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Integrated nutrient management in menthol mint cultivation utilizing mint residue fertilizer



Integrated nutrient management in menthol mint cultivation utilizing mint residue fertilizer



Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences 21(4): 1058-1063



Mentha arvensis residue obtained after essential oil extraction was composted either alone or following the addition of N and P alone or in combination with Zn. The effect of this fertilizer on the yield of M. arvensis was investigated in India. Addition of mint residue fertilizer (3.35 t/ha in combination with N) reduced the requirements for NPK fertilizer without affecting essential oil yield.

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