Citations with the tag: PLANT propagation
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- 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;...
- Propagation 101.
Davison, Elizabeth // American Nurseryman; 01/01/97, Vol. 185 Issue 1, p45
Discusses the plant propagation by leafy stem cuttings and the physiological processes that must be maintained in the cuttings to help root initiation. Main advantages of propagation by cuttings; Factors which affects the ability of a stem cutting to survive; Contributors to the continuing...
- BUDDING TO A ROOTSTOCK.
Davison, Elizabeth // 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.
- Captivating Corydalis.
Heims, Dan // American Nurseryman; 3/1/2003, Vol. 197 Issue 5, p20
Focuses on the propagation of Corydalis plant in the U.S. Characteristics of the plant; Narcotic properties of the herbaceous specie; Habitat of the plant.
Heims, Dan // American Nurseryman; 5/15/2005, Vol. 201 Issue 10, p8
Presents a letter to the editor in response to an article on the terminologies used in plant propagation.
- Propagation of Sedum `Autumn Joy' by hanging.
Avitabile, Alphonse // American Nurseryman; 11/15/95, Vol. 182 Issue 10, p58
Discusses the propagation of the `Autumn Joy' stonecrop by hanging. Survival of the rooted rosettes without protection during the winter season; Problems with propagating stonecrop.
- The lotus revolution.
Speichert, C. Greg // American Nurseryman; 04/15/97, Vol. 185 Issue 8, p28
Presents information on American and Asian full-sized and miniature lotus plants recommended for tub gardens and tabletop ponds. Cultural symbolism of the lotus in Asia; Propagation instructions; Planting requirements; Plant care.
- Homing in on Hamamelidaceae.
Meacham, Guy E. // American Nurseryman; 04/15/97, Vol. 185 Issue 8, p34
Talks about various aspects of the popular varieties of the Hamamelidaceae or witch hazel plants. Includes Liquidambar; Hamamelis; Corylopsis; Color of leaves and flowers; Height of mature plant; Directions for propagation.
- Propagation of Quercus phillyreoides by stem cuttings.
McGuigan, Patrick J.; Blazich, Frank A. // American Nurseryman; 04/15/97, Vol. 185 Issue 8, p72
Presents instructions on how to propagate Quercus phillyreoides or ubame oak by stem cuttings. Color and texture of foliage; Length of cuttings; Treatment of basal portion of cuttings with IBA solutions; Effect of auxin on rooting capabilities; Budbreak and overwintering survival.
- Gentiana asclepiadea.
Ecker, Michael E. // American Nurseryman; 11/15/97, Vol. 186 Issue 10, p86
Provides information on willow gentian, scientifically known as Gentiana asclepiadea. Morphological description of the plant; Growth requirements; Methods of propagation.
- Taking root.
Gwaltney, Tim // American Nurseryman; 05/01/98, Vol. 187 Issue 9, p40
Discusses the propagation techniques for the weeping yaupon plant. Why the plant is not used in large quantities; Best propagation wood for weeping yaupons; Advices for cutting weeping yaupon; Details on the supply of weeping yaupon liners.
- Reap what you sow.
Larson, Richard A. // American Nurseryman; 07/15/98, Vol. 188 Issue 2, p36
Cites several reasons on the significance of seed propagation as a tool for many propagators. Characteristics of a seed; How to develop a good seed-propagation program; Methods and materials used by seed collectors in harvesting seeds; Recommendations for seed cleaning and storage; List of...
- Astragalus bisulcatus.
Borland, Jim // American Nurseryman; 12/15/1998, Vol. 188 Issue 12, p114
Features the astragalus bisulcatus, a two-grooved milk vetch. Availability and growth rate of the milk vetch; Annual precipitation and evaporation; Description of the foliage; Method in propagation.
- Demystifying Micropropagation.
Caton, Lynne // American Nurseryman; 01/01/99, Vol. 189 Issue 1, p22
Focuses on the factors needed to be considered for the success of micropropagation. Facilitation of the introduction of a new plant to the market; Employment of good production practices.
- Handling Hellebore Seed.
Seidler, John // American Nurseryman; 11/01/99, Vol. 190 Issue 9, p34
Presents guidelines on seed propagation of hellebores from Siskiyou Greenhouses in Orlando, Florida. Vegetative propagation of hellebores; Challenges in Hellebores seed propagation; Advice in seed germination and plant transplantation; Recommendation on humidity and temperature suited for plant...
- Ulmus alata 'Lace Parasol'.
Upchurch, Brian // American Nurseryman; 11/01/99, Vol. 190 Issue 9, p122
Features the plant Ulmus alata, Lace Parasol, in North Carolina. Ornamental characteristics of Lace Parasol; Changes in color of leaves during different season; History of the parent plant; Soil preference; Impact of fertilizer application on growth of the plant; Methods of propagation.
- Timing is everything.
Beattie, Dr. David J. // American Nurseryman; 02/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p28
Offers tips for nursery growers on how to propagate perennials. Propagation methods; Seed; Division; Root cuttings; Importance of timing.
- Taking Stock.
Maynard, Dr. Brian // American Nurseryman; 02/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p36
Offers tips for nursery growers on how to maintain the health of their stock plants. Propagation tips; Maintaining cultural control; Management of stocks' exposure to light.
- 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...
- Cercis canadensis var. alba.
Kahtz, Anthony W. // American Nurseryman; 03/15/2000, Vol. 191 Issue 6, p102
Focuses on the propagation of Eastern redbud. Maximum mature height; Resistance to cold; Propagation through softwood cuttings; Minimal success of rooting cuttings of the tree.
- Opportunities Down Under.
Davies Jr., Fred T. // American Nurseryman; 2/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 4, p32
Focuses on the benefits of mycorrhizal fungi to nursery propagation and production system. Characteristics of endomycorrhiza and ectomycorrhiza; Challenges to the nursery industry; Propagation of mycorrhizae; Uses of mycorrhizae in commercial production.
- Field Notes: Ptelea trifoliata.
Morgenson, Greg // American Nurseryman; 3/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 6, p82
Features the hoptree or wafer ash, Ptelea trifoliata. Description of the plant; Uniqueness of the fruit; Information for plant propagation.
- The Basics of Stem Cutting Propagation.
Kahtz, Anthony W. // American Nurseryman; 4/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 8, p56
Presents guidelines on stem cutting propagation. Methods on asexual reproduction of plants; Advantages in producing plants via stem cutting; Types of stem cuttings. INSET: Specific considerations for specific stem cuttings.
- Betula albo-sinensis.
Dosmann, Michael S. // American Nurseryman; 4/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 8, p90
Features the Betula albo-sinensis birch species in the U.S. Propagation of the plant from China; Popularity of the plant in nurseries; Characteristics of the plant.
- Ilex cornuta 'O.Spring'.
Sibley, Jeff L.; Wilson, Jeff C. // American Nurseryman; 5/15/2002, Vol. 195 Issue 10, p86
Features the Ilex cornuta O. Spring shrub. Description of the plant; Ornamental characteristics; Enhancement of propagation through stem cutting.
- Diagnosing fall pansy problems.
Styer, Dr. Roger C. // GPN: Greenhouse Product News; Aug97, Vol. 7 Issue 8, p38
Discusses problems encountered by growing pansies in United States during the fall season and its solutions. Nutritional problems; Diseases; Growth habit and flowering.
- Treasured trilliums.
Hipps, Carol Bishop // Horticulture; Apr96, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p40
No abstract available.
- Multiplication du Thuja plicata par culture in vitro de tissus juveniles et ages
Misson, Jean-Pierre // Canadian Journal of Forest Research; Apr1988, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p473
No abstract available.
- Seedbed preparation.
McGuirk, Steve; Harivandi, Ali // Grounds Maintenance; Aug97, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p58
Provides information on seedbed preparation equipment. Includes rock pickers; Chain link harrows; Palm tillers; Tips on selecting proper equipment.
- Bud differentiation questions linger for California's grape crop.
Cline, Harry // Western Farm Press; 5/7/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 12, p17
The article focuses on the effectiveness of budding differentiation in determining the fruitfulness of grape vines in California.
- Playing with nature.
Woy, Joann // Country Journal; Jan/Feb98, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p26
Provides information about tree grafting. Different methods of grafting; Benefits from grafting; Tools and supplies needed when grafting a tree. INSETS: The birds and the bees;Bearing fruit;Successful summertime grafting;Grafting to repair mature trees
- Divide and multiply.
Fossel, Peter V. // Country Journal; May/Jun98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p62
Presents information on propagating plants from cuttings. Overview of root division method; How to divide a perennial; Tips in propagating plants. INSET: Houseplants.
- Success with wildflowers.
Fossel, Peter V. // Landscape Management; May95, Vol. 34 Issue 5, p40
Offers advice on the cultivation of wildflowers. Goal evaluation in wildflower cultivation; Site choice; Importance of correct seed choice; Site preparation; Importance of sufficient water; Area maintenance.
- The return of Florida wildflowers.
Holler, Janis Frawley // Sarasota Magazine; Oct93, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p21
Cites the propagation of wildflowers in Florida. Interruption of life cycle of flowers due to constant mowing; Additions to home gardens; Absence of need for fertilizers and pesticides; Florida wildflowers that grow easily in Sarasota. INSET: Resources & classes..
- Fraser fir.
Blazich, Frank A.; Hinesley, L. Eric // American Nurseryman; 3/1/95, Vol. 181 Issue 5, p54
Offers advice on propagating the Abies fraseri or Fraser fir. Characteristics; Ways of propagating; Problems in seed production.
- 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.
- PROPAGATION AND INTRODUCTION.
Geneve, Robert L. // Ecological Restoration; Spring/Summer99, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p84
Presents several abstracts on plant propagation and introduction. `Tropical Rain Forest Trees Propagated Using Large Cuttings (Nicaragua),' by Inigo Granzow-de la Cerda; `Air-Layering Shows Promise in Propagating Tropical Trees (Nicaragua),' by Inigo Granzow-de Cerda; `Sweetgrass:...
- Establishment of Forbs in Cattle Dungpats Deposited in Vegetation Gaps in a Degraded Sagebrush Community.
Shinderman, Matthew J.; Call, Christopher A. // Ecological Restoration; 2001, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p99
Reports on a study which evaluated the effectiveness of fecal seeding in restoring two forb species in Utah. Fecal seeding and broadcast seeding in vegetation gaps; Description of the study site and gap definition; Seedling emergence and survival in 1997 and 1998; Plant performance in 1997 and...
- Big Boxes = Big Issues.
Aiello, Anthony S.; Goff, Elinor I. // American Nurseryman; 4/1/2003, Vol. 197 Issue 7, p35
Discusses the care of large, container-grown trees. Effective growing media; Use of soil as a component; Importance of irrigation practices, nutrient application strategies and characteristics of container substrates.
- "Vegetative propagation - knowhow and technology for enhancing bioeconomy " - A new project launched in Finland.
Aronen, Tuija; Ven�l�inen, Martti; Harju, Anni; Nikkanen, Teijo // BMC Proceedings; 2011 Supplement, Vol. 5 Issue Suppl 7, p1
An abstract of the conference paper "Vegetative propagation - knowhow and technology for enhancing bioeconomy " - A new project launched in Finland," by Tuija Aronen and colleagues is presented.
- Pinetum scores with cypress propagation.
Aronen, Tuija; Ven�l�inen, Martti; Harju, Anni; Nikkanen, Teijo // Horticulture Week; 1/20/2012, p8
The article reports that a British team at National Pinetum has achieved the only successful propagation of a rare and highly endangered Vietnamese conifer.
- Propagating Oriental Poppies.
Aronen, Tuija; Ven�l�inen, Martti; Harju, Anni; Nikkanen, Teijo // Horticulture; May/Jun2002, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p67
Presents a guide in the propagation of oriental poppies. Time for root cuttings; Tips on making a large number of cuttings; Suggestions on root cutting.
- The argan tree (Argania spinosa) in Morocco: Propagation by seeds, cuttings and in-vitro techniques.
Nouaim, R.; Mangin, G.; Breuil, M.C.; Chaussod, R. // Agroforestry Systems; 2002, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p71
Evaluates the propagation methods of argan tree in Morocco. Germination of the seeds; Comparison of germination between nuts with thin and thicker walls; Vegetative propagation of the tree.