Pechay Outline

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Approval Sheet
Acknowledgement
Dedication
Table of Contents
List of tables and Figures
Abstract

Chapter
INTRODUCTION
A. Importance of Study
Pechay is a common vegetable in the Philippines. It is mainly used as a dish and food for the animals. The importance of this study is to find a cheaper and better way of growing pechay based on the natural way of farming, organic farming. B. Objective of Study

To find a better, cheaper way of growing pechay through the usage of fermented plant juice. C. Time and Place of Study
The location of the thesis is at the Isabela State university Roxas campus old site. Beside the gymnasium. D. Definition of Terms

REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
MATERIALS AND METHOD
A. Materials

B. Method
1. Securing the seeds

2. Locating the experimental area
The location of the thesis is at the Isabela State University Roxas campus old site, beside the gymnasium. The soil was clay but a few sacks of loam soil was added for the better of the pechay growth. 3. Land Preparation

We removed the weeds and other unnecessary plants, we plowed the soil then lastly we arranged the soil into beds. 4. Seedbed Preparation and Sowing of Seeds
The seeds where planted in a seedling tray. We watered the seeds every day until its ready to be transplanted. 5. Laying out the experimental Area

7m
7m
R3
T3

R3
T3

R2
T4
R2
T4
R1
T2

R1
T2

R4
T1
R4
T1
R4
T2
R4
T2
R4
T4
R4
T4

1mMM
1mMM
5m

5m

R4
T3
R4
T3
R3
T4
R3
T4
R1
T1
R1
T1
R2
T2
R2
T2
R2
T1
R2
T1
R2
T3
R2
T3
R3
T1
R3
T1
R3
T2
R3
T2
R1
T3
R1
T3
R1
T4
R1
T4

1.5m
1.5m

6. Transplanting
The Transplanting date was January 11, 2012. 10 days after planting it to the seedling tray. 7. Application of Fermented Plant Juice
The 2nd treatment has a dosage of 2 tbsp/liter. The 3rd treatment is 3tbsp/liter and the 4th treatment is 4 tbsp/liter. All are sprayed every ten days 10, 20, 30 days after tranplanting 8. Watering and Replanting of Missing hills

9. Cultivation

10. Insect Pest and Disease control
The pechay were sprayed with ___________ to remove the insects. 11. Data gathered
12. Harvesting
13. Statistical analysis
OBSERVATION AND DISCUSSION OF RESULTS
A. Observations
1. General Appearance and Vigour of plants
2. Presence of Pests and Diseases
B. Discussion of Results
1. Average Plant Height at 10, 20, 30 days after transplanting. 2. Total fresh weight of Marketable plants in gram.
3. Computed Yield per treatment
4. Costs and Return Analysis
SUMMARY, CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
A. Summary and Conclusion
B. Recommendation
LITERATURE CITED
ILLUSTRATION
PICTORIALS
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