Cedrela odorata is probably certainly one of the most necessary native forest species in México; nevertheless, plantation initiatives with this species have been limited due to the irruption of the meliaceae shoot borer. The search for new alternatives to both eradicate or management the pest continues being essential. Hence, suitability of nutrient management via fertilization is analyzed as a way to beat this limitation. Therefore, the effects of the applying of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium on both the growth of C. Grandella have been evaluated in a Spanish cedar forest plantation located in Papantla Veracruz, Mexico. Periodic measurements of top and diameter development, and the opposite variables related to pest incidence, had been made over a yr.