Journal #1 – The First ABS Journal

Journal #1 – The First ABS Journal


Issue #1:
ABS Statement of Organization and Purpose; p. 1
A Survey of U.S.D.A. Bamboo Introductions
Kenneth Brennecke; pp. 2 – 11
Propagation of Bamboo by Vegetative Fractions (1)
Kenneth Brennecke; pp. 12 – 15
The ABS Bamboo Collection; pp 16 – 18
Letter to the Editor; p. 19
Issue #2:
Clone Registration; p. 20
Obituary – Tanso Ishihara; p. 21
Propagation of Bamboo by Vegetative Fractions (1) (cont.)
Kenneth Brennecke; pp. 22 – 24
The American Bamboos: Part I , Species Cultivated in the U. S.
Richard Haubrich; pp. 25 – 31

Issue #3:
Importation of Bamboo Propagules into the United States
George A. White; pp. 32 – 33
The American Bamboos: Part II, Natives of Costa Rica
Richard Haubrich; pp. 34 – 43

Issue #4:
Report on the Flowering and Fruiting of Arundinaria angustifolia (Mit. ) Houz. de Leh.
Robert D. Fabel-Ward; pp. 44 – 46
Clone Registration 1980; p. 47
Handbook of Bamboos Cultivated in the United States Part I: The genus Phyllostachys
Richard Haubrich; pp. 48 – 94

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