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Collins (2002) ascertained that S. 2). S. , 2005). A notable characteristic of S. , 1983). This attribute has ramifications on horticultural production, both in its utility for clonal propagation and for inter-row management in cropping situations. TRADITIONAL USE S. , 1983; Peterson, 1979). , 2009); also akatyerr and katyerr (Anmatyerr language, according to Latz, 1999); akatyerre (East Arrernte language); katyerre (West Arrernte language); arlkerre (Kaytetye language); kampurarrpa, kanytjilyi, katarapalpa and kintinyka (Pintupi language); kampurarpa and kati-kati (Pitjantjatjara language); and yakajirri, jungkunypa, kampurarrpa, kararrpa, karturu and mulyu (Warlpiri language) (Latz, 1999).

1983). This attribute has ramifications on horticultural production, both in its utility for clonal propagation and for inter-row management in cropping situations. TRADITIONAL USE S. , 1983; Peterson, 1979). , 2009); also akatyerr and katyerr (Anmatyerr language, according to Latz, 1999); akatyerre (East Arrernte language); katyerre (West Arrernte language); arlkerre (Kaytetye language); kampurarrpa, kanytjilyi, katarapalpa and kintinyka (Pintupi language); kampurarpa and kati-kati (Pitjantjatjara language); and yakajirri, jungkunypa, kampurarrpa, kararrpa, karturu and mulyu (Warlpiri language) (Latz, 1999).

Little research has been performed on the nutritional requirements of anise myrtle; however, the trees seem to respond when they are well mulched and are regularly fertilised with poultry manure–based fertiliser or compost. Liquid seaweed-, kelp- and fish-based fertilisers are also beneficial and have shown good results. Anise myrtle typically does not require huge nutrient inputs due to it being an Australian Native plant; however, in a plantation with dense plantings, with constant harvesting, they require a well-balanced fertiliser regime to maintain optimal production.

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