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SWEET POTATO (IPOMOEA BATATAS) AS SOIL ENHANCER

Submitted by:Submitted to:
Sean Rogers N. ReyesMr. Andrew Tenorio
Kyle Martin A. Villagen
Karl Harvie D. Villoso

Contents
Idea: Sweet Potato Peelings as Soil Enhancers3
Chapter 1- Introduction3
Background of the Study:3
Statement of the problem:3
Specific:3
Statement of the hypotheses:3
Main:3
Specific:3
Significance of the Study:4
Scope and Delimitation:4
Definition of Terms:4
Chapter 2- Review of Related Literature and Studies4
Related Literature:4
Related Studies:4
Chapter 3- Methodology4
Research Design:5
Variables:5
Materials and Equipment:5
Procedure:5
Flow Chart of Methodology:5

Idea: Sweet Potato (IPOMOEA BATATAS) as Soil Enhancers

Chapter 1- Introduction

Background of the Study:

Statement of the problem:
The research is generally aimed to determine the effect of sweet potato peelings as soil enhancer. Specific:
1. Is there a change in NPK (nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus) in the soil after applying 25, 50, and 75 grams of sweet potato after the interval of 3 days? 2. Is there a change in the soil ph in the soil’s color after applying 25, 50, and 75 grams of sweet potato after the interval of 3 days? 3. Is there a change in?

Statement of the hypotheses:
Main:
Ho: The Sweet Potato has no effect in the soil in any way.
Ha: The Sweet Potato will enhance the soil quality.

Specific:

1. Ho: The Sweet Potato has no effect in the soil’s NPK content. Ha: The Sweet Potato increases the soil’s NPK content.
2. Ho: The Sweet Potato has no effect in the soil’s ph. Ha: The Sweet Potato increases the soil’s ph level.
3. Ho: The sweet potato has no effect in the soil’s
Ha: The sweet potato increases the soil’s

Significance of the Study:
The Study...
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