• Biology
  • Published 2013

Establishment of propagation methods for growing promising aromatic plant species of the Lippia (Verbenaceae) and Tagetes (Asteraceae) genera in Colombia

@inproceedings{HerreraMoreno2013EstablishmentOP,
  title={Establishment of propagation methods for growing promising aromatic plant species of the Lippia (Verbenaceae) and Tagetes (Asteraceae) genera in Colombia},
  author={Axel Mauricio Herrera-Moreno and Carlos Carranza and Mar{\'i}a Isabel Chac{\'o}n-S{\'a}nchez},
  year={2013}
}
The objective of this study was to optimize a method of asexual propagation in the aromatic species Lippia origanoides (accessions CA-90 and CA-93), Lippia alba (accession CA-300) and Tagetes zypaquirensis (accession CA-247), and determine the germination behavior of Tagetes caracasana (accession CA-10), to contribute to the establishment of these promising aromatics as potential new crops in Colombia. [...] Key Method A completely randomized design was employed with a 3x3 factorial arrangement with three…Expand Abstract

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