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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 39                 (published in 1989)

PLANT BREEDING
Neville J. Mendham
pp: 38-42 — See abstract

VIRUS TESTING OF PERENNIAL PROPAGATING STOCK
Darby Munro
pp: 43-47 — See abstract

DWARFING ROOTSTOCKS FOR APPLE (MALUS)
Henry Hilton
pp: 48-51 — See abstract

LAVENDER CLONE SELECTION FOR ESSENTIAL OILS IN TASMANIA
E.F.K. Denny
pp: 52-55 — See abstract

SEEDLING VARIATION IN ROOT FORMATION OF EUCALYPTUS GLOBULUS CUTTINGS
Sandra Hetherington and R. Keith Orme
pp: 56-60 — See abstract

THE PRODUCTION OF SALT TOLERANT TREES
Alan M. Lewis
pp: 61-63 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF ROOTSTOCKS FROM SEED COLLECTED FROM FAGUS SYLVATICA CULTIVARS1
David W. Daly
pp: 64-65 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF SPRAY CHRYSANTHEMUMS IN A HYDROPONIC SYSTEM
Anthony J. Herve
pp: 66-70 — See abstract

MEDIA FOR CUTTING PROPAGATION
Natalie F. Peate
pp: 71-76 — See abstract

ZANTEDESCHIAS AS FLOWERING POT PLANTS
Robert Van Der Staay
pp: 77-79 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF USING THE PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR, BONZI® ON THREE EUCALYPTUS SPECIES AND FOUR CHAMELAUCIUM CULTIVARS
Peter Lewis
pp: 80-82 — See abstract

PROPAGATION FROM SPORE OF SELECTED TASMANIAN FERNS AND THEIR POTENTIAL FOR CULTIVATION
Michael Garrett
pp: 83-87 — See abstract

BREEDING NEW CARNATION CULTIVARS
A. Tom Keane
pp: 88-90 — See abstract

FERNS AND THEIR DIFFERENCES WITHIN THE PLANT KINGDOM
Hildegard C. Jackson
pp: 91-92 — See abstract

PROPAGATION: OLD, NEW, UNUSUAL: WITHOUT HORMONES, HEAT, OR MIST
Edward S. Carman
pp: 93-95 — See abstract

THE LATEST IN GREENHOUSE CONSTRUCTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS
Michael A. Gatzman
pp: 96-100 — See abstract

PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF HIGH PRESSURE FOG SYSTEMS
Robert L. Mazalewski
pp: 101-104 — See abstract

TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION OF FRENCH HYBRID LILACS
Steve McCulloch
pp: 105-108 — See abstract

USE OF TISSUE CULTURE IN GERMPLASM MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS
Dan E. Parfitt
pp: 109-114 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF FORSYTHIA PLANTS FOR FORCING
R.L. Ticknor
pp: 115-118 — See abstract

MEDITERRANEAN-CLIMATE BULBS: PROPAGATING FOR CONTAINER PRODUCTION
Michael Nevin Smith
pp: 119-122 — See abstract

SOURCE SELECTION OF VEGETATIVELY PROPAGATED CULTIVARS
Dale E. Kester
pp: 123-130 — See abstract

BENCH GRAFTING COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE—CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS
A. Bruce Macdonald
pp: 131-134 — See abstract

BENEFITS OF GOOD RECORD KEEPING IN PROPAGATION
F. Allan Elliott
pp: 135-140 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF RARE AND ENDANGERED SPECIES FOR RESTORATION
J. Michael Evans
pp: 141-149 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF NATIVE PLANTS FOR THE WESTERN STATES
Ann E. Fisher
pp: 150-153 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF CUPRESSUS AND × CUPRESSOCYPARIS
Gene Blythe
pp: 154-160 — See abstract

GERMINATION REQUIREMENTS FOR SEEDS OF SOME AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
F. David Hockings
pp: 161-165 — See abstract

BREEDING AND PROPAGATION OF ALSTROEMERIA FOR POTTED FLOWING PLANT PRODUCTION
Stephen Garton and Galen Peiser
pp: 166-169 — See abstract

ROOTS FOR THE FUTURE
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 170-173 — See abstract

SOME PLANTS FOR DRY CALIFORNIA CONDITIONS
Warren G. Roberts
pp: 174-177 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM—WESTERN REGION
Bruce Briggs
pp: 178-181 — See abstract

SEEDLING PRODUCTION—A CURRENT PERSPECTIVE
Philip McMillan Browse
pp: 182-184 — See abstract

BED DENSITY—ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN SEEDLING PRODUCTION
A.T. Wood
pp: 185-188 — See abstract

SEED COLLECTION; WHY, WHERE, WHEN AND HOW
A.G. Gordon
pp: 189-192 — See abstract

TREE AND SHRUB SEED: WARNING!—HANDLE WITH CARE
Alastair G.R. Luke
pp: 193-199 — See abstract

HOW TO OVERCOME SEED DORMANCY
Dennis Fordham
pp: 200-204 — See abstract

ACID TREATMENT TO OVERCOME SEED DORMANCY
J.C. King
pp: 205-208 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF DAVIDIA INVOLUCRATA FROM SEED
David West
pp: 209-210 — See abstract

SOIL STERILISATION FOR OUTDOOR SEEDLING PRODUCTION
Stephen Ashworth
pp: 211-212 — See abstract

THE USE OF VERMICULITE AS A SEED COVERING
Mark Walker
pp: 213 — See abstract

IMPROVING SLOW-RELEASE HERBICIDE TABLETS FOR CONTAINER NURSERY STOCK
Elton M. Smith and Sharon A. Treaster
pp: 214-217 — See abstract

FIELD PROPAGATION OF SELECTED ORNAMENTALS IN NEW ZEALAND
P.J. Carson
pp: 218-220 — See abstract

THE STORY OF BALLERINA APPLES
D.N. Clark
pp: 221-223 — See abstract

INFLUENCE OF DAYLENGTH AND IRRADIANCE LEVEL ON GROWTH OF THE STOCK PLANTS AND ROOTING OF BETULA UTILIS, CORYLUS MAXIMA ‘PURPUREA’, AND PINUS MUGO CUTTINGS.
S. Marczynski and M.K. Joustra
pp: 224-229 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF QUALITY ONE AND TWO YEAR UNDERCUT STOCKS
Robin F. Sym
pp: 230-233 — See abstract

EVALUATING THE QUALITY OF SITKA SPRUCE PLANTING STOCK BEFORE AND AFTER COLD STORAGE
W.L. Mason and H. McKay
pp: 234-242 — See abstract

ORNAMENTAL NATIVE PLANTS OF BRITISH COLUMBIA: THEIR SELECTION, PROPAGATION, AND INTRODUCTION
Bruce Macdonald
pp: 243-249 — See abstract

INDUCTION OF JUVENILITY AND ROOTING OF SOME WOODY ORNAMENTALS
Gabor Schmidt
pp: 250-252 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF SCIONWOOD AND ITS USE IN SPECIALIZED BUDDING AND GRAFTING
N.D. Dunn
pp: 253-257 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF SPECIMEN ILEX SPECIES IN VIRGINIA, U.S.A.
John L. Machen Sr
pp: 258-260 — See abstract

THE NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR THE CONSERVATION OF PLANTS AND GARDENS IN RELATION TO THE IPPS
David N. Whalley
pp: 261-264 — See abstract

WORK SAVING METHODS IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Willem A. Sanders
pp: 265-267 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND REGULATION OF PHASE CHANGE IN SOME NEW ZEALAND HETEROBLASTIC SPECIES
Barbara A. Horrell, Paula E. Jameson and Peter Bannister
pp: 268-274 — See abstract

A POTPOURRI OF IDEAS
John Stanley
pp: 275-277 — See abstract

PROPAGATING HIBISCUS BY CUTTINGS AND GRAFTING
Rob B. Bayly
pp: 278-280 — See abstract

POTENTIAL FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH-PRICED EDIBLE SYMBIOTIC FUNGI IN NEW ZEALAND
Ian R. Hall
pp: 281-284 — See abstract

MACRO AND MICRO PROPAGATION OF LEYLAND CYPRESS
J.W. Sturrock and J.D. Ferguson
pp: 285-290 — See abstract

A PLANT COLLECTIONS SCHEME FOR NEW ZEALAND
Michael R. Oates
pp: 291-295 — See abstract

SELECTING ORNAMENTALS FOR FRAGRANCE
John Clemens
pp: 296-299 — See abstract

MICROPROPAGATION OF BLACK CURRANT (RIBES NIGRUM)
Pauline A. Cooper, Jan E. Grant and Tonya J. Frew
pp: 300-304 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND NUTRITION OF DAPHNE CUTTINGS AND TISSUE CULTURE PLANTLETS
Franz Ripphausen
pp: 305-309 — See abstract

BROMINIZATION VS. CHLORINATION
Bob Austin
pp: 310-311 — See abstract

UPDATE ON TISSUE CULTURE OF WOODY PLANTS
Bruce Briggs and Steve McCulloch
pp: 312-316 — See abstract

DOGWOOD ANTHRACNOSE
Edward A. Brown
pp: 317-319 — See abstract

EVALUATION AND PROPAGATION OF LIQUIDAMBAR STYRACIFLUA ‘ROTUNDILOBA’
Stephen Burns
pp: 320-324 — See abstract

THE CHANGING WORLD OF CRAPEMYRTLE
David Byers
pp: 325-327 — See abstract

FIRE ANT CONTROL IN NURSERY STOCK
Homer L. Collins
pp: 328-331 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF ORNAMENTAL GRASSES ADAPTED TO GEORGIA AND THE U.S. SOUTHEAST
W.L. Corley
pp: 332-337 — See abstract

TREE PRODUCTION IN CONTAINERS
Ben Davis II
pp: 338-342 — See abstract

POTENTIAL "NEW" PLANTS FOR U.S. SOUTHEASTERN LANDSCAPES
Michael A. Dirr
pp: 343 — See abstract

GROWING DOGWOODS IN CONTAINERS
Larry D. Edwards
pp: 344-347 — See abstract

EFFECT OF HEAT STRESS ON CONTAINER-GROWN PLANTS
Dewayne L. Ingram, Chris Martin and John Ruter
pp: 348-353 — See abstract

EFFECTS OF CONTAINER SIZE AND FERTILIZER RATE ON GROWTH OF RHODODENDRON ‘FORMOSA’ AND ILEX ‘NELLIE R. STEVENS’ PLANTS
Adolph J. Laiche Jr and Steven E. Newman
pp: 354-360 — See abstract

ROOTING RESPONSE OF MAGNOLIA GRANDIFLORA ‘GLEN ST. MARY’ AS A FUNCTION OF CUTTING HARVEST DATE AND EXOGENOUSLY-APPLIED HORMONES
Chris A. Martin and Dewayne L. Ingram
pp: 361-367 — See abstract

IS YOUR NURSERY COMPLYING WITH THE TEXAS RIGHT-TO-KNOW LAW?
Sandra Martinez
pp: 368-371 — See abstract

A GROWERS’ APPROACH TO PLANT PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS
Hubert A. Nicholson
pp: 372-376 — See abstract

SUPERIOR NATIVE TEXAS WOODY ORNAMENTAL PLANTS WEST OF THE 98TH MERIDIAN
Benny J. Simpson
pp: 377-379 — See abstract

PRODUCTION AND MARKETING OF NEW PLANT INTRODUCTIONS
G. Shannon Smith
pp: 380-384 — See abstract

PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND GROWTH DURING ROOT INITIATION AND ROOT DEVELOPMENT IN POINSETTIA CUTTINGS
Sven E. Svenson and Fred T. Davies Jr
pp: 385-389 — See abstract

PROPAGATING AND COOLING WITH FOG
Doug Torn
pp: 390-391 — See abstract

REDISCOVERING PERENNIALS FOR SOUTHERN GARDENS
William C. Welch
pp: 392-395 — See abstract

KEEPING KEY NURSERY PERSONNEL HAPPY AND PRODUCTIVE
John B. Wight Jr.
pp: 396-398 — See abstract

EFFICACY OF CHLORINATED IRRIGATION WATER FOR CONTROLLING ROOT ROT ORGANISMS
T.H. Yeager, G.W. Knox, G.W. Simone, H.M. Gramling and R.D. Newton
pp: 399-406 — See abstract

IPPS BACKGROUND
Ralph Shugert
pp: 407-408 — See abstract

APICAL GRAFTING OF ACER PALMATUM AND OTHER DECIDUOUS PLANTS
William J. Intven and Thomas J. Intven
pp: 409-412 — See abstract

HOW RECORDS CAN IMPROVE GRAFTING
Edward L. Carpenter
pp: 413-415 — See abstract

SEASON, GENOTYPE, AND APPLICATION METHODS AS THEY AFFECT PACLOBUTRAZOL-INDUCED ROOTING OF CUTTINGS OF SEVERAL HARDWOOD SPECIES
Harry Jan Swartz, Nabil El-Shirbini, Robert Bors, David Maas, S. Kristine Naess, Fouad Mohamed and Frank R. Gouin
pp: 416-421 — See abstract

STORAGE OF CUTTING WOOD PRIOR TO STICKING
Ralph Shugert
pp: 422-426 — See abstract

PROPYLENE GLYCOL QUICK-DIPS: PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
Howard W. Barnes
pp: 427-432 — See abstract

VARIABILITY AMONG WITCHES’-BROOM SEEDLINGS
Sidney Waxman
pp: 433-436 — See abstract

NEW FRONTIERS WITH DAYLILIES: FROM A HYBRIDIZER’S PERSPECTIVE
Darrel Apps
pp: 437-441 — See abstract

GROWING BETTER MOUNTAIN LAUREL IN CONTAINERS
Richard E. Bir and T.E. Bilderback
pp: 442-447 — See abstract

THE MARRIAGE OF OBSERVATION AND RESEARCH FOR THE IMPROVEMENT OF WOODY PLANT INTRODUCTIONS
Michael A. Dirr and Orville M. Lindstrom Jr.
pp: 448-454 — See abstract

VARIATION IN TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATED PLANTS
Richard H. Zimmerman
pp: 455-457 — See abstract

VARIATION WITHIN A CLONE DURING TISSUE CULTURE PROPAGATION
Robert L. Geneve
pp: 458-462 — See abstract

PLANT TISSUE—WHERE IS IT GOING?
Deborah D. Mccown and David D. Ellis
pp: 463-469 — See abstract

KALMIA LATIFOLIA—TISSUE CULTURE VS. CUTTINGS
Anna J. Knuttel
pp: 470-471 — See abstract

IMPLICATIONS OF WATER RECYCLING
John E. Rodebaugh
pp: 472-474 — See abstract

WATER RECYCLING AT MONROVIA NURSERY COMPANY, AZUSA, CALIFORNIA, AND DAYTON, OREGON —AN OVERVIEW
Rick Wells
pp: 475-482 — See abstract

BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF INSECTS AND MITES IN GREENHOUSE CROPS
Carol S. Glenister
pp: 483-488 — See abstract

COMPOSTED SEWAGE SLUDGE: AN AID IN PROPAGATION
Francis R. Gouin
pp: 489-493 — See abstract

IMPROVEMENT OF OUR CULTIVATED TREES AND SHRUBS BY SELECTION
Poul Erik Brander
pp: 494-497 — See abstract

DO WE NEED STOCK BLOCKS?
Dale G. Deppe
pp: 498-501 — See abstract

COSTING VARIABLES IN PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES
Mark L. Richey
pp: 502-506 — See abstract

EFFECT OF THE USE OF PLUGS AND OF ROOTING MEDIUM ON GROWTH OF PRIVET
Calvin Chong and Wayne Brown
pp: 507-513 — See abstract

ROOT ZONE HEATING IN CONTAINER PROPAGATION
Arthur J. Oslach
pp: 514-515 — See abstract

WHY WE MUST STILL BUD AND GRAFT
William Flemer III
pp: 516-522 — See abstract

HOW TISSUE CULTURE CAN BE THE ANSWER
Robert T. Schilpzand
pp: 523-526 — See abstract

THE ADVANTAGE OF USING SEEDLINGS IN SHADE TREE PRODUCTION
Thomas S. Pinney Jr.
pp: 527-528 — See abstract

WHY WE SHOULD USE SEEDLINGS INSTEAD OF GRAFTS AND BUDS
Wayne Lovelace
pp: 529-531 — See abstract

COINCIDE: PHENOLOGICAL APPROACH TO PEST MANAGEMENT
Thomas L. Green
pp: 534-538 — See abstract

OVERWINTER SYSTEMS FOR HERBACEOUS PERENNIALS
Steven M. Still, Tracy DiSabato-Aust and Tim Rhodus
pp: 539-547 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and Bruce Briggs
pp: 548-555 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander
pp: 556 — See abstract

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