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Vol. 8, Issue 12 (2019)

Response of fertilization in medicinal and aromatic plants

Ashish Kumar, Pallavi Singhal, Vivek Kumar Tiwari and Shardulya Shukla
In recent years, the demand for medicinal and aromatic plants (MAPs) has grown rapidly because of accelerated local, national and international interests, the latter notably from the pharmaceutical industry. The nutrient level in the soil is one of the most described aspects of agricultural research, also including research into Medicinal and Aromatic plants. Generally, an increased the level of nutrients induces an enhancement of plant biomass, but when the aim of cultivation is different from herbage yield, i.e. when a special plant part like (seeds or roots or or shoot or flowers) is of interest, or when the quality features are particularly important, the outcome of fertilization may be dramatically different. Therefore a good fertilization practice is necessary and forms rates and times of distribution of fertilizers must be accurately planned and managed.
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How to cite this article:
Ashish Kumar, Pallavi Singhal, Vivek Kumar Tiwari, Shardulya Shukla. Response of fertilization in medicinal and aromatic plants. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(12):421-422.

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