Eurycoma longifolia is a promising herb species due to its pharmacological importance and
market demands. Realizing that there is limited information on suitable fertilizer applications,
specifically at nursery stage, has led to the initiation of this study. Three types of fertilizer
(Coffee, Green and Organic) were tested on 100 wildings of E. longifolia at nursery stage.
Growth data were taken at initial of the experiment and after three consecutive months. Findings
showed no significant difference on the growth performance increment of the wildings (based
on height increment data). On the other hand, diameter at collar region showed significant
difference at the third month observation by green fertilizer (1.92 mm) and organic fertilizer
(1.65 mm). Nevertheless, Organic fertilizer consistently showed the highest increment of height
and showed a significant difference on collar diameter increment at the third month observation.
Early observation showed that the Organic fertilizer might have performed better in improving
the growth performance of E. longifolia wildings at the nursery stage.