Tags: PLANT propagation
- Changing your propagation paradigms. Borland, Jim // American Nurseryman;3/1/96, Vol. 183 Issue 5, p24
Discusses ways to overcome difficulties in propagating Rocky Mountain plants. Uniqueness of plant propagation in the Rocky Mountain region of Alaska; Basic considerations in Rocky Mountain plant propagation; Useful horticultural gadgets in Rocky Mountain plant propagation.
- To bag or to pot? Haydu, John J. // American Nurseryman;04/15/97, Vol. 185 Issue 8, p40
Compares the economic benefits and costs of bag-to-pot with pot-in-pot plant production methods. Operation mechanics of each procedure; Stages of bag-to-pot system; Pot characteristics; Maintenance activities; Direct installation and production costs. INSET: Statistics for better business, by...
- Crossing Regional Boundaries. Morgan, David L. // American Nurseryman;6/1/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 11, p55
Highlights the International Plant Propagators' Society conference in U.S. Annual rotation of the conference; Professional membership of the organization; Regional branches of the organization.
- Propagating houseplants. Ross, Marty // Flower & Garden;Mar1994, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16
Focuses on houseplant propagation. Equipment; Divisions; Offsets; Stem cuttings; Leaf cuttings.
- Cutting through the confusion. Del Tredici, Peter // American Nurseryman;10/01/96, Vol. 184 Issue 7, p22
Provides information about root cuttings. Techniques for propagating hardy woody plants from root cuttings; Root cutting considerations; Generalizations which may be applied when propagating plants from root cuttings; Options when choosing where to propagate root cuttings. INSETS: Literature...
- Natural selection. McCargo, Heather // American Nurseryman;08/15/96, Vol. 184 Issue 4, p39
Presents information about nursery seed propagation. Significance of propagating native perennials by seed; Importance of genetic diversity in wild plants; Examples of species with longer seed germination requirement; How to handle the seed germination requirements of various species. INSET:...
- The practicality of pot-in-pot. Ruter, John M. // American Nurseryman;01/01/97, Vol. 185 Issue 1, p32
Discusses the practicality of using pot-in-pot production system in plant propagation. Advantages and limitations of using containers in growing plants; Why did Charlie Parkerson of Lancaster Farms Incorporated, Suffolk, Virginia introduced the idea of using pot-in-pot production system;...
- BUDDING TO A ROOTSTOCK. // Organic Gardening (08973792);May88, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p24
Describes the budding technique for plants. Performance of budding in early to midsummer; Description of the bud stick; Proper length of the budstick to be cut; Recommended vertical cut with a sharp knife; Cutting of a leaf section from the budstick; Protection of the bud graft; Pruning of the...
- Double Your Raspberry Yields! Long, Cheryl // Organic Gardening (08973792);Mar2001, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the findings of a study on doubling raspberry yields by tying the plant to a wire trellis.