RESULTS AND DISCUSSIONS
“COCONUT HUSK and COGON GRASS INTO INTERLOCKING SOIL BLOCKS” Based on the results of our study, there is a significant difference of the quality of Cogon grass and Coconut husk is utilized into interlocking soil blocks. In the results we have gathered it shows that the Cogon grass is more acceptable to use in making soil blocks than Coconut husk. The result of the study shows that there is a significant difference in the color of the product made; the block made from Cogon grass is color green while the block made from Coconut husk is brown in color. Based on the research, it showed that the block made from Cogon grass is stronger than the block made from Coconut husk. In this research, it proved that both Cogon grass and Coconut husk can be used in making interlocking soil blocks.
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Summary of Findings
Making an interlocking soil block out of farm wastes like Coconut Husk and Cogon Grass is possible. It is possible to produce a block from these farm wastes just by having the right amount of materials that are being used and proper procedure. There are just significant differences between the two products made from the two materials. In making interlocking soil blocks, choosing from Coconut Husk and Cogon Grass the use of Cogon Grass is better in terms of strength and quality that the Coconut Husk.
* Based on the results there are significant difference of the quality of Cogon grass and Coconut husk when utilized into interlocking soil blocks. * The Cogon grass is the most acceptable to use in making soil blocks out of the other materials. * There is a difference on the color of the soil blocks that will be made from the two different main materials. * The block made from Cogon grass will be the strongest.
* Not all of the two main materials (Cogon grass, Coconut husk) is good for making interlocking soil blocks....
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