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Acclimatization study of Tagetes lucida L. in Egypt and the chemical characterization of its essential oils
Natural Product Research
Seeds of Tagetes lucida were imported to Egypt from Canada and propagated under greenhouse conditions in peat moss media. Soil was sandy in texture and the irrigation system was dripping irrigation. The growth parameters were determined at five successive plant ages, fresh and dry weights of herb were determined at three successive plant ages. The yield of aerial parts after 175 days, was about 7.5 Mg/ ha. The essential oil (EO) was extracted by hydro -distillation for three hours with a yielddoi:10.1080/14786419.2017.1278594 pmid:28152613 fatcat:p7xavzi3pvef7gkha3votkg7me