: 154-159 — See abstract

RESPONSE OF VEGETATIVE GROWTH TO LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE IN ANIGOZANTHOS
S.M. Hughes and P.B. Goodwin
pp: 160-169 — See abstract

PROPAGATION FACILITIES — PAST AND PRESENT
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 170-175 — See abstract

ROOTING HARD­TO­ROOT CONIFERS
Roger Mackaness
pp: 176-177 — See abstract

CONTROLLING THE ENVIRONMENT FROM CUTTINGS TO FIELD
James F. McConnell
pp: 178-181 — See abstract

SYSTEM OF DIRECT STICK PROPAGATION
Ross Merker
pp: 182-184 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF FRUIT TREES AT VAN WELL NURSERY
Richard G. Van Well
pp: 185-186 — See abstract

BUDDING HEIGHT AND ORCHARD PLANTING DEPTH FOR MALLING APPLE ROOTSTOCKS
Carl Perleberg
pp: 187-188 — See abstract

FINGERPRINTING APPLES: A CHEMICAL METHOD OF IDENTIFYING CULTIVARS
Fenton E. Larsen, Ricardo A. Menendez and Robert Fritts Jr
pp: 189-195 — See abstract

OPTIMIZATION OF TISSUE CULTURE MEDIA
Carolyn Albrecht
pp: 196-198 — See abstract

LONG­TERM STORAGE TECHNIQUES FOR IN VITRO PLANT GERMPLASM1
Jeanne Gunning and H.B. Lagerstedt
pp: 199-205 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE OF CONIFERS
Mimi L. Kurz
pp: 206-215 — See abstract

PERENNIALS WORTHY OF CULTIVATION
Gerald B. Straley
pp: 216-218 — See abstract

PROPAGATING AND GROWING PRIMROSES IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Diane M. Erickson
pp: 219-221 — See abstract

AN INTERMITTENT MIST SYSTEM WITH PRESSURE BOOSTED BY CONTINUOUS PUMPING
Albert L. Franklin and Philip A. Barker
pp: 222-227 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION 1984 CURTIS J. ALLEY MERIT AWARD
Robert Weidner
pp: 228 — See abstract

PRINCIPLES OF PLANT FREEZING RESISTANCE AND INJURY
C.J. Weiser
pp: 229-236 — See abstract

FROST HARDINESS TESTING
C.J. Sally Johnson
pp: 237-238 — See abstract

FOAMS FOR FREEZE DAMAGE CONTROL IN CONTAINER NURSERIES
James H. Dooley and Douglas R. Woodward
pp: 239-245 — See abstract

KEEPING PLANTS WARM WITH COVERS
Charles H. Parkerson
pp: 246-248 — See abstract

BACTERIZATION OF PLANT PROPAGATION PROPAGULES TO ENHANCE PLANT GROWTH
L.W. Moore
pp: 249-258 — See abstract

CUSTOM SEED PREPARATION FOR OPTIMUM CONIFER PRODUCTION
Sharon K. Delong
pp: 259-262 — See abstract

NEW IDEAS IN THE USE OF PLUG SYSTEMS
Gary P. Hartnett
pp: 263-268 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION QUESTION BOX
Bruce Briggs and Charles Parkerson
pp: 269-273 — See abstract

PLANTS FOR THE DISCRIMINATING PROPAGATOR
Dennis M. Connor
pp: 274-276 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN NATIVES
George Pinyuh
pp: 277-278 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF MAHONIA SPECIES AND CULTIVARS
Dennis M. Connor
pp: 279-280 — See abstract

ARCTOSTAPHYLOS PROPAGATION
Dara E. Emery
pp: 281-284 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND CULTURE OF SOME WESTERN NORTH AMERICAN CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
Douglas M. Burdic
pp: 285-292 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF PAXISTIMA MYRSINITES, VACCINIUM OVATUM, RIBES SANGUINEUM, AND ACER GLABRUM V. DOUGLASII
Charles E. Tubesing
pp: 293-296 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME NATIVE DECIDUOUS SHRUBS
Robert Bruce McTavish
pp: 297-300 — See abstract

PROPAGATING CEANOTHUS
Michael Nevin Smith
pp: 301-305 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF NATIVE PLANTS IN TISSUE CULTURE
Stephen Garton and Meena S. Moses
pp: 306-317 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF STEVIA REBAUDIANA BY CUTTINGS
John M. Follett
pp: 318-322 — See abstract

PERSIMMON PROPAGATION: RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS FROM RUAKURA
Jenny C. Smith, David J. Jordan and and Frank H. Wood
pp: 323-327 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TWO KINDS OF SOUTH AFRICAN BULBS
Malcolm McDonald
pp: 328-330 — See abstract

IN VITRO CULTURE OF MATURE COMMERCIAL PISTACIA VERA L. CULTIVARS
M. Barghchi
pp: 331-333 — See abstract

IN VITRO MICROPROPAGATION OF PISTACIA ROOTSTOCKS
M. Barghchi
pp: 334-337 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS
Walter P. Miller
pp: 338-341 — See abstract

PLANT SELECTORS' RIGHTS IN NEW ZEALAND — DO YOU KNOW THE FACTS?
Jocelyn M.A. Yates
pp: 342-346 — See abstract

SHRINK WRAP — OUR EXPERIENCE
Ian Duncalf
pp: 347-350 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF AMARYLLIDS: A BRIEF REVIEW
C.B. Christie
pp: 351-356 — See abstract

OUR WAY WITH FOG PROPAGATION OF TISSUE-CULTURED PLANTS
Peter W. Spear
pp: 357-358 — See abstract

A SHORT HISTORY OF THE PRIMROSE AND POLYANTHUS
Terry C. Hatch
pp: 359-360 — See abstract

POLYANTHUS PONDERINGS
R. Noel McMillan
pp: 361-363 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF THE CORDYLINES BY VEGETATIVE MEANS
Graeme C. Platt
pp: 364-365 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF CONTAINER­GROWN NEW ZEALAND NATIVE PLANTS FOR REVEGETATION
Mark A. Dean
pp: 366-369 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE: IS IT THE ULTIMATE IN ASEXUAL PROPAGATION?
Brian J. Callaghan
pp: 370-374 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRONS BY CUTTINGS: VARIATIONS UTILIZED IN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY OF OREGON
W. June Brennan
pp: 375-379 — See abstract

IN SEARCH OF NEW PLANTS: PLANT INTRODUCTION, METHODS, AND APPLICATION
Dick J.W. Endt
pp: 380-382 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF RADIATA PINE
Michael I. Menzies
pp: 383-391 — See abstract

RAISING BEDDING PLANTS FROM SEED
Mark Heath
pp: 392-394 — See abstract

LARGE SCALE APPROACH TO CROP PROTECTION
John Adlam
pp: 395-399 — See abstract

PROGRESS WITH DISEASES AND DISEASE CONTROL
John Evans
pp: 400-405 — See abstract

ALPINES AND HERBACEOUS PLANT FROM SEED PRODUCED IN LOW COST FILM PLASTIC STRUCTURES
J.G. Farthing
pp: 406-410 — See abstract

A PLANT INTRODUCTION SCHEME FOR NEW AND RECOMMENDED PLANTS FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 411-416 — See abstract

HANDLE WITH CARE
Andy Hewson
pp: 417-420 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME TROPICAL AND OTHER FOREST SPECIES
Janette E. Inglis
pp: 421-426 — See abstract

HALF­HARDY PERENNIALS
Ivan Dickings
pp: 427-428 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL TRAVELS IN POLAND
Michael L. Dunnett
pp: 429-431 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF SEED WEIGHT ON THE EARLY GROWTH OF QUERCUS SUBER L. SEEDLINGS
J.L. Garcia Valdecantos
pp: 432-435 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION OBSERVATIONS IN NORTH AMERICA
Daniel P. Elliott
pp: 436-437 — See abstract

CLONAL PROPAGATION OF FAGUS SYLVATICA L. BY CUTTINGS
Ole Nymark Larsen
pp: 438-442 — See abstract

CLONAL SELECTION OF HARDY ORNAMENTAL NURSERY STOCK
Christopher G. Thomas
pp: 443-448 — See abstract

ANATOMICAL STATUS AND ROOTING OF EUONYMUS JAPONICA L. CUTTINGS
B. Bogdanov and P. Alexandrov
pp: 449-453 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF BARK FOR COMPOSTS
Norman Stewart
pp: 454-457 — See abstract

PROGRESS WITH DIRECT STICKING OF CUTTINGS
Margaret A. Scott
pp: 458-463 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL ASPECTS OF DIRECT STICKING OF CUTTINGS AT HILLIERS
Brian E. Humphrey
pp: 464-467 — See abstract

VEGETABLE PLANT RAISING USING SPEEDLING TRANSPLANTS
John Cooley
pp: 468-471 — See abstract

ROOTING OF CUTTINGS IN RELATION TO THE PROPAGATION MEDIUM
Keith Loach
pp: 472-487 — See abstract

ETIOLATION AS A TOOL FOR ROOTING CUTTINGS OF DIFFICULT-TO-ROOT WOODY PLANTS
Brian Maynard and Nina Bassuk
pp: 488-494 — See abstract

SEED TREATMENTS TO ENHANCE GERMINATION
Joerg Leiss
pp: 495-498 — See abstract

PHOTOPERIODISM IN WOODY PLANTS AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE TO PLANT PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION1
Martin M. Meyer Jr
pp: 499-506 — See abstract

COMPANION GRASSES IN NURSERY PRODUCTION
Wayne Lovelace
pp: 507-508 — See abstract

CHARACTERIZATION OF THE ROOT-PROMOTING ACTIVITY IN WILLOW EXTRACTS1
Luce Diagneault and Calvin Chong
pp: 509-518 — See abstract

ROOTING SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS OF MATURE BETULA PAPYRIFERA1,2
Norman E. Pellett and Karen Alpert
pp: 519-525 — See abstract

OVERWINTER SURVIVAL OF NEWLY­PROPAGATED STEM CUTTINGS OF CERTAIN DECIDUOUS WOODY PLANTS
Dennis P. Stimart and Michael A. Goodman
pp: 526-531 — See abstract

PRE­SEASON PROPAGATION
Brian M. Decker
pp: 532-534 — See abstract

ROOTING DECIDUOUS SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS IN PLUGS
Dale G. Deppe
pp: 535-537 — See abstract

DESCRIPTIONS OF EIGHTEEN TETRAPLOID LOBELIA CULTIVARS
Wray M. Bowden and Arthur J. Oslach
pp: 538-541 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WILDFLOWERS
William E. Brumback
pp: 542-547 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS BY ROOT CUTTINGS
Michael H. Dodge
pp: 548-554 — See abstract

CLONAL DIFFERENCES IN PROPAGATING CONIFERS
Sidney Waxman
pp: 555-559 — See abstract

WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA HEMLOCK SEEDLING PRODUCTION
Richard E. Bir
pp: 560-564 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF TSUGA CANADENSIS CULTIVARS: HARDWOOD VERSUS SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Peter Del Tredici
pp: 565-568 — See abstract

OVERWINTERING LINERS IN A WELL-WATER HEATED STORAGE STRUCTURE1
James R. Johnson
pp: 569-574 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY ROOT CUTTINGS
Christoph Kessel
pp: 575-576 — See abstract

PROPER SELECTION OF PROPAGATION MATERIAL CAN BOOST NURSERY PRODUCTIVITY1
Daniel K. Struve
pp: 577-581 — See abstract

SYNTHESIZING PLANT CHIMERAS AS A SOURCE OF NEW PHENOTYPES1
Michael Marcotrigiano
pp: 582-586 — See abstract

FOG PROPAGATION — AN UPDATE
D.C. Milbocker and M.A. Stefani
pp: 587-590 — See abstract

IMPROVING MEDIA AERATION IN LINER AND CONTAINER PRODUCTION
Dalem M. Maronek, Daniel Studebaker and Beverly Oberly
pp: 591-596 — See abstract

ROOTING MEDIA USED AT APPALACHIAN NURSERIES
Thomas L. McCloud
pp: 597-599 — See abstract

IMPORTANCE OF PROPER AERATION IN SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION MEDIA
Mark L. Richey
pp: 600-602 — See abstract

HOW DOES TISSUE CULTURE BENEFIT THE PRACTICAL PLANT PROPAGATOR
Paul E. Read and Terry L. Ettinger
pp: 603-607 — See abstract

ROLE OF CYTOKININ IN WOODY PLANT MICROPROPAGATION
John W. Einset
pp: 608-615 — See abstract

EVALUATION OF A HOME TISSUE CULTURE MEDIUM
Andrew Brand and Mark P. Bridgen
pp: 616-621 — See abstract

HYBRIDIZING, SELECTING, AND GROWING NEW FORMS OF KALMIA LATIFOLIA
R. Wayne Mezitt
pp: 622-625 — See abstract

PROPAGATING AND PRODUCING KALMIA LATIFOLIA CONVENTIONALLY
John (Ed.) Kinsey
pp: 626-628 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION AWARD OF MERIT
Lawrence Carville
pp: 629 — See abstract

CONTAINERIZED SEEDLING AND ROOTED CUTTING TECHNOLOGY IN SWEDEN
Henry F. Hughes
pp: 630-632 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and Joerg Leiss
pp: 633-640 — See abstract

KEEPING TRACK OF NEW CULTIVAR INTRODUCTIONS
Ruth Kvaalen
pp: 641-643 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander and Gary Koller
pp: 644-649 — See abstract

COMPARISON OF GELLING SUBSTANCES USED IN MICROPROPAGATION
Mike J. Young
pp: 650-654 — See abstract

INTERSPECIFIC HYBRIDIZATION AMONG CORNUS FLORIDA, C. KOUSA, AND C. NUTTALLII1
Elwin R. Orton Jr
pp: 655-660 — See abstract

PROPAGATING RHODODENDRON CUTTINGS WITH FLEXWATT IN POLY TUNNELS
David J. Beattie, J.K. Iles and L.J. Kuhns
pp: 661-671 — See abstract

WATER QUALITY AND PLANT PRODUCTION IN CONTAINERS
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 672-676 — See abstract

BUILDING A HIGH HUMIDITY PROPAGATION SYSTEM
Butch Gaddy
pp: 677-679 — See abstract

A SIMPLE AND FLEXIBLE MIST CONTROLLER
Bill Craven III
pp: 680-681 — See abstract

YOUR IRRIGATION WATER SAMPLE
Paul C.H. Chu
pp: 682-683 — See abstract

A WOOD­BURNING FURNACE FOR HEATING PROPAGATION HOUSES
Ronald W. Copeland
pp: 684-686 — See abstract

AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO THE USE OF BOTTOM HEAT
Jerry Billington
pp: 687-691 — See abstract

GAS: A HEAT SOURCE FOR WINTER PROTECTION
Peter Van Der Giessen
pp: 692-693 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF EXOGENEOUS AUXIN APPLICATION ON THE MINERAL NUTRIENT STATUS OF ‘CONVEXA’ HOLLY CUTTINGS DURING INTERMITTENT MIST PROPAGATION
Frank A. Blazich, Robert D. Wright and Henry E. Schaffer
pp: 694-700 — See abstract

PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTION OF OXYFLUORFEN (GOAL)
Jules J. Jaeger
pp: 701-704 — See abstract

A GRANULAR FORMULATION OF OXYFLUORFEN (ROUT)
Richard Bailey
pp: 705-709 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ILEX VOMITORIA ‘NANA’
Patrick H. Duck
pp: 710 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BERBERIS THUNBERGII ‘ATROPURPUREA NANA’
Bill Barr
pp: 711 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CLETHRA ALNIFOLIA
Blaine A. Bunting
pp: 712 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF VIBURNUM CARLESII HYBRIDS
Milton P. Schaefer Jr
pp: 713-715 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF QUERCUS VIRGINIANA CUTTINGS
David L. Morgan
pp: 716-718 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF UPRIGHT JUNIPERS
Dennis M. Connor
pp: 719-721 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF × CUPRESSOCYPARIS LEYLANDII
Joe C. Powell
pp: 722 — See abstract

TEN OUTSTANDING FLOWERING TREES FOR POTENTIAL SOUTHEASTERN U.S. PRODUCTION
J.C. Raulston
pp: 723-727 — See abstract

TEN WOODY PLANTS THAT DESERVE A LONGER LOOK
Michael A. Dirr
pp: 728-733 — See abstract

NEW FOLIAGE PLANTS WITH POTENTIAL
Don Smedberg
pp: 734-736 — See abstract

TEN OUTSTANDING PERENNIALS
Daan Kneppers
pp: 737-743 — See abstract

ACCLIMATION AND WINTER PROTECTION OF CONTAINER-GROWN NURSERY CROPS
Robert D. Wright
pp: 744-749 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF SOPHORA SECUNDIFLORA
Cal A. Froberg
pp: 750-754 — See abstract

PLANT PATENTS, TRADEMARKS, AND OTHER VARIETY PROTECTION DEVICES
R.J. Hutton
pp: 755-760 — See abstract

FORECASTING FAST TURNOVER CROPS
Cynthia J. Staha
pp: 761-763 — See abstract

CROP FORECASTING FOR TWO TO THREE-YEAR CROPS
Richard L. Marshall
pp: 764-765 — See abstract

FORECASTING FOR CROPS: 3 TO 5 YEARS
Earle Robert Marvin
pp: 766 — See abstract

FORECASTING FOR PURCHASING
Al Fritz
pp: 767-769 — See abstract

PLANT MODELING: DEVELOPING AN APPROACH1
Fred T. Davies Jr
pp: 770-775 — See abstract

PLANT MODELING — PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 776-779 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Bryson James and Carl Whitcomb
pp: 780 — See abstract

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