Pruning intensity and amino acids tryptophan and glycine on growth and flowering of Jasminum sambac

Ziyad Khalf Salih, Seyedeh Somayyeh Shafiei Masouleh, Mohamed Abdulla Ahmed, Marwan Abdulla Sanam


Jasmine (Jasminum sambac L.) is an evergreen shrub and very fragrant, which has a very importance in the perfume industry and its flowers are used in different religious and ceremonies. Training the shrubs for more yields of flowers and essential oil with horticultural improvement effects of pruning and amino acids may help gardeners to achieve more benefits. This study aimed to investigate the effects of pruning intensity (without pruning, 40, 60 or 75 cm above ground level) and foliar application of amino acids (without amino acids, tryptophan or glycine) on jasmine shrubs for promoting growth and reproductive growth and the content of essential oil. The results showed that plants with light pruning (75 cm) and foliar application of amino acids especially glycine had the best growth and yield, which means that plants were affected by the interactions of pruning level and application of amino acids.


arabian jasmine; essential oil; horticultural practice; reproductive growth; vegetative growth

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