AOC SLIDE PROGRAMME

Digital additions:

200. ORCHID PESTS AND DISEASES. From the American Orchid Society. DVD: 68 minutes. Bob Webster discusses how to identify and control invading pests, bacterial and fungal diseases in your orchid collection as well as how to prevent them by correct cultivation practices. Also demonstrated are various ways to diagnose orchid viruses, including virus testing kits and indicator plants for use in the home.

193. THE PHRAGMIPEDIUM STORY. Clive Hayman and Rita Cusack's lecture at the 2009 AOC Conference at Werribee, Victoria. CD: PowerPoint program of 73 slides

192. AWARDED CATTLEYA HYBRIDS Edited by Noel Grundon, Registrar of the Queensland Regional Judging Panel CD: PowerPoint program of 79 slides

191. NATIONAL ORCHID GARDEN, SINGAPORE by John Rees, Gympie, Qld CD: PowerPoint program of 61 slides. Shows garden on two occasions & improvements made, VIP Garden.

190.  ORCHID SHOWS 2006  DVD:  several 2006 Queensland orchid shows 1. Bundaberg      2. Childers & Isis       3. Maryborough       4. Hervey Bay.

189. ZYGOPETALUM AND ALLIED GENERA by Richard Fishlock CD: PowerPoint program of 58 slides with printable accompanying text.

188. YOU WILL NEVER GET AN AWARD!  - CLIVE HAYMAN's AND RITA CUSACK's  AWARDED PAPHIOPEDILUMS &  PHRAGMIPEDIUMS  Script by Clive Hayman and Rita Cusack  CD: PowerPoint program of 113 slides.

187. THE CHIANG MAI FLOWER FESTIVAL & ORCHID SHOW  by Tony Watkinson CD: PowerPoint program of 58 slides with printable accompanying text.

186. THE COOL HOUSE IN THE SINGAPORE BOTANICAL GARDENS  by Tony Watkinson of the Wanneroo Orchid Society, WA. CD: PowerPoint program of 42 slides with printable accompanying text.

185. SMALL, SHAPELY AND BEAUTIFUL - AWARDED Sc. AND Slc. Script by Rob Worden, orchid judge from the SARJP  CD: PowerPoint program OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD.

184. HATS OFF TO THE SPECIES! - THE INFLUENCE OF SPECIES CYMBIDIUMS IN HYBRID BREEDING Edited by Mr Peter Galpin, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program of 82 slides OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD.

183.THE EXOTIC DENDROBIUMS - SPECIES AND HYBRIDS THAT ARE NOT AUSTRALIAN NATIVES Compiled by Mr Rob McNamee, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program  OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD

182. STANDARD PAPHIOPEDILUMS By Mr Ronald Yates, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program of 70 slides OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD.

181. THOSE "LADY'S SLIPPER ORCHIDS", AWARDED NON-STANDARD PAPHIOPEDILUMS Commentary prepared by Mr Ian Attenborough, orchid judge from the SARJP.  CD: PowerPoint program of 105 slides OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD.

180. AWARDED PLANTS OF MISCELLANEOUS GENERA, INCLUDING SEVERAL TOP QUALITY SPECIMENS Edited by Mr Robert Wood, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program of 101 slides OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD.

179. PLEUROTHALLIDINAE PERFECTION - MASDEVALLIA, DRACULA AND DRACUVALLIA Edited by Mrs Joyce Whan, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program of 87 slides OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD

178. SPECIES PAPHIOPEDILUM - SOMETHING BEAUTIFUL By Mrs Robyn Wood, orchid judge from the SARJP CD: PowerPoint program  OR printable script with folder of digital images on the one CD

177. ORCHIDS OF NEW GUINEA - BULBOPHYLLUMS By Wolfgang Bandisch. A large number of photos, with limited information – many are as yet unnamed. Some clubs have had difficulty opening this program – advise borrowing another at the same time. CD: PowerPoint program

173. PAPHIOPEDILUMS AND OTHER BEAUTIES Edited by Edda Viskic and Russell Job of the Orchid Society of S.A CD: 142 slides

169. PHALAENOPSIS AWARD HISTORY 1989 - 2001 Edited by Stuart Heyden a well-known and respected Queensland grower. CD: 116 slides

168. SOME AUSTRALIAN SARCANTHINAE Edited by Howard Tozer. CD: 107 slides

165. A SELECTION OF GENERA NOT FREQUENTLY SEEN AMONG AWARDED ORCHIDS Edited by Brian Halls of Mt. Beenak Orchids of Three Bridges Victoria. CD: 117 slides

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  1. Each Member or Associate may apply for one programme unit a month, that is, one programme for one meeting night.
  2. The programmes replica watches uk should be selected in order of preference for some months ahead. The Program Librarian will endeavour to ensure that the programmes are available for the nominated date, but often finds it inconvenient when short notice demands are received for a program. Members are requested to cooperate.
  3. The number of programmes available may create both circulation and demand problems and we wish to keep correspondence to a minimum.
  4. We are conscious of the imperfections of each program and welcome constructive suggestions. The colour of some slides leaves a lot to be desired cheap replica rolex because of the faulty exposure of the originals or the duplicate which remains the master copy. Some of the programmes were composed over 30 years ago, making them historical pieces.
  5. Most of the earlier programmes are of 36 slides, placed in boxes, together with commentary and carefully packaged to ensure safe delivery over a period of time.
  6. We expect each Society to add to the commentary wherever they see fit – also encourage a discussion by members of your Society, for this is a fundamental object of each programme.
  7. An enormous amount of time has been expended in composing and preparing each of these programmes for circulation and the Program Director or Librarian will hublot replica uk appreciate assistance in the form of good slides of species, interesting hybrids, specimen plants and any other item of interest appertaining to the culture rolex replica uk of orchids. Perhaps your society will accept the challenge and produce a program for circulation.
  8. The safety and protection of each slide and the unit as a whole cannot be over-emphasised.
  9. The top corner of each slide is rolex replica uk clearly marked to ensure that the slides will go into the magazine in the correct order and position.
  10. We expect your full cooperation to dispatch the program immediately after you meeting night, back to base, or on to an instructed address of another society.
  11. Any slides in these programs found to be faulty should be reported to the Librarian immediately.
  12. All requisitions for programs should be directed to the Program Librarian.

Program  Librarian Thea Shaughnessy 88 Wehl Street North MOUNT GAMBIER, SA. 5290 Phone: (08) 8725 9051

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