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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 37                 (published in 1987)

DEVELOPMENTS IN THE PROPAGATION AND NURSERY BUSINESS DURING THE PAST 46 YEARS
O.A. "Jolly" Batcheller
pp: 33-37 — See abstract

PLANT PRODUCTION BEHIND "THE REDWOOD CURTAIN"
Robert M. Boddy
pp: 38-44 — See abstract

EFFECT OF IRRIGATION METHOD ON PLANT GROWTH AND WATER USE
R.L. Ticknor and J.L. Green
pp: 45-47 — See abstract

PERLITE: START TO FINISH
Greg Moore
pp: 48-51 — See abstract

TOP-WORKING (WINTER-FIELD GRAFTING)
F. Allan Elliott
pp: 52-55 — See abstract

PROACTIVE STRATEGIES TO MEDIATE TREE-ROOT DAMAGE TO SIDEWALKS
Philip A. Barker
pp: 56-60 — See abstract

SEED COLLECTION AND CLEANING
Douglas Lee
pp: 61-65 — See abstract

SOAKING SEEDS FOR IMPROVED GERMINATION
Eric T. Anderson
pp: 66-69 — See abstract

PEST MANAGEMENT IN MONROVIA'S PROPAGATION DEPARTMENT
Gary Phipps
pp: 70-74 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF THE PROPERTIES OF SLOW-RELEASE FERTILIZERS IN CONTAINER PLANT PRODUCTION
George Schmitz
pp: 75-76 — See abstract

THE EFFECT OF IBA AND/OR NAA AND CUTTING WOOD SELECTION ON THE ROOTING OF RHAPHIOLEPIS INDICA ‘JACK EVANS’
Bruce C. Lane
pp: 77-81 — See abstract

A 17-YEAR CASE HISTORY OF RESEARCH AND IMPLEMENTATION OF WATER RECYCLING ON CONTAINER NURSERY STOCK
Conrad A. Skimina
pp: 82-87 — See abstract

CURTIS J. ALLEY WESTERN REGION AWARD OF MERIT
Ed Kubo
pp: 88 — See abstract

INNOVATIONS IN AIR LAYERING
William L. Nelson
pp: 88-89 — See abstract

FUNDAMENTALS OF ROOTING TISSUE-CULTURED CUTTINGS
David W. Hill
pp: 90-92 — See abstract

ROOTING HARDWOOD CUTTINGS WITH BOTTOM HEAT
John Moore
pp: 93-94 — See abstract

SOME EUROPEAN TECHNIQUES FOR LAYERING WOODY PLANTS
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 95-96 — See abstract

AVOCADO CLONAL ROOTSTOCK PROPAGATION
W.H. Brokaw
pp: 97-103 — See abstract

INTERGRATED ARTHROPOD PEST MANAGEMENT IN PLANT TISSUE CULTURE PRODUCTION
A.D. Ali
pp: 104-106 — See abstract

COMMERCIAL MICROPROPAGATION OF KALMIA
Steve M. McCulloch
pp: 107-108 — See abstract

SOME IDEAS IN PLANT PROPAGATION: CUTTINGS AND GRAFTS (MOSTLY ROSES)
Ralph S. Moore
pp: 109-111 — See abstract

SUCCESSFULLY GROWING PROTEACEAE
Dennis K. Perry
pp: 112-115 — See abstract

LONG-TERM SHELF-LIFE OF INDOLE-3-BUTYRIC ACID SOLUTIONS
James A. Robbins
pp: 116-118 — See abstract

IMPROVEMENT OF CUTTING QUALITY BY 4-CHLORORESORCINOL
Alexander E. Gad, Iris Ben-Efraim, Miri Yavzury, Chava Weinberg and Gad Friedman
pp: 119-123 — See abstract

ALTERNATIVE MEDIA FOR AIR LAYERING1
Richard A. Criley
pp: 124 — See abstract

A NEW, EFFICIENT METHOD FOR EVALUATING ROOT GROWTH POTENTIAL OF PLANTING STOCK USING A ROOT AREA INDEX1
W.J. Rietveld and R.W. Tinus
pp: 125-127 — See abstract

OBSERVATIONS ON WATERING CONTAINER-GROWN CITRUS
Jeremy M. Tolley
pp: 128-129 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BREYNIA DISTICHA ‘ROSEO-PICTA’ BY HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Vic Fines
pp: 130-131 — See abstract

USE OF DIATOMITE AS A SUPPLEMENT TO GROWING MEDIA FOR ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Tony Biggs
pp: 132-137 — See abstract

APPLICATION OF PHOSPHORUS TO PROTEACEOUS PLANTS
Adrian Bowden
pp: 138-140 — See abstract

THE INFLUENCE OF RADIO COMMUNICATION TOWERS ON THE PROPAGATION OF FUCHSIAS
Deborah Law and R.A. de Fossard
pp: 141-143 — See abstract

LOW COST PROPAGATION OF EUCALYPTS
D.K. McIntyre and W. Woodruff
pp: 144-147 — See abstract

NON-ASTRINGENT PERSIMMON PROPAGATION IN SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND
Gavin Porter
pp: 148-150 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OVERSEAS—AN OVERVIEW
Ian Gordon
pp: 151-157 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF LAVANDULA SPECIES
Jennifer L. Oliphant
pp: 158-160 — See abstract

WHAT SHOULD WE COVER THE GREENHOUSE WITH?
Richard Ware and Ian S. Fankhauser
pp: 161-165 — See abstract

NEW CROPS TO CONSIDER FOR NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA TO ENTER THE WORLD MARKET
B. Tjia
pp: 166-170 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CHILEAN BELLFLOWER
Wayne D. Williams
pp: 171-175 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HYDROPONICALLY-GROWN LETTUCE
C.J. Allison and Michael D. McKay
pp: 176-180 — See abstract

1987 NEW ZEALAND PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS ACT
Kathryn S. Wilson
pp: 181-185 — See abstract

SELECTION AND PROPAGATION OF NEW ZEALAND NATIVE PLANTS FOR AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
Graeme C. Platt
pp: 186-193 — See abstract

STRAWBERRY BREEDING IN NEW ZEALAND
M.W. Hill
pp: 194-195 — See abstract

DUNCAN AND DAVIES NEW ZEALAND PSEUDOPANAX SELECTIONS
Philip J. Carson
pp: 196-199 — See abstract

SIGNIFICANCE OF GELLING AGENTS IN A PRODUCTION TISSUE CULTURE LABORATORY
Beverley J. Nairn
pp: 200-204 — See abstract

STERILIZATION OF NERINES USING THE TWIN SCALING TECHNIQUE
Michael Macdonald
pp: 205-211 — See abstract

AFFORESTATION OF SALT-AFFECTED SOILS—AN INTERNATIONAL PROBLEM
David N. Whalley
pp: 212-221 — See abstract

HARLOW CAR GARDENS AND THE TRADE
Philip R. Swindells
pp: 222-225 — See abstract

BASE HEATING FOR PROPAGATION: FLEXIHEAT
R.J. Cripps
pp: 226-229 — See abstract

MODIFYING A DOMESTIC BOILER
Gareth Griffiths
pp: 230 — See abstract

EXPERIENCES WITH FOUR BASE HEAT SYSTEMS
B.E. Humphrey
pp: 231-235 — See abstract

OBSERVATIONS ON NURSERY STOCK MANAGEMENT IN NORTH AMERICA
Andrew Hewson
pp: 236-243 — See abstract

WHY NURSERYMEN SHOULD NOT PROPAGATE PLANTS
J.J. Costin
pp: 244-247 — See abstract

WHERE HAVE ALL THE PROPAGATORS GONE?
Sam Macdonald
pp: 248-254 — See abstract

NOT TO THE COLLEGES—ANYONE?
Paul Labous
pp: 255-256 — See abstract

ALLIUMS—MORE THAN JUST ONIONS
Dilys K. Davies
pp: 257-258 — See abstract

GLORIOUS MECONOPSIS
John C. Lawson
pp: 259-262 — See abstract

ERYNGIUMS—ORNAMENTAL THISTLES
E.J. Lamont
pp: 263-264 — See abstract

ORPINES IN CULTIVATION IN BRITAIN
D.M. Donovan
pp: 265-268 — See abstract

EXPLORATION FOR AND INTRODUCTION OF MAPLES INTO CULTIVATION
J.G.S. Harris
pp: 269-273 — See abstract

MALUS SPECIES AND CULTIVARS
Jack H. Swan
pp: 274-275 — See abstract

HOSTAS
Diana Grenfell
pp: 276-280 — See abstract

PRIMULAS
Peter Foley
pp: 281-284 — See abstract

EUPHORBIAS: EUPHOBIA AND EUPHORIA
Roger Turner
pp: 285-287 — See abstract

GROUND COVER ROSES
David Clark
pp: 288-290 — See abstract

EARLY EXPERIENCES WITH A FOGGING UNIT: AGRITECH
Tom Wood
pp: 291-293 — See abstract

PROPAGATING SITKA SPRUCE UNDER INTERMITTENT MIST AND OTHER SYSTEMS
W.L. Mason and J.C. Keenleyside
pp: 294-303 — See abstract

FOGGING IN TUNNELS
James T. Ellis
pp: 304-305 — See abstract

THE SPECIFICATIONS FOR NEO PLANTS' NEW PROPAGATION UNIT
Martin Hill
pp: 306-312 — See abstract

ULTRASONIC FOGGING SYSTEM—SONICORE NOZZLES
J. Donovan
pp: 313-314 — See abstract

AN INTRODUCTION TO THE MICRON 5 FOG SYSTEM
J.R. Denton
pp: 315-316 — See abstract

THERMABED—FAILURE THEN SUCCESS
Christopher Fairweather
pp: 317-320 — See abstract

GROWING RHODODENDRONS FROM TISSUE CULTURE
Anna J. Knuttel and Lori K. Benoit
pp: 321-322 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF SPENT MUSHROOM COMPOST ON THE PRODUCTION OF GREENHOUSE-GROWN CROPS
Joseph Dallon Jr
pp: 323-329 — See abstract

REST, POSTDORMANCY, AND WOODY PLANT SEED GERMINATION1
Martin M. Meyer Jr
pp: 330-335 — See abstract

INTRODUCING NEW AND RECOMMENDED PLANTS INTO THE NURSERY INDUSTRY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
Bruce Macdonald
pp: 336-342 — See abstract

DOVE TREE (DAVIDIA INVOLUCRATA VAR. VILMORINIANA) AND ITS PROPAGATION BY SEEDS
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 343-344 — See abstract

BOTTLE BRUSH BUCKEYE (AESCULUS PARVIFLORA) AND ITS PROPAGATION
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 345-346 — See abstract

SPENT MUSHROOM COMPOST AND PAPERMILL SLUDGE AS SOIL AMENDMENTS FOR CONTAINERIZED NURSERY CROPS
Calvin Chong, R.A. Cline and D.L. Rinker
pp: 347-353 — See abstract

SPRING/SUMMER PROPAGATION AT JACKSON NURSERY
Robert J. Gouveia
pp: 354-356 — See abstract

MODERN FERTILCIDE IN THE NURSERY
Clayton W. Fuller
pp: 357-360 — See abstract

SOLVING DRAINAGE PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH AUTOMATIC IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
Charles A. Hildebrant
pp: 361-365 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF ASH (FRAXINUS)
John E. Preece, Pamela H. Christ, Leo Ensenberger and Ji-Liang Zhao
pp: 366-371 — See abstract

OLIVINE: A POTENTIAL SLOW-RELEASE MAGNESIUM SOURCE FOR NURSERIES
R.E. Bir, J.E. Shelton and S.L. Warren
pp: 372-376 — See abstract

CHIP BUDDING OF MAGNOLIAS
Charles E. Tubesing
pp: 377-379 — See abstract

STATE AND FEDERAL NURSERY INSPECTION: BANE OR BOON?
Ray Brush
pp: 380-385 — See abstract

COLD HARDINESS OF HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS
Steven Still, Tracy Disabato-Aust and Greg Brenneman
pp: 386-392 — See abstract

PLANT PRODUCTION WITH FOG
Christopher S. Rogers
pp: 393-396 — See abstract

MIST BOOMS FOR PROPAGATING PLANTS
Dale Deppe
pp: 397-398 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ALPINES AND THEIR PRACTICAL USES
Priscilla Galpin Twombly
pp: 399-402 — See abstract

MAINTAINING CREDIBILITY IN PLANT INTRODUCTIONS I
R. Wayne Mezitt
pp: 403-406 — See abstract

MAINTAINING CREDIBILITY IN PLANT INTRODUCTIONS II
Jim Cross
pp: 407-409 — See abstract

MAINTAINING CREDIBILITY IN PLANT INTRODUCTIONS III
Richard A. Jaynes
pp: 410-411 — See abstract

MAINTAINING CREDIBILITY IN PLANT INTRODUCTIONS IV
William Flemer III
pp: 412-414 — See abstract

RED OAK WHIP PRODUCTION IN CONTAINERS
Daniel K. Struve, Mike A. Arnold and David H. Chinery
pp: 415-419 — See abstract

ETIOLATION TO IMPROVE SOFTWOOD CUTTING PROPAGATION: ASPECTS OF HORMONE APPLICATION AND TIMING OF TAKING CUTTINGS
Brian K. Maynard and Nina L. Bassuk
pp: 420-427 — See abstract

VOICES FROM THE PAST
Harrison L. Flint
pp: 428-431 — See abstract

ROOT PIECES AS A MEANS OF PROPAGATION
Carl Orndorff
pp: 432-434 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION QUESTION BOX
Bruce Briggs and Ralph Shugert
pp: 435-437 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION AWARD OF MERIT
Leonard Savella
pp: 438-440 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION METHODS FOR SOUTH JERSEY
James R. Johnson
pp: 441-446 — See abstract

LEAF-BUD OR SIDE-GRAFT NURSE GRAFTS FOR DIFFICULT-TO-ROOT RHODODENDRON CULTIVARS1
John J. McQuire, WM. Johnson and C. Dawson
pp: 447-449 — See abstract

FIELD PERFORMANCE OF IN VITRO PROPAGATED BLUEBERRIES
Paul E. Read, Carol A. Hartley, Jeanne Grout Sandahl and David K. Wildung
pp: 450-452 — See abstract

ROLE OF SHOOT GROWTH AND AMMONIUM NITRATE FERTILIZER ON ENDOGENOUS CARBOHYDRATE, AMMONIUM, AND NITRATE LEVELS OF NEWLY-ROOTED ACER PALMATUM CUTTINGS
Dennis P. Stimart
pp: 453-459 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF THE THREATENED HALOPHYTE, MALLOTONIA GNAPHALODES
Stephen D. Verkade and George E. Fitzpatrick
pp: 460-461 — See abstract

DESIGNING A PLANT MICROPROPAGATION LABORATORY
Mark P. Bridgen and John W. Bartok Jr
pp: 462-467 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME WOODY ENDEMIC PLANTS OF EASTERN NORTH AMERICA
Robert G. Nicholson
pp: 468-473 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander and Gary Koller
pp: 474-481 — See abstract

STRUCTURES USED IN AUSTRALIA FOR PLANT PROPAGATION
Ian Gordon
pp: 482-488 — See abstract

A NEW CONCEPT IN GREENHOUSE DESIGN
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 489-493 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT OF A NATURAL VENT GREENHOUSE
Douglas A. Holmberg
pp: 494-496 — See abstract

HIGH HUMIDITY PROPAGATION USING SWEAT BOX METHOD
James H. Aichele
pp: 497-498 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CALLUNAS AND ERICAS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
Michael L. Dunnett
pp: 499-500 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF A SELECTION OF NEW ZEALAND NATIVE SPECIES OF COMMERCIAL SIGNIFICANCE
Malcolm P. Woolmore
pp: 501-502 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF FOLIAGE PLANTS
R.T. Poole and C.A. Conover
pp: 503-506 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF DWARF NANDINA CULTIVARS
Bill Barr
pp: 507-508 — See abstract

LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE SENSITIVE MIST CONTROLLERS
Bruce Moesel
pp: 509-512 — See abstract

THE USE OF HUMIDIFAN IN PROPAGATION
Daniel C. Milbocker
pp: 513-517 — See abstract

COMPUTER CONTROL OF IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
F.S. Zazueta and A.G. Smajstrla
pp: 518-521 — See abstract

UNIFORMITY ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF MIST PROPAGATION NOZZLES
Paul E. Sumner
pp: 522-525 — See abstract

MASS PRODUCTION OF TREES IN GRO-BAGS
Bill Reese
pp: 526-528 — See abstract

PROS VS. CONS IN USING ROOT-CONTROL FIELD-GROW CONTAINERS
Kent Langlinais
pp: 529-531 — See abstract

EXPERIENCES IN GROWING AND MARKETING TREES AND SHRUBS IN GROW-BAGS
Buck Jones
pp: 532-533 — See abstract

GROW-BAGS: ARE THEY ALL WE HAD HOPED FOR?
Bryson L. James
pp: 534-535 — See abstract

FUNGICIDES USED IN PROPAGATION AT FLOWERWOOD NURSERY
Buddy Motley
pp: 536-538 — See abstract

HERBICIDES USED IN PROPAGATION AT WIGHT NURSERIES
Marty Langmaid
pp: 539-540 — See abstract

INSECT AND MITE CONTROL USED IN PROPAGATION
Patricia P. Cobb
pp: 541-542 — See abstract

FUMIGATION—BASAMID
Ralph Shugert
pp: 543-544 — See abstract

MECHANIZATION OF LOADING PLANT MATERIAL: MOBILE LOADING DOCK AND TELESCOPING CONVEYER
Gregory John Langeler
pp: 545-546 — See abstract

BEDDING PLANT PRODUCTION IN A "STATE-OF-THE-ART" ENVIRONMENT
Billy Powell
pp: 547-549 — See abstract

USES FOR COMPUTERS IN PLANT PROPAGATION1
Dewayne L. Ingram and Thomas H. Yeager
pp: 550-553 — See abstract

USE OF INFRARED HEAT IN A PROPAGATION ENVIRONMENT
Sam Allen
pp: 554-555 — See abstract

SOUTHERN REGION QUESTION BOX
Carl Whitcomb and Bryson James
pp: 556 — See abstract

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