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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

IPPS Volume 40                 (published in 1990)

PRACTICAL ROOT GRAFTING
Luigi Bazzani
pp: 38-40 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL IN AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS AND SOUTH AFRICAN PROTEAS
M.G. Webb
pp: 41-44 — See abstract

ROOT FORMATION IN MALUS PUMILA ‘NORTHERN SPY’ CUTTINGS USING ETIOLATION
Thomas D. Deering
pp: 45-48 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WESTERN AUSTRALIAN TERRESTRIAL ORCHIDS
Margaret Collins
pp: 49-55 — See abstract

PHOSPHORUS AND IRON EFFECTS ON THE EARLY GROWTH OF SOME AUSTRALIAN NATIVE PLANTS
Kevin A. Handreck
pp: 56-59 — See abstract

BIOLOGY AND PROPAGATION OF AUSTRALIAN RUSHES AND SEDGES
Kingsley Dixon, Kathy Meney and I.R. Dixon
pp: 60-63 — See abstract

VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION OF THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CHRISTMAS TREE, NUYTSIA FLORIIBUNDA
Leisa J. Armstrong
pp: 64-68 — See abstract

APPROACH GRAFTING GREVILLEAS
Tom Crossen
pp: 69-72 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENT OF SALT TOLERANT CLONAL TREES IN AUSTRALIA
Paul G. Van Der Moezel, David T. Bell, Ian J. Bennett, Melanie Strawbridge and Jen A. McComb
pp: 73-78 — See abstract

USE OF CONTROLLED-RELEASE PESTICIDES IN POTTING MIXES
Gail E. Barth
pp: 79-85 — See abstract

SELECTION AND PROPAGATION OF JARRAH FOR DIEBACK RESISTANCE: A PROGRESS REPORT
Jen McComb, Ian Bennett, Michael Stukely and Colin Crane
pp: 86-90 — See abstract

GIVING THE PLANT PROPAGATOR RESPECTED STATUS
John Stanley
pp: 91-93 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF SOME FRUIT CROPS IN THE 1990s
Henry Hilton
pp: 94-96 — See abstract

TOMATO GRAFTING
Tony Biggs
pp: 97-101 — See abstract

IMPROVING AUSTRALIAN DAISIES BY BREEDING
Natalie F. Peate
pp: 102-104 — See abstract

SELECTING WESTERN AUSTRALIAN WILDFLOWERS FOR EXTENDED FLOWERING TIME
George Lulfitz
pp: 105-107 — See abstract

THE RONNEBY APPROACH FOR GROWING BETTER TREES
David Woodroffe
pp: 108-112 — See abstract

DEVELOPMENTS IN PROPAGATION AND HYBRIDISATION OF ANIGOZANTHOS AND MACROPIDIA (KANGAROO PAWS)
Keith R. Oliver
pp: 113-118 — See abstract

BREEDING NEW CARNATION CULTIVARS
A. Tom Keane
pp: 119-121 — See abstract

THE BEGINNINGS OF THE I.P.P.S. IN THE WESTERN REGION
Donald F. Dillon Sr
pp: 122-131 — See abstract

THE NURSERIES OF YESTERYEAR
George S. Oki
pp: 132-139 — See abstract

PLANTS NO LONGER AVAILABLE, BUT SHOULD BE
Elizabeth McClintock
pp: 140-144 — See abstract

BASIC PROPAGATION METHODS (OR HOW I LEARNED PLANT PROPAGATION IN THE OLDEN DAYS)
Kathleen S. Freeland
pp: 145-147 — See abstract

EARLY PLANT PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES THAT STILL WORK TODAY
Walter Wisura
pp: 148-150 — See abstract

THE CONTAINER TREE NURSERY MANUAL—AN EXPERIENCE IN TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
Thomas D. Landis
pp: 151-154 — See abstract

AN ENTOMOLOGIST'S PERSPECTIVE ON POTENTIAL INSECT PROBLEMS
Timothy D. Paine and Paula M. Leddy
pp: 155-159 — See abstract

NEW PLANT DISEASE PROBLEMS ON ORNAMENTAL PLANTS IN CALIFORNIA
Robert D. Raabe
pp: 160-162 — See abstract

THE IMPACT OF TISSUE CULTURE ON FICUS SPP. PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION
Gregory Lloyd
pp: 163-165 — See abstract

ANALYSIS OF GREENHOUSE CURTAIN SYSTEMS FOR SHADING, COOLING, AND HEAT RETENTION
Richard Vollebregt
pp: 166-176 — See abstract

NURSERY EQUIPMENT—PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE
Richard W. Wilson
pp: 177-181 — See abstract

INTERNATIONAL CITRUS NURSERY PRODUCTION AS IT RELATES TO PHYTOPHTHORA, VIRUSES, AND GROWING MEDIA
Don L. Durling
pp: 182-187 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF CARICA PENTAGONA
Thomas Arthur Spellman
pp: 188-190 — See abstract

SOME FACTORS AFFECTING ROOTING OF CUTTINGS
Ray Maleike
pp: 191-194 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION CURTIS J. ALLEY AWARD OF MERIT
Joseph Solomone
pp: 195 — See abstract

WESTERN REGION LIFETIME HONOBARY MEMBERSHIP AWARD
Joseph Solomone
pp: 196-197 — See abstract

PLANT PROPAGATION IN THIRD WORLD COUNTRIES
O.A. "Jolly" Batcheller
pp: 198-201 — See abstract

HYBRIDIZATION OF PLANTS NATIVE TO CALIFORNIA AND BAJA CALIFORNIA IN THE GENUS DIPLACUS
David S. Verity
pp: 202-205 — See abstract

COLLECTION AND INTRODUCTION OF BRITISH COLUMBIAN NATIVE PLANTS TO THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
Bruce Macdonald
pp: 206-212 — See abstract

NEW TECHNOLOGY IN PLANT HEALTH TESTING
James D. Macdonald
pp: 213-216 — See abstract

APPLICATION OF MOLECULAR BREEDING TO CROP IMPROVEMENT
Carolyn Napoli
pp: 217-221 — See abstract

MYCORRHIZAL INOCULATION OF CONTAINER PLANTS
T.V. St. John and J.M. Evans
pp: 222-232 — See abstract

WHATEVER HAPPENED TO PLANT TISSUE CULTURE?
Serge Zimberoff
pp: 233-235 — See abstract

ORNAMENTAL PALM PROPAGATION AND CONTAINER PRODUCTION
Henry Donselman
pp: 236-243 — See abstract

IMPROVED GERMINATION OF ROSA CORYMBIFERA ‘LAXA’ SEED USING A COMPOST ACTIVATOR
F.J. Cullum, S.J. Bradley and Margaret E. Williams
pp: 244-250 — See abstract

ROSE ROOTSTOCKS
Gilbert De Mesmaeker
pp: 251-254 — See abstract

WEANING AND GROWING-ON OF MICROPROPAGATED ROSES
Neal A. Wright
pp: 255-259 — See abstract

PESTS AND DISEASES OF ROSES
David Rowell
pp: 260-263 — See abstract

WEED CONTROL FOR FIELD-BUDDED ROSES
Roger A. Bentley
pp: 264-268 — See abstract

MECHANIZATION OF ROSE TREE PRODUCTION
Ernest G. Parsons
pp: 269-273 — See abstract

PERPETUAL FLOWERING GROUND COVER ROSES: THE "COUNTY SERIES"
Paul Masters
pp: 274-277 — See abstract

BREEDING ROSES IN HOLLAND
G.P. Ilsink
pp: 278-282 — See abstract

THE ROLE OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION OF ROSE BREEDERS
Terry Kenwright
pp: 283-286 — See abstract

PLANT HUNTING IN CHILE
Martin Gardner
pp: 287-291 — See abstract

ROCKWOOL BLOCK PROPAGATION SYSTEMS FOR NURSERY STOCK
Maurice Barletta
pp: 292-295 — See abstract

HEATHER PROPAGATION
Nigel R. Willis
pp: 296-298 — See abstract

IN VITRO REPRODUCTION OF NYMPHAEA
Philip R. Swindells
pp: 299-302 — See abstract

SOME DEVELOPMENTS IN MAGNOLIAS FOR THE GARDEN
Maurice Foster
pp: 303-307 — See abstract

WITCH HAZELS OF NOTE
C.R. Sanders
pp: 308-313 — See abstract

BETULA PROPAGATION
Robin Currie
pp: 315-317 — See abstract

MAGNOLIA PRODUCTION
Lila Dick
pp: 318-320 — See abstract

PLANT BREEDERS' RIGHTS
John Joe Costin
pp: 321-325 — See abstract

ROOTING OF CLERODENDRUM THOMSONIAE CUTTINGS AS AFFECTED BY PACLOBUTRAZOL AND ROOTING HORMONES
W. Brascamp
pp: 326-331 — See abstract

BRACHYGLOTTIS COMPACTA: A NEW ZEALAND ENDEMIC SHRUB
Alice M. de Nys and Gillian L. Rapson
pp: 332-335 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF SELECTED PLANTS FOR AMENITY HORTICULTURE
Mike Geenty
pp: 336-339 — See abstract

AN ISLAND FOREST—NEW BEGINNINGS
Terry Hatch
pp: 340-342 — See abstract

SELECTING AND USING MAGNOLIA CLONAL UNDERSTOCKS
Vance Hooper
pp: 343-346 — See abstract

RUNNING AN ORGANIC NURSERY
R.E. Hunt
pp: 347-349 — See abstract

WHAT IS SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS IN A CONIFER?
Cathy Jones
pp: 350-353 — See abstract

CUTTING PROPAGATION OF ROSA ‘MERMAID’
Raymond B. Lawson
pp: 354-355 — See abstract

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT IN AN INDOOR PLANT NURSERY
Andrew D. Maloy
pp: 356-357 — See abstract

THE USE OF PACLOBUTRAZOL IN THE ROOTING MEDIUM OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTS
Jennifer Oliphant
pp: 358-360 — See abstract

A FRESH LOOK AT PLANT NUTRITION
Graeme C. Platt
pp: 361-365 — See abstract

EFFECT OF CUTTING SIZE ON ROOT FORMATION OF ABELIA, LEUCODENDRON, BORONIA, AND METROSIDEROS
Franz E. Ripphausen
pp: 366-367 — See abstract

IDENTIFYING TIMES OF HIGH POTENTIAL ROOTING FOR CUTTINGS OF FOUR COMMON NEW ZEALAND NATIVE ORNAMENTALS
Clinton J. Smythe and Krista D. Smythe
pp: 368-369 — See abstract

NUTRITION OF CONTAINER-GROWN TUBEROUS BEGONIAS
M.B. Thomas and H.S. Ngu
pp: 370-377 — See abstract

DEVELOPING A REGIONAL MARKET FOR NURSERY CROPS
Denny R. Blew
pp: 378-382 — See abstract

NEW PLANTS IN PRODUCTION AT FLOWERWOOD NURSERY
James B. Berry
pp: 383-385 — See abstract

SELECTION OF NEW PLANTS FOR PROPAGATION AND INTRODUCTION INTO THE NURSERY INDUSTRY
James B. Berry
pp: 386-389 — See abstract

CONSERVATION OF WATER AND FERTILIZER USING PULSE IRRIGATION
Bill Daughtry
pp: 390-393 — See abstract

NEW PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES
Randall M. Jacobs, Jim Berry and Pat Duck
pp: 394-396 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF HEPTACODIUM MICONIOIDES, SEVEN SON FLOWER, BY SOFTWOOD AND SEMI-HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Chin Chin Lee and T.E. Bilderback
pp: 397-401 — See abstract

LINER PRODUCTION OF TEXAS NATIVE PLANTS
Helen Matthews
pp: 402-405 — See abstract

IMPORTANCE OF PESTICIDE REREGISTRATION IN PLANT PROPAGATION
Charles Meister
pp: 406-409 — See abstract

SOIL FUMIGATION USING BASAMID, A GRANULAR FUMIGANT
Paul Miller
pp: 410-411 — See abstract

SMALL FRUITS FOR HOME GARDENING
James N. Moore
pp: 412-416 — See abstract

P & P: A NEW FIELD-TYPE NURSERY OPERATION
Charles H. Parkerson
pp: 417-419 — See abstract

REGULATORY UPDATE FOR NURSERY GROWERS
Craig J. Regelbrugge
pp: 420-422 — See abstract

EFFECT OF SCARIFICATION TREATMENTS ON GERMINATION OF SOPHORA SECUNDIFLORA SEEDS
John M. Ruter and Dewayne L. Ingram
pp: 423-426 — See abstract

TRAINING MIDDLE-LEVEL MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL FOR NURSERY OPERATIONS
Douglas Schmidt
pp: 427-428 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF TENNESSEE PERENNIAL NATIVES
Andrea Sessions and Marty Zenni
pp: 429-433 — See abstract

PERENNIAL HERBS WITH LANDSCAPE POTENTIAL
Janis Teas
pp: 434-436 — See abstract

SEASONAL ROOTING OF BLUE CHINAFIR CUTTINGS
John A. Watkins and Willard T. Witte
pp: 437-441 — See abstract

SEXUAL AND ASEXUAL PROPAGATION OF NORTH AMERICAN RHODODENDRONS
Donald P. Whiddon
pp: 442-443 — See abstract

RECYCLING IRRIGATION WATER
Carl E. Whitcomb
pp: 444-448 — See abstract

EFFECT OF ETHYLENE AND JUVENILITY ON ADVENTITIOUS ROOT INITIATION
Dan Milbocker
pp: 449-454 — See abstract

AFTER THE FIRST FORTY, WHAT IS NEXT?
Charles E. Hess
pp: 455-463 — See abstract

ORNAMENTAL ASIAN CLIMBING VINES FOR THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Bruce Macdonald
pp: 464-466 — See abstract

PROPAGATION AND PRODUCTION OF TEXAS FIELD-GROWN ROSE BUSHES
Fred T. Davies
pp: 467-471 — See abstract

URBAN HORTICULTURE—BASIC HORTICULTURE FOR THE NEXT DECADE
John A. Wott
pp: 472-477 — See abstract

THE NEW ZEALAND CALLA
T.E. Welsh
pp: 478-484 — See abstract

THE IMPORTANCE OF GARDEN FESTIVALS TO THE NURSERY TRADE
John Joe Costin
pp: 485-488 — See abstract

HYGIENE—THE FORGOTTEN TOOL
Edward J. Bunker
pp: 489-493 — See abstract

FROM HERE TO HERE
Ralph Shugert
pp: 494-497 — See abstract

PRODUCTION OF HARDY ROSES BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Robert H. Osborne
pp: 498-502 — See abstract

HERBS: COMMERCIAL PRODUCTION IN CONTAINERS
J. Jacob Jost
pp: 503-506 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF WETLAND SPECIES
William E. Brumback
pp: 507-511 — See abstract

PROPAGATION BY SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS OF GLEDITSIA, AMELANCHIER, BETULA, AND OTHER TREES
William G. Woodruff
pp: 512-513 — See abstract

CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN CUTTINGS DURING ROOTING
B. Veierskov
pp: 514-516 — See abstract

COMPARISONS OF STOCK PLANT ETIOLATION WITH TRADITIONAL PROPAGATION METHODS
Brian K. Maynard and Nina L. Bassuk
pp: 517-523 — See abstract

PROPAGATION TECHNIQUES OF CORNUS KOUSA AND HAMAMELIS TAXA—1940s VS. 1980s
Alfred J. Fordham
pp: 524-527 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF BUXUS AND HIBISCUS: A REVIEW — 1940s TO 1980s
J. Peter Vermeulen
pp: 528-535 — See abstract

INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT RESEARCH AND IMPLEMENTATION IN MASSACHUSETTS
Susan M. Mulgrew
pp: 536-542 — See abstract

BENEFICIAL NEMATODES FOR BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF INSECT PESTS
Carlos S. Glenister
pp: 543-547 — See abstract

COMPOSTING FOR FIELD AND CONTAINER GROWING
R. Wayne Mezitt
pp: 548-552 — See abstract

THE USE OF BUBBLE-PAC FOR THE OVERWINTERING OF ROOTED CUTTINGS
Howard W. Barnes
pp: 553-557 — See abstract

HORMONES: NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY
John C. Larsen
pp: 558 — See abstract

THE BEST PROPAGATION FLAT IS NOT FLAT
Brian M. Decker
pp: 559 — See abstract

WAIT! DON'T TRASH THAT POLY!
Ned D. Rader
pp: 560 — See abstract

OUR OVERWINTERING TECHNIQUE PROMOTES CROP UNIFORMITY
Robert P. Kuszmaul
pp: 561-562 — See abstract

SUMMER SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS VS. WINTER HARDWOOD CUTTINGS
Jamee A. Nirider
pp: 563-564 — See abstract

OLD FASHIONED WEED CONTROL
David C. Ruppert
pp: 565-566 — See abstract

DEFOLIAT10N OF MESERVE HOLLY IN STORAGE
Egidius M. Stroombeek
pp: 567-570 — See abstract

SEED STORAGE FOR THE COMMERCIAL PROPAGATOR1
Mark P. Widrlechner
pp: 571-575 — See abstract

CONSIDERATIONS FOR MICROPROPAGATION OF PLANT CHIMERAS
Mary F. Pogany and R. Daniel Lineberger
pp: 576-580 — See abstract

PROGRAMMING TISSUE CULTURE-PRODUCED PLANT PERFORMANCE
Fouad Mohamed, Zheng Yongping and Harry Jan Swartz
pp: 581-585 — See abstract

SWEETGUM TISSUE CULTURE
Mark H. Brand
pp: 586-590 — See abstract

A Dream, A Theme, A Team Supreme
Peter Vermeulen
pp: 591 — See abstract

1990 RESEARCH GRANT
Deborah McCown
pp: 591 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION FELLOW AWARDS
Steven Still
pp: 592-593 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION 1990 AWARD OF MERIT
Phil Carpenter
pp: 594 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF VINES
Tom Kimmel
pp: 595-596 — See abstract

ENCOURAGING BUD BREAK IN NEWLY-ROOTED SOFTWOOD CUTTINGS
Brian K. Maynard, Wen Quan Sun and Nina L. Bassuk
pp: 597-602 — See abstract

A COMPARISON OF JUVENILITY IN SEEDLINGS, MICROPROPAGATED, AND MACROPROPAGATED PLANTS1
Laura K. Judd and Anna J. Knuttel
pp: 603-607 — See abstract

CONTAINER PRODUCTION OF HARD-TO-FIND OR HARD-TO-TRANSPLANT SPECIES
Daniel K. Struve
pp: 608-612 — See abstract

PROPAGATION OF JUNIPERUS SCOPOLORUM ‘WICHITA BLUE’ BY CUTTINGS
T. Murray Alward
pp: 613-614 — See abstract

EFFECT OF LIGHT QUALITY ON GROWTH OF IN VITRO CULTURED ORGANS AND TISSUES
Filiberto Loreti, R. Muleo and S. Morini
pp: 615-623 — See abstract

EASTERN REGION QUESTION BOX
Ralph Shugert and Bruce Briggs
pp: 624-627 — See abstract

NEW PLANT FORUM
Jack Alexander
pp: 628 — See abstract

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