Evaluation Of Biomass and Vegetative Propagation Of Spilanthes oleracea Jacq. (Asteraceae)
Spilanthes oleracea Jacq. is an herbaceous plant whose scientifc literature attributes among others, anti-malarial and anti-bilharzia properties.
These virtues justify the placing on the market of drugs based on the
plant. Our study consisted on the one hand to evaluate the biomass of the
plant on a soil of dune amended and on soil of unamended dune and to
test its vegetative multiplication by transplanting, cuttings and layering.
The results show that the growth of the species is greater on dune soil
amended with an average biomass of 106.06 g compared to 71.06 g for
un-amended soil plants. The transplanting of the plants and the layering
were techniques that made it possible to multiply the plants. Spilanthes
oleracea Jacq. can be produced using this agronomic data.
Auteur(s) : William Diatta, Kady Diatta, Alioune Dior Fall, Serigne Ibra Mbacké Dieng
Année de publication : 2020
Revue : Journal of Botanical Research |
N° de volume : Volume 02 | Issue 01 | 2020
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : DIATTA Kady