The IPPS Combined Proceedings

A unique benefit IPPS members enjoy is free online access to the Combined Proceedings, a vast library of horticultural knowledge!

The IPPS Proceedings are a collection of all the papers presented at the IPPS conferences held annually in each of the Regions, since 1951. There are now 69 volumes of professionally edited papers available online.

Volume 67 (2017 conference papers) was the last edition of the Combined Proceedings printed in the Black Book format and distributed in the traditional way. Starting with the 2018 regional conference papers (vol.68), IPPS will continue to edit the presentations in the traditional manner and then upload them to the IPPS website. The conference papers on the IPPS website will look similar to what is currently available in the printed edition, except there will be the opportunity to add PowerPoint presentations. All members will be able to view the “new style”. Combined Proceedings online and if necessary will be able to print individual papers or the entire proceedings directly from the IPPS website. One of the main advantages of this change will be a dramatically reduced time between a regional conference and the publication of the Proceedings on the IPPS.

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Conference presentations are also available online as un-edited PowerPoint files. Selected presentations are available as online videos.

Reprinting and quotations from the Combined Proceedings International Plant Propagators' Society papers published are permitted only on the condition that full credit is given to both the Combined Proceedings International Plant Propagators' Society and written approval is obtained from the author(s). In addition, the volume, pagination, and date of publication must be indicated.

The published Proceedings represent the view of the authors or persons to whom they are credited and are not necessarily those of the Society. The publication of research or other types of information by the Society does not constitute a recommendation or endorsement of products or procedures involved; for general use, label recommendations, and directions must be followed.