The Effectiveness of Prepared Bio-Organic Fertilizer Made from Rotten Sweet Potatoes (Ipomoea Batatas) Compared to Commercial Chemical Fertilizer

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MALAYAN HIGH SCHOOL OF SCIENCE

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF PREPARED BIO-ORGANIC FERTILIZER FROM ROTTEN SWEET POTATOES (Ipomoea batatas) COMPARED TO COMMERCIAL CHEMICAL FERTILIZER

A Research Paper
Presented to the Faculty of Malayan High School of Science

In Partial Fulfillment of the Course Requirements
Natural Science Research II (Methods of Research)

AGNES, Jade Ania C.

CELIZ, Lia Lex Bijoux B.

EALA, Ma. Regina Fidelis D.

FELIPE, Jonathan B.

LOPEZ, Kathryna Marie M.

MAGANA, Jonina Mae A.

MOJICA, Isabelle Kezia D.

SULPICO, Aian Krystal Gayle G.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

* The researchers would like to thank Mr. Jonathan Carpio for wholeheartedly guiding us through our research, from its formulation, the experimentation process, to the completion of the whole research, along with its paper. For all the times we got confused and lost, he was always there to advise us and help us return to the right path. * We would also like to thank Mrs. Jocelyn Antiporda for her willingness to be our research adviser, and also, for giving her insights on the concept of our whole research. * The research team would like to thank Aian Sulpico, Isabelle Mojica, Jonina Magana, Kathryna Lopez, Jonathan Felipe, Jade Agnes, and Mr. Godfrey Pogoy for providing the materials that were needed in order for our research and its experimentation process to take place. * We would also like to thank Maria Eala and Lia Celiz for spearheading the execution of all the methods and processes needed during the experimentation period, and contributing greatly by providing the much-needed data, computations, insights, information, and observations, for the completion of the whole research paper. * And last but not the least, we are very grateful for the Lord Almighty for giving us the wisdom and strength to continue this whole research, and for answering all our prayers as a group, especially when we all faced challenges and trials. We are very glad we turned to Him during these times.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1 (Introduction)…...………………………………………………………… pp. 1 – 4 . I. Background of the Study.................................................................................... 1
II. Statement of the Problem................................................................................... 3 III. Significance of the Study................................................................................. 4

IV. Scope and Limitations...................................................................................... 4

Chapter 2 (Review of Related Literature)………………………………………...… pp. 5 – 12
I. Review of Related Literature....................................................................... pp. 5 – 10
II. Sources........................................................................................................ pp. 10 - 12

Chapter 3 (Methodology)……………………………………………………..……… pp. 13 - 15
I. Materials.............................................................................................................. 13
II. Methods............................................................................................................. 14
III. Flowchart.......................................................................................................... 15

Chapter 3 (Revised) ………………………………………………………………….. pp. 16 - 18 I. Materials.............................................................................................................. 16
II. Methods............................................................................................................. 17

Chapter 4 (Results & Discussion)…………………………………………………… pp. 19 - 28

Chapter 5 (Conclusion & Recommendation)..……………………………………… pp. 29 - 31

Appendix...…………………………………………………………………………….. p. 32

Bibliography…………………………………………………………………………... pp. 33 - 35

CHAPTER 1
Introduction
Background...
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