#Spray Container #Two Containers labeled as “Plant A and Plant B” #Water #Mongo Seeds
#Fruit Peelings #Basin
#SOIL (Loam) #Strainer
-Gather all the fruit peelings.
-In a round pot, combine all the peelings and pour water.
-Let the water reach its boiling point until the peelings are soft and pale. -After boiling, slowly pour the extracted peelings into the strainer allowing the peelings separate from their extract. -After boiling, slowly pour the extracted peelings into the strainer allowing the peelings separate from their extract. -Let it stand for 3-5 minutes. Pour it into a spray container for ready to use. Review of Related Literature a) label the containers as Plant A and Plant B.
b)In Plant A, spray it with Fruit Fertilizer while in Plant B sprinkle it with water. c) Do this routine for two weeks with the help of water, sunlight and right care. d) In a day, rate each observation according to how fast these plants can grow using the Fruit Fertilizer.
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Introduction Methodology Outcome Fertilizer (or fertiliser) is any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is added to a soil to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants. Conservative estimates report 30 to 50% of crop yields are attributed to natural or synthetic commercial fertilizer. Organic fertilizers have been known to improve biodiversity (soil life) and long-term productivity of soil, and may prove a large depository for excess carbon dioxide. Organic nutrients increase the abundance of soil organisms by providing organic matter and micronutrients for organisms. Organic fertilizers are carbon based...
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