Propagating cuttings, part II
- Industry inspection. Davis, Gareth A.; Kitto, Dr. Sherry L.; Ilvento, Dr. Thomas L. // American Nurseryman;02/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p111
Discusses the Newark, Delaware-based University of Delaware Department of Plant and Soil Sciences' survey of nurseries in the United States as of February 15, 2000. Data on nursery companies' operations; Plant propagation systems; Plant varieties considered by nursery operators as difficult to...
- Won't you be my neighbor? Davis, Todd // NMPRO - Nursery Management & Production;Apr2008, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p72
A personal narrative is presented which describes how the author dealt with neighbors who are against construction of nurseries or plant propagation facilities.
- Propagating rootstock. Armstrong, Mic // American Nurseryman;02/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p104
Offers tips for nursery growers on how to propagate rootstocks. McMinnville, Oregon-based Meadow Lake Nursery Co.'s use of stooling to propagate rootstocks; Stooling protocols; Other propagation methods.
- Propagating cuttings, part IV. Geneve, Robert L. // American Nurseryman;3/15/95, Vol. 181 Issue 6, p56
Part IV. Discusses factors growers must take into consideration when propagating plants by cuttings. Maturation; Root formation in cuttings from stump sprouts; Hedging; Tissue culture.
- What to do with overwintered tender plants. // Garden;Feb2012, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p26
The article offers tips on working with overwintered tender plants and using them as mother plants for propagation from vigorous new cuttings.
- Cutting to the point. Proebsting, William M. // American Nurseryman;01/01/98, Vol. 187 Issue 1, p30
Discusses the techniques and methods of plant propagation through rooting cuttings. Basic principles about plant cuttings and plant propagation; Types of plant rooting; Demonstration of the processes involved in rooting, cuttings and plant propagation.
- GROWING GREENBACKS. McGroarty, Michael J. // Mother Earth News;Nov2000, Issue 182, p40
Discusses how to start a backyard nursery. Propagation techniques; Steps to make evergreen cuttings; Ways to sell the plants.
- Cercis 'Oklahoma'. Rodda, Kelli // NMPRO - Nursery Management & Production;Feb2005, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p10
Focuses on the Texas redbud with the scientific name of Cercis Canadensis var. texensis Oklahoma. Discovery of the plant in the Arbuckle Mountains of Oklahoma; Offer of glossy foliage and magenta-colored flowers; Propagation techniques by Heartland Nursery in Missouri and Rosebrook Nursery in...
- Clean, green propagation machines. Stephens, Richard // Australian Horticulture;Jun2005, Vol. 103 Issue 6, p34
Focuses on propagation methods used in several nurseries in Australia. Importance of managing mother-stock plants to Avondale Nurseries in cutting propagation; Use of tubestock at Wallum Nurseries in Queensland for revegetation; Claim of garden owner Robert Harrison on the success of...