INTRODUCTION SPICE-AROMATIC SPECIES VERBENA TRIPHILLA L’HER. INTO COLLECTIONS OF THE BOTANICAL GARDEN (INSTITUTE) OF ASM.
Keywords:verbena, spice, method, multiplication, rooting, cuttings, substrate
Verbena triphylla L’Her is the species that possess unique chemical composition curative, flavoring, decorative, being widely used in sundries domain. Practical diversity was our landmark studies of introduction in the climatic conditions of our country. Since the volume of the original material that we had was small, I began research for defining methods of reproduction of the species. Within three years were identified cheap and most effective methods being chosen as asexual multiplication — potting-up. The method allows for a considerable amount of
rooted plants, as well raw materials resulting from mature plants
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