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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 36                 (published in 1986)

THE INTERNATIONAL PLANT PROPAGATORS' SOCIETY: A DYNAMIC ORGANIZATION THAT SERVES YOU
Philip E. Parvin
pp: 32-35 — See abstract

WHERE FROM AND WHERE TO…
Tok Furuta
pp: 36-39 — See abstract

TRENDS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
Charles E. Hess
pp: 40-47 — See abstract

EARNING WHILE LEARNING—AN EDUCATIONAL APPROACH
Howard C. Brown
pp: 48-51 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN AUSTRALIA
Natalie F. Peate
pp: 52-55 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN NEW ZEALAND
Barrie L. McKenzie
pp: 56-60 — See abstract

THE STORY OF SCABIOUS BUTTERFLY BLUE
Michael L. Dunnett
pp: 61-65 — See abstract

VITRIFICATION OF PLANTS CULTURED IN VITRO
F. Loreti and P.L. Pasqualetto
pp: 66-71 — See abstract

STATUS OF CROP IMPROVEMENT THROUGH TISSUE CULTURE
Zachary S. Wochok
pp: 72-76 — See abstract

CROP MODELING AND PRODUCTION COSTS
J. Heinrich Lieth
pp: 77-82 — See abstract

THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN NURSERY CROP PRODUCTION
Lorence R. Oki
pp: 83-88 — See abstract

JAPANESE MAPLE PROPAGATION AT MONROVIA NURSERY
Steven A. Hottovy
pp: 89-90 — See abstract

GRAFT INCOMPATIBILITY: EFFECT OF CYANOGENIC GLYCOSIDES ON ALMOND AND PLUM CALLUS GROWTH
Charles W. Heuser
pp: 91-96 — See abstract

AIR LAYERING: AN ALTERNATIVE METHOD FOR THE PROPAGATION OF MAHONIA AQUIFOLIUM ‘COMPACTA’
Rick Wells
pp: 97-98 — See abstract

CAMELLIA GRAFTING AT MONROVIA NURSERY
Rick Wells
pp: 99-100 — See abstract

RECENT ADVANCES IN THE PROPAGATION OF WOODY PERENNIALS
Don J. Durzan
pp: 101-107 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF IBA CONCENTRATIONS ON ROOTING OF WOODY PERENNIAL NURSERY STOCK1
Calvin Chong and Luce Daigneault
pp: 108-115 — See abstract

DORMANCY CONTROL IN MAGNOLIA SEED GERMINATION
Philip McMillan Browse
pp: 116-119 — See abstract

HORTICULTURAL ROCKWOOL AND DIATOMACEOUS EARTH IN PLANT PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
Tony Biggs
pp: 120-125 — See abstract

THE EFFECT OF PROPAGATION METHOD ON FORCED POTTED PLANTS AND ON PATHOGEN RESISTANCE IN SYRINGA VULGARIS
Henry Lima Jr and Robert Ticknor
pp: 126-130 — See abstract

DWARF CONIFERS FROM WITCHES'-BROOMS
Sidney Waxman
pp: 131-137 — See abstract

PLANT SELECTION AND INTRODUCTION—SOME FACTS OF LIFE
H.B. Tukey Jr
pp: 138-141 — See abstract

CURTIS J. ALLEY MERIT AWARD—1986
Bruce Briggs
pp: 142 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Bruce Briggs and Ralph Shugert
pp: 143-147 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BANKSIA COCCINEA BY CUTTINGS AND SEED
Mike Bennell and Gail Barth
pp: 148-152 — See abstract

ENSURING AN ADEQUATE SUPPLY OF SULPHUR TO PLANTS IN CONTAINERS
Kevin A. Handreck
pp: 153-157 — See abstract

GREENHOUSES IN PLANT PROPAGATION: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
John Falland
pp: 158-164 — See abstract

GLASSHOUSE PEACHES: FORCING OF BUD BURST AND ITS EFFECT ON FLORAL DEVELOPMENT
Alison Fuss
pp: 165-168 — See abstract

SOIL MICRO-ORGANISMS, PLANT GROWTH AND PLANT HEALTH
A.D. Rovira
pp: 169-179 — See abstract

A FOGGING SYSTEM FROM SOUND WAVES FOR PLANT PROPAGATION
John Gray
pp: 180 — See abstract

PROBLEMS IN FLORIDA'S CUT FLOWER PRODUCTION
Ole Nissen
pp: 181-182 — See abstract

RESEARCH INTO PROPAGATION OF AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
Richard Williams
pp: 183-187 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN CHINA
Allen Gilbert
pp: 188-191 — See abstract

CLEAN PROPAGATING MATERIAL
R.J. Van Velsen
pp: 192-194 — See abstract

APPLICATION OF IN-VITRO POLLINATION AND EMBRYO CULTURE TO AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
Acram Taji and R.R. Williams
pp: 195-197 — See abstract

SALINITY MEASUREMENTS IN POTTING MEDIA
R.J. Worrall and G. Cresswell
pp: 198-200 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOME NEW FRUIT AND NUT CROPS FOR SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA
Christopher Perry
pp: 201-203 — See abstract

REPLACING THE BIRD: POLLINATION IN THE GENUS STRELITZIA—MAINLY S. REGINAE
Noel Chopping
pp: 204-207 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF FARM TREES
Brian Cuming
pp: 208-210 — See abstract

THE BASICS OF PROPAGATING BOUGAINVILLEA
Ruth E. Auld
pp: 211-213 — See abstract

COPING WITH ADELAIDE'S WATER SUPPLY USED FOR PROPAGATION
Gordon C. Biddle
pp: 214-215 — See abstract

HYGIENE AND THE USE OF TISSUE CULTURES IN THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
Angela Cooper
pp: 216-219 — See abstract

SELECTION AND GRAFTING STUDIES OF BANKSIA COCCINEA AND BANKSIA MENZIESII
Gail Barth and Mike Bennell
pp: 220-224 — See abstract

ASSESSMENT OF CERTAIN NATIVE AUSTRALIAN SPECIES IN SALT-AFFECTED AREAS AND THEIR PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES
T. Allender
pp: 225-229 — See abstract

THE GARDENS OF IRELAND
D.W. Robinson
pp: 230-237 — See abstract

ALPINES WORTH GROWING
J.G.D. Lamb
pp: 238-240 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHOICE ALPINES
Duncan J. Small
pp: 241-244 — See abstract

PRIMROSES AND VIOLETS: WHAT'S NEW!
L. Nigel Colborn
pp: 245-248 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF THE ENVIRONMENT ON ROOTING DAPHNE ODORA CUTTINGS
J. Nicholas and J. Craigon
pp: 249-254 — See abstract

CONTAINER COMPOST pH AND ITS EFFECT ON PLANT GROWTH
Philip Wood
pp: 255-258 — See abstract

PRODUCTION FIGURES FOR MICROPROPAGATED HARDY NURSERY STOCK IN 1986
Donnchadh Mac Càrthaigh
pp: 259-263 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF CATAWBA HYBRID RHODODENDRONS, ‘NOVA ZEMBLA’, ‘CYNTHIA’, AND ‘PINK PEARL’
J.M. Kavanagh, S.A. Hunter and P.J. Crossan
pp: 264-271 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF EMBOTHRIUM COCCINEUM, CARPENTERIA CALIFORNICA, AND FREMONTODENDRON ‘CALIFORNIA GLORY’
Nigel J. Timpson
pp: 272-275 — See abstract

TASMANIA, AND THE PLANTS WE PROPAGATE THERE
Henry A. Van Der Staay
pp: 276-278 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF PRUNUS TENELLA ‘FIREHILL’ FROM CUTTINGS
J.C. Kelly
pp: 279-281 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HAMAMELIS MOLLIS
F.J. Nutty
pp: 282-283 — See abstract

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF PEAT
Joe Whittle
pp: 284-287 — See abstract

PEAT-BASED COMPOSTS: THEIR PROPERTIES DEFINED AND MODIFIED TO YOUR NEEDS
J. Ward, N.C. Bragg and B.J. Chambers
pp: 288-292 — See abstract

LESSER KNOWN PLANTS WORTH PROPAGATING
Mary Forrest
pp: 293-296 — See abstract

HARDY AMENITY PLANT INTRODUCTION AND EVALUATION SCHEME
G.R. Dixon and A.Q.M. Blain
pp: 297-302 — See abstract

PROPAGATE TO CONSERVE: A TALE OF NEGLECT AMONG IRISH CULTIVARS
E. Charles Nelson
pp: 303-308 — See abstract

THE FRENCH WAY TO PROPAGATE PLANTS
Andre Briant and Guy Fougeray
pp: 309-313 — See abstract

HERBACEOUS PLANT PRODUCTION AT BLOOMS OF BRESSINGHAM LTD.
Gordon Hardy
pp: 314-319 — See abstract

GARDEN FERNS WORTH GROWING
Donal Synnott
pp: 320-323 — See abstract

THE NEED FOR GRASSES AND BAMBOOS
John Joe Costin
pp: 324-327 — See abstract

PLANTS IN SOUTH KOREA: MY IMPRESSIONS
Peter Catt
pp: 328-329 — See abstract

PROPAGATING RHODODENDRON YAKUSHIMANUM BY CUTTING-GRAFTS
Roger Peek
pp: 330-332 — See abstract

DIRECT STICKING EVERGREEN AZALEA CUTTINGS
Andrew Kelly
pp: 333-334 — See abstract

CAMELLIA PROPAGATION
Margaret A. Scott
pp: 335-341 — See abstract

A COLOR PROGRAM FOR PLANTS ADAPTED TO THE U.S. SOUTHWEST
Robert W. Jones
pp: 342-344 — See abstract

GARDEN CHRYSANTHEMUM CULTIVARS FOR SOUTHERN CONTAINER PRODUCTION
Bryan R. Estell
pp: 345-346 — See abstract

NATIVE ORNAMENTALS FOR THE U.S. SOUTHWEST
Agnes C. Hubbard
pp: 347-350 — See abstract

NEW PLANT INTRODUCTIONS WITH STRESS TOLERANCE TO CONDITIONS IN THE SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS1
John C. Pair
pp: 351-355 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY TECHNIQUES IN PROPAGATION: FOG SYSTEMS
Cariedda Hudgins
pp: 356-357 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY TECHNIQUES IN PROPAGATION: BOTTOM HEAT
Doug Ryan
pp: 358-359 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY TECHNIQUES IN PROPAGATION: METHODS AND PROCEDURES
James B. Berry
pp: 360-364 — See abstract

EFFICIENCY TECHNIQUES BALL & BURLAP PRODUCTION
Dennis V. McCloskey
pp: 365-366 — See abstract

PLANT PRODUCTION USING A ROOT CONTROL FABRIC CONTAINER
Chris Threadgill
pp: 367-368 — See abstract

THE NURSERY INDUSTRY: WHERE ARE WE HEADED?
R.J. Hutton
pp: 369-373 — See abstract

MARKETING NURSERY CROPS
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 374-377 — See abstract

DETERMINING CONTAINER PRODUCTION COSTS ON A PER PLANT BASIS
David R. Johnson, T.E. Bilderback and C.D. Safely
pp: 378-383 — See abstract

ROOT STRESS IN CONTAINERS
Steven E. Newman
pp: 384-389 — See abstract

PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES TO MINIMIZE STRESS
David L. Morrison
pp: 390-392 — See abstract

SYRINGING TO REDUCE STRESS: IS IT EFFECTIVE?
Gary S. Cobb
pp: 393-395 — See abstract

PROPAGATION MEDIA: WHAT A GROWER NEEDS TO KNOW
Bryson L. James
pp: 396-398 — See abstract

UTILIZING AIR ROOT PRUNING IN NURSERY SEEDLING PROPAGATION
Ben Davis II
pp: 399-402 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ACER TRUNCATUM, A NEW INTRODUCTION TO THE SOUTHERN GREAT PLAINS1
John C. Pair
pp: 403-408 — See abstract

PROPAGATION MEDIA FOR FLATS AND FOR DIRECT STICKING: WHAT WORKS?
David Sabalka
pp: 409-413 — See abstract

GRAFTING AND CUTTING PROPAGATION OF PECANS
Michael W. Smith
pp: 414-418 — See abstract

SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION OF OAKS, MAGNOLIAS, CRABAPPLES, AND DOGWOODS
Don Covan
pp: 419-420 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE OF OAKS AND REDBUDS
Lisa Bennett
pp: 421-426 — See abstract

ASEXUAL PROPAGATION OF FRUIT AND NUT TREES AT STARK BROTHERS NURSERIES
Elmer L. Kidd III
pp: 427-429 — See abstract

HANDLING TISSUE CULTURE PRODUCED LINERS
Jaime E. Lazarte and Cal A. Froberg
pp: 430-432 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Carl Whitcomb and Bryson James
pp: 433-439 — See abstract

IMPORTS AND EXPORT PROCEDURES: THE ROLE OF THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES
Rosalie J. Heckler
pp: 440-442 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF WASABIA JAPONICA IN JAPAN
John M. Follett
pp: 443-447 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF LIMONIUM PEREGRINUM
Stephen M. Butcher, R.A. Bicknell, J.F. Seelye and N.K. Borst
pp: 448-449 — See abstract

NUTRITION OF CONTAINER-GROWN REWA-REWA (Knightia excelsa)
M.B. Thomas and M.I. Spurway
pp: 450-454 — See abstract

A SYSTEM FOR THE EVALUATION OF ZANTEDESCHIA (CALLA LILIES)
T.E. Welsh
pp: 455-457 — See abstract

CAPILLARY BEDS—AN EARLY ASSESSMENT
Esme J. Dean
pp: 458-461 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SOWING TIME ON PEACH ROOTSTOCK ESTABLISHMENT
John A. Eiseman and Michael B. Thomas
pp: 462-467 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DESMOSCHOENUS SPIRALIS (PINGAO) FROM SEED
Jennifer L. Oliphant
pp: 468-469 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOUTH AFRICAN PROTEACEAE BY SEED
Jack Harre
pp: 470-476 — See abstract

GETTING STARTED IN MICROPROPAGATION OF TASMANIAN BLACKWOOD (ACACIA MELANOXYLON)
Cathy Jones
pp: 477-480 — See abstract

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL: DOES IT HAVE A PLACE IN PLANT PROPAGATION?
P.G. Fenemore
pp: 481-487 — See abstract

THE MAINTENANCE OF STOCK PLANTS
Roger White
pp: 488-489 — See abstract

FACTORS AFFECTING ROOT FORMATION ON PHOTINIA ‘RED ROBIN’ CUTTINGS
C.B. Christie
pp: 490-493 — See abstract

METHODS AND TIME OF BUDDING FOR PEACH NURSERY TREES
John A. Eiseman and Michael B. Thomas
pp: 494-498 — See abstract

SURFACTANTS AID UPTAKE OF CYTOKININ AND UREA INTO JUVENILE PINUS RADIATA PLANTLETS
Jenny Aitken-Christie and Astrid Coker
pp: 499-505 — See abstract

ECONOMICAL PROPAGATION STRUCTURES FOR THE SMALL GROWER
Charles A. Hildebrant
pp: 506-510 — See abstract

ROOT ZONE HEATING DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS
Randall H. Zondag and Michael Brugger
pp: 511-514 — See abstract

HORIZONTAL AIR FLOW IN WINTER STORAGE HOUSES
Clayton W. Fuller
pp: 515-518 — See abstract

A COMPARISON BETWEEN SAND/POLYSTYRENE AND PEAT/POLYSTYRENE MIXES FOR ROOTING ORNAMENTAL SHRUB CUTTINGS
Calvin Chong
pp: 519-522 — See abstract

SELECTING, GROWING, AND HYBRIDISING SPECIES OF DAFFODILS
James S. Wells
pp: 523-527 — See abstract

A SURVEY OF HARDY BAMBOOS: THEIR CARE, CULTURE, AND PROPAGATION
Richard A. Simon
pp: 528-530 — See abstract

USING SPUNBONDED FABRICS FOR COLD PROTECTION
Richard E. Bir
pp: 531-537 — See abstract

PRESENT LIMITATIONS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS FOR COMMERCIAL MICROPROPAGATION OF SMALL FRUITS
K.W. Mudge, C.A. Borgman, J.C. Neal and H.A. Weller
pp: 538-542 — See abstract

MODIFIED SIDE GRAFT FOR DECIDUOUS TREES
Joerg Leiss
pp: 543-544 — See abstract

NEW ADVANCES IN BENCH GRAFTING
William Flemer III
pp: 545-549 — See abstract

CHIP BUDDING TECHNIQUES IN THE NURSERY
Robert H. Osborne
pp: 550-555 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF MEDIA COMMONLY USED FOR PROPAGATION OF RHODODENDRON CULTIVARS1
John J. Mcguire
pp: 556-562 — See abstract

HEATH AND HEATHER PROPAGATION
Michael H. Dodge
pp: 563-566 — See abstract

PRE-EMERGENT HERBICIDE EFFECT ON THE ROOTING OF CUTTINGS
James R. Johnson and John A. Meade
pp: 567-570 — See abstract

A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH TO GROUNDCOVER PRODUCTION
Gary Knosher
pp: 571-576 — See abstract

UPDATE OF GRO-PLUG® SYSTEM
Thomas S. Pinney Jr
pp: 577-581 — See abstract

INTEGRATING FIELD AND CONTAINER PRODUCTION OF TREES
Betsy S. Kenyon
pp: 582-585 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF CONTAINER CONFIGURATION ON MEDIUM TEMPERATURES IN OVERWINTERING STRUCTURES
Arthur J. Vrecenak and J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 586-592 — See abstract

ECONOMICS IN PROPAGATION—A KEY TO HORTICULTURAL SURVIVAL
Jeremy Wells
pp: 593-596 — See abstract

STICKING TAXUS AS UNSTRIPPED CUTTINGS, AN UPDATE
Mark Richey
pp: 597-598 — See abstract

STOCKPLANT ETIOLATION AND BANDING FOR SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION: WORKING TOWARDS COMMERCIAL APPLICATION
Nina Bassuk, Brian Maynard and John Creedon
pp: 599-604 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF AZALEAS FOR CONTAINER AND FIELD PRODUCTION
Ron St. Jean
pp: 605-607 — See abstract

LINER BED HERBICIDE UPDATE
Philip L. Carpenter
pp: 608-610 — See abstract

PRAIRIE PLANTS IN THE GARDEN
Kathleen Freeland
pp: 611-612 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAL INOCULATION DURING PLANT PROPAGATION
Stephen D. Verkade
pp: 613-618 — See abstract

TAXUS PRODUCTION AT THE RHODE ISLAND NURSERIES
Thomas James Vanicek
pp: 619-622 — See abstract

EFFECT OF A HYDROPHILIC GEL ON GERMINATION OF WOODY LEGUME SEEDS
Janet C. Henderson and David L. Hensley
pp: 623-628 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF PLANT PROPAGATION IN THE PLANT BREEDING PROGRAMS OF THE U.S. NATIONAL ARBORETUM
Alice Jacot McArdle
pp: 629-633 — See abstract

PRESENTATION OF RESEARCH AWARD TO DR. DENNIS STIMART
Paul Smeal
pp: 634 — See abstract

AWARD OF MERIT
Leonard P. Stoltz
pp: 634 — See abstract

CYTOKININ CONSUMPTION BY MICROPROPAGATED SHOOTS
John W. Einset
pp: 635-640 — See abstract

QUESTION BOX
Joerg Leiss and Bruce Briggs
pp: 641-645 — See abstract

SUMMER BLOOMING AZALEAS FOR NORTHERN GARDENS
R. Wayne Mezitt
pp: 646-649 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander and Gary Koller
pp: 650 — See abstract

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