QBARS - v31n2 1977 Breeder's Roundtable Program

Robert L. Ticknor, Roundtable Chairman

A wide variety of subjects will be discussed at the 1977 Breeders Roundtable to be held at the Rodeway Inn, Springfield, Oregon, on Sunday, May 15th.  Topics to be presented and the speakers discussing them are as follows:
9:00 am Opening Remarks R. L. Ticknor, Moderator
9:05 am Breeding Azaleodendrons A. E. Kehr
9:35 am Deciduous Azalea Breeding Possibilities J. L. Creech
10:05 am Break
10:25 am Controlling Mosses and Liverworts G. F. Ryan
10:45 am The Feeding Preference of the Obscure Root Weevil H. T. Bell
11:15 am Mycorrhiza and Propagation R. G. Linderman
11:45 am Lunch
1:00 pm The Lepidote Hybrids of Robert Scott A. H. Osborn
1:30 pm Using Colchicine and Breeding for Indumentum E. Jones
1:50 pm Breeding for Yellow and for Indumentum A. A. Childers
2:20 pm Break
2:40 pm Open Discussion and Show and Tell Period
Remember that the question and discussion period which follows each talk gives you a chance to obtain information on problems of interest to you from the audience as well as from the speaker. Equally important is the chance for you to share your knowledge with your fellow hybridizers.
See you at the Rodeway Inn on Sunday, May 15th.


Mr. Harry Bell, Graduate Student, Department of Entomology, Oregon State University,
Corvallis, Or.
Mr. Arthur Childers, Nurseryman, Rhodoland Nursery, Vida, Or.
Dr. John Creech, Director, U.S. National Arboretum, Washington, D.C.
Mr. Ellis Jones, Nurseryman, Island Gardens, Eugene, Or.
Dr. August Kehr, Staff Scientist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Md.,
President American Rhododendron Society
Dr. Robert Linderman, Project Leader, U.S.D.A. Ornamental Plants Laboratory, Corvallis, Or
Mr. Hadley Osborn, President of the California Chapter A.R.S.
and The Strybing Arboretum Society, El Cerrito, Calif.
Dr. George Ryan, Horticulturist, Western Washington Research and Extension Center,
Washington State University, Puyallup, Wa.
Dr. Robert Ticknor, Horticulturist, North Willamette Experiment Station,
Oregon State University, Aurora, Or.