"Effect Of Organic Fertilizer On The Growth And Yield Of Pechay" Essays and Research Papers

  • Effect Of Organic Fertilizer On The Growth And Yield Of Pechay

    Chemical Fertilizers vs. Organic Fertilizers INTRODUCTION Agriculture is the most primitive occupation of the people which mainly needs land to grow different crops for food and as raw materials for different industries. Industrial use of agriculture for supplying raw materials came much later. Originally land was used for agriculture to supply food for human beings by the use of organic manures particularly animal dung. At the beginning land was used in its natural form to grow food. Land contains...

    Agriculture, Ammonia, Compost 1877  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effects of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer to the Growth of Mongo, Tomato, and Bell Pepper Seeds

    The Effects of Organic and Inorganic Fertilizer To the Growth of Mongo, Tomato, And Bell Pepper Seeds De La Salle Lipa Integrated School LS 210 School Year 2010-2011 Submitted by: Group 8 Moncada, Angelica Cabral, Lance Jeru Pena, Marlon Angelo Resurreccion, Ronald II Santiago, Romar Danielle TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgement ……………………………………………………… i Dedication ……………………………………………………………… ii Abstract ………………………………………………………………….. iii I. Introduction...

    Fertilizer, Humus, Manure 2054  Words | 7  Pages

  • Fertilizer

    completion for soil tech Fertilizer Intro Fertilizer (or fertiliser) is any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin that is added to a soil to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants. The history of Fertilizers started from the Management of soil fertility that has been the pre-occupation of farmers for thousands of years. The start of the modern science...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Compost 1043  Words | 4  Pages

  • Fertilizers in Organic Farming

    Before I go on about the use of fertilizers in organic farming, you must first understand what organic farming is. The simplest way to describe organic agriculture is agricultural production without the use of synthetic chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides, antibiotics, etc). For crop production, organic materials such as compost and manure are used to maintain soil organic matter and as sources of nutrients. Nitrogen-fixing as well as pest resistant plant varieties are utilized. The incorporation...

    Agriculture, Calcium, Codex Alimentarius 1146  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effects of Rhizobia in Plant Yield

    208500777 BIOLOGY 348 PRACTICAL 2: FACTORS AFFECTING PLANT YIELD: Fertilization and Rhizobium inoculation Abstract The study was to investigate the effect of inoculating pea and maize seedlings with rhizobium bacteria in terms of growth and yield. The seeds were grown under four types of treatments: rhizobium only, fertilizer only, rhizobium and fertilizer and negative control (no rhizobium and no fertilizer). The seeds were grown in a growth room and monitored for a period of 4 weeks. The results...

    Fabaceae, Nitrogen, Nitrogen fixation 1656  Words | 5  Pages

  • A Description of Fertilizers

    Fertilizer (or fertiliser) is any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is applied to soils or to plant tissues (usually leaves) 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.[1] Global market value is likely to rise to more than US$185 billion until 2019.[2] The European fertilizer market will grow...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Fertilizer 784  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Cow Dung Foliar Fertilizer on the Growth and Yield Performance of Pechay (Brassica Rapa L.)

    THE EFFECT OF COW DUNG FOLIAR FERTILIZER ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD PERFORMANCE OF PECHAY (Brassica Rapa L.) A Research Project for the Students of Applied Research III Evan Marri Jam LLAMES Antonio Precious Mae PASCASIO Bautista Razver Ace VERIDIANO Razon Ms. Liberata Capilos Teacher School Year 2010-2011 I. INTRODUCTION A. Significance of the Study Pechay (Brassica rapa L. cv group Pak Choi) is an erect, biennial herb, cultivated as an annual about 15-30 cm tall in vegetative...

    Feces, Fern, Fertilizer 3066  Words | 11  Pages

  • Fertilizer

    Determination of Phosphorus Content of Fertilizer: Skill Building Lab © 2011, Sharmaine S. Cady East Stroudsburg University Gravimetric Analysis Skills to build:     Using vacuum filtration Using a digital balance Using mass stoichiometry Doing a gravimetric analysis Fertilizer Scientists estimate that the earth's soil contains less than twenty percent of the necessary organic nutrients needed to meet our current food production. Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen used to synthesize...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Fertilizer 1304  Words | 5  Pages

  • Rice Farming: Utilizing Powergrow Organic Foliar Fertilizer

    PROJECT PROPOSAL ON PROFITABLE RICE FARMING A. 1. Project Title : Profitable Rice Organic Farming Innovative Technology for Agrarian Beneficiaries Livelihood Enhancement (PROFITABLE RICE FARMING) 2. Proponent Organization : Iraan Farmers Association Sitio Communal MPC Triple Ventures MPC Rizal Farmers MPC Aborlan Water Service Cooperative 3. Project Location : DAR-ADB ARCP Sites 1. Iraan Isaub ARC: Bgys. Iraan, Isaub, Plaridel,Aborlan; 2. Plaridel Jose Rizal ARC: Bgys...

    Agriculture, Fertilizer, Green manure 1002  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Potential of Young Mango Peelings as Organic Fertilizer to Tomato Plants.

    peelings as organic fertilizer. This part discusses the introduction about this study. Background of the Study Nowadays, different commercial fertilizers are being sold in different stores throughout the country but some of these fertilizers cause a lot of side effects to the plant wherein it is being applied. When the fruits of that certain plant will be eaten by people, some bad effects might occur. That is the reason of making this study to produce an organic fertilizer which will...

    Annual plant, Fertilizer, Fruit 1618  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Does Organic Fertilizer Affect the Height of a Tomato Plant (in Writing Process)

    MISB The Effect of Organic Fertilizer to The Height of A Tomato Plant Submitted by: Davina Jeihan Zafira Rania Arabella Rayinda Putri Maheswari Sanaiskara In partial fulfillment of the Subject Combined Science 7 Wednesday May 1, 2013   Statement of The Problem Problem: The Effect of Organic Fertilizer to The Height of A Tomato Plant Hypothesis: Organic fertilizer enables a tomato plant to grow taller in a short amount of time. Materials: 1. 2 tomato plants...

    Annual plant, Fertilizer, Fruit 1134  Words | 4  Pages

  • Population Density of Major Insect Pest as Influenced by Spatial Arrangement in Pechay

    by spatial arrangement in pechay by ABSTRACT Spatial arrangement in pechay production could be used as an strategic pest management. Three different spacing were used to determine the effects of spatial arrangement in the population density of pechay. The spacing were 2.5 x 5 in, 3.5 x 5 in and 5 x 5 in per plant. Collections of insect pests were done starting five days after transplanting and continued every three days until harvest. Damage rating and yield were also measured. The spacing...

    Agriculture, Ant, Aphid 1564  Words | 6  Pages

  • Biology EEI Effect of Inorganic and Organic Fertilisers on Yield and Growth of Tomatoes

    Biology EEI Effect of Inorganic and Organic Fertilisers on Yield and Growth of Tomatoes By Yash Teacher: Mrs. Elphick TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract................................................................................3 Introduction..........................................................................4 Materials and Methods.........................................................6 Contents of fertilisers...........................................................6 Procedure.......

    Fertilizer, Fruit, Manure 4771  Words | 31  Pages

  • Pechay

    Rizal Effects of Different Colors of Cellophane in Pechay Plant (Brassica Rapa Linn.) Researchers: Ma. Rufina Angeles B. Igat Deciel Ann Lois H. Jacobe Christine Anne V. Mones Crystal Judy C. Sabado Alexander L. Divino Jr. Christopher A. Agno Jennilyn G. Dacut Mark C. Hidalgo Patrick Revilla Research Adviser: Mr. Jayson A. Peñafiel In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Science and Technology IV (Physics) October 3, 2011 Effects of Different...

    Brassica, Brassica rapa, Cabbage 1852  Words | 9  Pages

  • organic farming

    Cemetery Soil as an Alternative Fertilizer In partial fulfillment Of Science 8: BIOLOGY S.Y 2012-2013 Researchers: Sharmaine Morgia Raven Tolero Noreen Franco Jhayvee Cagalitan Francis Jhon Gorumba Francis Kevin Ramirez Marc Victor Villotes Grade 8-Seton Submitted to: MS.RONALYN B. PACALDO Biology Teacher Chapter I Introduction Rationale Abstract: This investigatory project was conducted to test the affectivity of organic and synthetic fertilizers when apply on okra plant. It also...

    Ammonia, Fertilizer, Manure 1391  Words | 7  Pages

  • Organic Farming

    Mrs. Mercer Hon. English 1 13 February 2012 Organic Farming “Pesticide residues have been ranked among the top three environmental cancer risks by the American government” (Cleeton). This startling statistic fuels some of the arguments between organic farming and conventional farming. Although organic products cost more, they have many benefits to humans and rural societies. Organic farming is better than conventional farming because of the benefits to the natural environment, the methods...

    Agriculture, Genetically modified organism, Green manure 1601  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pechay Outline

    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...

    Agriculture, Highways in Slovakia, Jaguar Racing 468  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effects of Human Urine on the Growth of Indian Tree

    through agriculture. Throughout the years, a lot of fertilizers were improvised, mostly for the comfort of the Filipino farmers. Human urine, for example, is a well-balanced nitrogen-rich quick-reacting liquid fertilizer. It contains nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus and other nutrients depending on the diet. The health risks associated with use of human urine in plant production are generally low, that is why it’s an adequate plant fertilizer. On another note, Indian tree (Polyalthia longifolia)...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Fertilizer 1999  Words | 6  Pages

  • Manures & Fertilizer

    Manures The deficiency of plant nutrients and organic matter in the soil is made up by adding manures and fertilizers to the soil of crop-fields. Both manures and fertilizers are major sources of nutrients of plants, so they are used in crop production. Besides water CO2 and sunlight plants required no. of elements for their growth. These elements are known as nutrient. Plants get their elements from the salt of these elements present in the soil. But after repeated cultivation of plants soil become...

    Agriculture, Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate 1765  Words | 6  Pages

  • Organic Foods

    Are Organic Foods All They Are Hyped Up To Be: An Overview Of The Organic Food Industry Today, with cancer and obesity cases increasing quickly, people are turning their attention to the foods they are consuming. Such diets as the vegan, vegetarian, lacto-vegetarian, paleo, raw, and locavore are becoming more and more popular. The one thing these diets all have in common is the belief that organic foods are better than conventional foods. Similar to conventional foods, organic foods contain chemicals...

    Food industry, Food processing, Genetically modified organism 1601  Words | 5  Pages

  • Inidian Fertilizer Industry

    OVERVIEW Fertilizer Industry The Indian Fertilizer Industry dated back to 1906 and starting then it began to emerge as the world’s most efficient fertilizer industry in terms of capacity utilisation, energy consumption, and adherence to environmental standards. The industry underwent a massive growth on the 1970s to 90s becoming the third largest manufacturer and consumer of fertilizers, following USA and China. India contributed to 11.4% and 11.9% to total world production and consumption...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Fertilizer 1474  Words | 6  Pages

  • Utilization of Biodegradable Kitchen Wastes Into Organic Fertilizer Using Earthworms

    Utilization of Biodegradable Kitchen Wastes into Organic Fertilizer Using Earthworms * Abstract One of the effective means to at least lessen the occurrence of our present garbage disposal problem is through the use of methods that are non-toxic, less expensive, less-harmful, and yet equally effective. This project aims to provide for a natural and effective way of disposing garbage. During the experiment, kitchen wastes were collected. The materials were shredded and placed in garbage bags...

    Earthworm, Fertilizer, Lumbricidae 1239  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effect of Plant Densities and Phosphorus Levels on the Growth and Yield of Vegetable Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata L.) Var. Arka Garima

    Effect of plant densities and phosphorus levels on the growth and yield of vegetable cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) var. Arka Garima K. RAVI KUMAR1 AND V. SUDHA VANI2 Department of Horticulture, College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem-534 101, Andhra Pradesh, India. E-mail : ravikuna4u@gmail.com ABSTRACT A field experiment was conducted at College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem to study the effect of plant density and phosphorus levels on the growth and yield of vegetable cowpea...

    Bean, Fruit, Nitrogen 3007  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effects of Cowdung and Poultry Manure on Growth and Yield of Cashew

    Growth, yield and NPK uptake by maize with complementary organic and inorganic fertilizerINTRODUCTION The ever-increasing population of many countries of the world has necessitated the development of intensive agriculture technologies to sustain food yield. Soil fertility maintenance is essential in achieving and maintaining high crop yields over a period of time. Fertilizer application has usually been the major means of supplying plant nutrients. Use of mineral fertilizers has proven to be...

    Fertilizer, Humus, Leaf 3991  Words | 14  Pages

  • Organic Food

    the market everyone experiences the same thought: “Organic or regular?” If one does decide to go organic, a few things come to mind: Is organic worth the price? How do I know if it really is organic? Why should I buy the organic five-dollar raspberries, while the normal raspberries are only two dollars? These are thoughts that strike every one's minds while shopping at their local super market. The majority of people would turn away from organic products due to the price. Not only is the price a...

    Agriculture, EU-Eco-regulation, Genetically modified organism 2101  Words | 6  Pages

  • EFFECTS OF VERMICAST AND CHICKEN DUNG MIXED WITH VERMICAST AS ORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF STRING BEANS IN LILOY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DURING THE MONTHS OF JULY-OCTOBER 2013

    EFFECTS OF VERMICAST AND CHICKEN DUNG MIXED WITH VERMICAST AS ORGANIC FERTILIZERS ON THE GROWTH AND YIELD OF STRING BEANS IN LILOY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL DURING THE MONTHS OF JULY-OCTOBER 2013 A Research Paper Presented To Dr. Leah A. Gumela Liloy National High School Liloy, Zamboanga del Norte In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements in Research II By Group 6 Zennia Mae S. Ramirez Christine Ann L. Villarin Eusebio P. Gamil jr. Glomark O. Pahignalo ...

    Common bean, Compost, Fertilizer 4888  Words | 19  Pages

  • The Effect of Different Colored Light on Plant Growth

    The Effect of Different Colored Light on Plant Growth Results I measured each plant on days 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 20, and 32, after planting. The plants under the green cellophane grew the most in every measurement. The biggest growth spurt for the plants under the green cellophane was from day seven to day nine. By day 13, the plants under the purple and red cellophane started to grow at similar rates as compared with those under the green cellophane. By day 32, the plants underneath the green...

    Cellophane, Cellulose, Color 1185  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effects of Organic and Synthetic Fertilizers on Okra Plant (Abelmoschus Esculentus)

    test the effectivity of organic and synthetic fertilizers when apply on okra plant. It also aims to test whether, which is better to use between the two fertilizers. In order to conduct the study, we have used okra seeds, polyethylene bag, and dried leaves as organic fertilizer, synthetic fertilizer, synthetic fertilizer, and natural soil. We have planted each polyethylene bag with 3 seeds of okra, labeled it as Setup A (Organic fertilizer), Setup B (Synthetic Fertilizer), And Setup C (Control Experiment)...

    Chemistry, Fertilizer, Manure 2511  Words | 9  Pages

  • Organic Brochure

    Information”, USDA’s National Organic Program, http://www.ams.usda.gov/nop/ Consumers/ Consumerhome.html 3.Peter Singer, “Animal Liberation”, pp.147-150. 4.B. P. Baker; C. M. Benbrook; E. Groth; K. Lutz Benbrook. 2002. Pesticide residues in conventional, integrated pest management (IPM)-grown and organic foods: insights from three US data sets. Fair Trade coffee farms, certified by TransFair USA, are required to ensure that the coffee was grown using sustainable methods (such as organic farming) and that farmers...

    Agriculture, National Organic Program, Organic certification 874  Words | 2  Pages

  • Organic

    Organic foods are defined as foods without pesticides, antibiotics,or gefetically altered organisms. Organic farming began in the late 1940’s in the united states, and in recents years it has grown into a multi-billion dollaer industry. Sales for organis foods in the past decade have increased annually by 20%. Its 20% growth is ten times as much as non-organic food’s growth. Organic food makes up only a fraction of the food market even though there are over ten million consumers. The sales of organic...

    Agriculture, Genetically modified organism, Nutrition 874  Words | 3  Pages

  • Comparison of Fertilizers on Plant Growth

    STATE HIGH SCHOOL | Comparison of fertilizers on plant growth | | | Year 11 Biology Year 11 Biology Abstract An investigation was carried out to compare the effect between inorganic and organic fertilizers on plant growth. Tomato seedlings were used, which were divided into 3 groups - the inorganic fertilizer group, the organic fertilizer group and the control group. Besides using different fertilizers, all of the seedlings were planted in the same condition. The result...

    Fertilizer, Manure, Nitrogen 4455  Words | 12  Pages

  • Organic Farming

    Mary Sears Taylor ENG 1120 Blair Date Sustainable Agriculture: The Switch from Industrial to Organic P1: Agriculture is the most important user of environmental resources and plays a crucial role in the economy, human health, and production of food and fiber. Currently the debate over agriculture is how to feed the world’s growing population, but in a non-damaging process. Agriculture needs a change resulting in sustainability, but the debate begins with how to achieve sustainability in agriculture...

    Agriculture, Biodiversity, Crop rotation 1992  Words | 6  Pages

  • Dried Papaya Leaves as Organic Mulch for Tomato Plants

    Dried Papaya Leaves as Organic Mulch for Tomato Plants Abstract Mulching in agricultural provides a safe yet equally profitable method of enriching and fertilizing the soil planted with crops. Most often-used mulches are of organic composition, such as dry leaves and barks. Unlike synthetic fertilizers and herbicides, these organic mulches pose no or little damage to the soil and crops. In this study, the effectiveness of dried papaya leaves as organic mulch for tomato was tested. Papaya mulches...

    Agriculture, Annual plant, Fertilizer 2029  Words | 7  Pages

  • Conventional vs Organic

    Conventional Farming V.S. Organic Farming Organic farming had not played a role in the market in the previous years, yet today it is common in grocery stores around the country. Organic farming refers to the way farmers grow and process agricultural products, such as fruits, vegetables, grains, dairy products and meat. Organic farming is also constantly referred to as healthy, smart, beneficial, and ecofriendly but these are words used in advertisement ploys ran by large organic corporations. For centuries...

    Agriculture, Genetically modified organism, National Organic Program 1969  Words | 5  Pages

  • Is Organic Food Good for You

    What is organic food? • (1) Organic food is food which has been produced to standards designed to keep the production more 'natural'. Fewer, if any, chemicals are used and most pesticides are banned - when they are used they are very carefully controlled. • (2)Organic food costs more then non-Organic food. This is not always the case but on average organic farmers generally charge more for their produce because: o Many organic farming practices take a bit longer and produce lower yields o It...

    Agriculture, Food, Nutrition 1525  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chemical Fertilizers vs Organic Fertilizers

    Types Organic fertilizers are made from naturally occurring substances, and include by-products or waste remains of the animals. Dead plants and dead animal remains are also often used as fertilizers in organic farming. They are naturally chemical-rich and contain high amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK). The main difference between a chemical and an organic fertilizer is that the former come out of a lab and the organic one comes from living beings. A chemical fertilizer is synthetically...

    Fertilizer, Guano, Manure 610  Words | 2  Pages

  • Pesticides & Organic Farming

    Pesticides & Organic Farming A number of agricultural executives presume that organic farming can increase the world food supply, radically reduce the harm growing foods is causing our environment, and create a healthier standard in which people eat. In recent years, the way in which we live and the studies that have been done on our environment have drastically changed the way in which traditional farming has been done in the past. Organic farming studies have shown that it increases healthy...

    Agriculture, Agroecology, Food 942  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect Of Population Growth

    is the largest increasing factor in our world. This factor is the cause of many events in our world. Poverty hunger and war are just some of the immediate effects of increasing population. Among these extreme causes the less immediate events will be seen with air pollution, land degradation, which is the effect that’ll have the longest term effect on the world. But how can these events are avoided? Is there any hope of stopping this from occurring any further? The largest, most identified reason for...

    Air pollution, Global warming, National Ambient Air Quality Standards 2189  Words | 6  Pages

  • Organic vs Conventional Farming

    Organic Farming versus Conventional Farming With the increase in concern about the dangers of the foods we consume, the demand for organic food has increased at an alarming rate. Conventional farming has been around for more than 100 centuries, and it is one of the most prosperous industries in the world. Organic farming on the other hand dates back to the 20th century. Sir Albert Howard is considered by many to be the pioneer of the organic movement (Heckman). Although some concepts of organic...

    Agriculture, Manure, National Organic Program 1225  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chemistry of Organic and Synthetic Fertilizers

    WHAT ARE FERTILIZERS? Fertilizers are any organic or inorganic material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that are added to a soil to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants. A recent assessment found that about 40% to 60% of crop yields are attributable to commercial fertilizer use. PLANT NUTRIENTS All plants require nutrients to survive and grow. Plants take nutrients from the air, the soil, and the water. Nutrients are colourless gases...

    Ammonia, Fertilizer, Nitrogen 7717  Words | 22  Pages

  • Advantages and Disadvantages of Organic Farming in the Pacific

    Title: What are the advantages and disadvantages of organic farming to the Pacific Community? C: Organic Farming L: Pacific Community/Benefits D: What INTRODUCTION Context: Agriculture/Environment Subject: Organic Farming Limited Subject: Pacific Community/Benefits Issue: What are the advantages and disadvantages of organic farming to the Pacific Community? Thesis Statement: This essay will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of organic farming to the Pacific Community in terms of growers...

    Agriculture, Compost, Crop rotation 1533  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effects of Population Growth in the Philippines

    Chapter 1 I. Introduction Chuchucuhcuh. According to the NSO or National Statistics Office in the Philippines, the population growth as of 2013 is ninety eight million seven hundred thirty four thousand seven hundred ninety eight or 98,734,798 in numbers. It is said that the rate of the population of the Philippines is rapidly growing. Chuchcuchuchu we must know the shape of things to come, this days our country is in the state of growing population which eventuaaly leads to several environmental...

    Demography, Overpopulation, Philippines 1951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Organic Food

    Ever wondered why organic foods are more expensive? Why organic foods are kept separately from the other food in a grocery store? Why some produce has special labels? The food all looks the same on the outside. An apple marked organic looks the same as any other apple in the produce section of the store. The difference is not the outward appearance but how the apple was grown and processed. The word organic gives the impression that the food will be safer and more nutritious to eat than food without...

    Agriculture, Genetically modified organism, National Organic Program 1560  Words | 5  Pages

  • Organic vs. Conventional Foods

    Organic VS. Conventional    Alexis Dossey  Environmental Science 1A      For years, there has been  a debate on how food is grown. Should it be organic or conventionally   grown?  To  answer  this  question,  the  difference  between  the  two  needs  to   be  known.  Organic  produce  is  grown  without  chemical  fertilizers  and  pesticides.  Organic  livestock   is  free  ranged,  most  of  the  time,  with  no  added  antibiotics  or  growth hormones.  Conventionally grown produce  is  usually ...

    Agriculture, Compost, Genetically modified organism 913  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effects of Water Solutions in Plant Growth

    EFFECTS OF WATER SOLUTIONS IN PLANT GROWTH CHAPTER I Introduction Plants are affected by different substances that come into contact with them. These effects may be good or bad. There are certain substances such as fertilizers, which have a positive effect on the growth of certain plants, more specifically pechay (Brassica rapa variety chinensis). Pechay is commonly used in cooking in Filipino households. It requires little attention as it is a very hardy plant. It is rich in vitamins A,...

    Bean, Drinking water, Nutrient 3582  Words | 11  Pages

  • Effects of plant growth

     Investigating the Effects of Plant growth within Abstract This experiment was conducted to determine whether or not those plants can grow in low fertilized, less sun light and the control group. Each group had there own task of making sure that the plants were always water, each plant had the same amount of light on them. When the plants started to evolve each individual plant was measured of the height. Most of the plants grew faster than others but over the period the plants that grew...

    Chlorophyll, Fruit, Photosynthesis 1143  Words | 9  Pages

  • Organic Food

    (Supporting organic farming and foods) 2 http://afsic.nal.usda.gov/nal_display/index.php?info_center=2&tax_level=1&tax_subject=296 (USDA organic website) 3 http://www.organic.org/education (Supporting organic) Step 2 Evaluate sources: 1. The advantages of organic food, you are what you eat: An article about organic food and diseases in non-organic food 2. Organic production: The definition, USDA programs, Standards and Certifications 3. 10 reasons to support organic in the...

    Agriculture, Bovine somatotropin, Dairy farming 829  Words | 3  Pages

  • Population Growth

    Population Growth 5 Problem and solution essay. Have you ever thought what will happen with us in our nearest future? Is there will be better life than today? When I first saw headlines such as “Better life is coming” or “Future without problems, it’s true”, I was tempted to answer, “Yes”. However, these facts aren’t so widely reported in the newspaper and television. But the nearest future, in fact, is not as fluffy as it seems to be. Moreover, there will more global problems than we have. The...

    Biotechnology, Famine, Food 1017  Words | 3  Pages

  • Sources of Organic Fertilizers and Amendment

    Sources of Organic Fertilizers and Amendment Abstract: Fertilizer is one of the most important things for agriculture & crop production. But here we go to discuss about the sources of organic fertilizers. Here we try to inform about different types of organic fertilizer and sources. We also like to discuss here about different structures and functions of organic fertilizer and soil amendment. We show a guide line; by that our farmer can improve production system through organic fertilizers. Introduction...

    Ammonia, Ammonium nitrate, Fertilizer 4466  Words | 17  Pages

  • Effect of Plant Spacing and Nitrogen on Potato Growth and Yield

    elements for proper growth and function. It is a gross feeder and exploiting greater volume of soil nutrients including nitrogen, phosphorous, potassium and water. Potato production has become very important in Rwanda in terms of land cropped and income generated to the potato farmers. Despite this importance, the production of potato is still low comparatively to the potential of the crop and the region. The potatoes are grown with the same spacing and the same N fertilizer application rates around...

    Fertilizer, Interaction, Plant morphology 45471  Words | 135  Pages

  • Earthworm Castings as Growth Medium for Chinese Cabbage (Brassica Rapa Pekinensis)

    ABSTRACT The main purpose of this experimental study is to find out what proportion of earthworm casting will yield the best. It also aims to determine whether earthworm casting is a better planting medium than garden soil. Five set-ups were prepared including one control, with the same amount of water given and exposure to sunlight and temperature. However, they differ in the proportion of earthworm casting in every pot. The earthworm casting and garden soil were weighed and then thoroughly mixed...

    Brassica, Cabbage, Chinese cabbage 1813  Words | 6  Pages

  • Organic Growth Walmart

    Organic Growth at Walmart The latest trend or “craze” per say of the twenty first century has been that of organic foods. The U.S market for organic food at one time was growing at a pace of 20% per year, which is significantly greater as compared to the 3-4% of the food sector as a whole. This undeniable growing demand in organic foods caught the attention of Douglas Degn, an executive vice president of the wildly popular organization, Wal-Mart. With the demand of organic products often outstripping...

    Genetically modified organism, Organic certification, Organic farming 1003  Words | 3  Pages

  • Paggamit Ng Datos

    find a material which is a possible growth booster to a locally available crop. The researchers come up with the idea of using pechay as the subject of the research. A material which is normally available in the marketplace like Lactobacillus casei contained in Yakult is used in this research to see if it is a probable growth booster. Since it is organic, it can also be considered as soil enhancer. This kind of system helps in minimizing the use inorganic fertilizers. The researchers believed that with...

    Agriculture, Cultivation, Fertilizer 888  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Caffeine on Plant Growth

    Effec | Effect of caffeine on plant growth | Description This science fair project was performed to find out the effect on plant growth of adding caffeine to the soil. The experiment was done by using mung bean plants and watering them daily with water, water mixed with caffeine and with a coffee mixture. Hypothesis The mung beans watered using the coffee mixture will grow the fastest. Overview Caffeine and plant growth The effect of adding caffeine to the soil and its effect on plant...

    Bean, Caffeine, Fern 826  Words | 4  Pages

  • Is Organic Food Better?

    Williams ENG 226 DL3 Is Organic Food Better? There have been many different food trends over the years. We have been told about eating low fat diets, zero carb diets, and now organic. If you are like many others, there is a good chance that you have heard that organic foods are healthier to eat. They contain more vitamins, minerals, enzymes and taste than engineered produce do. Organic foods are also free from insecticides, pesticides, growth hormones, antibiotics, fertilizers and a whole host of other...

    Agriculture, Agroecology, Genetically modified organism 1740  Words | 5  Pages

  • Proposal for Organic Fertilizer Project

    FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR ORGANIC GROWERS PROJECT (OGP) Promoters: Propaland worldwide ltd http://propalandworldwide.anazana.com/ Address:p.o box 664-60200-meru Kenya Phone:+254721470951 Fax:0773003329 e-mail:mbayasnik@yahoo.com   January 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Executive Summary 2 Project Brief 5 Project Description 6 Situational Analysis 8 Market Analysis ...

    Agriculture, Compost, Crop yield 4259  Words | 21  Pages

  • copound effect of CRH as organic fertilizer on rice and control of golden apple snail

    use but also for export. CRH is one of the organic materials that is fundamentally important in that they supply various kinds of plant nutrients including micronutrients, improve soil physical and chemical properties and hence nutrient holding and buffering capacity, and consequently enhance microbial activities and pest control agent. The present study attempts to know more about effect of other organic fertilizers on rice. Other organic fertilizers on rice had already been studied Chau and Heong(...

    Cereal, Fertilizer, Humus 4874  Words | 36  Pages

  • Bio Fertilizers

    and promotes growth by increasing the supply or availability of primary nutrients to the host plant.[1] Biofertilizers add nutrients through the natural processes of Nitrogen fixation , solubilizing phosphorus, and stimulating plant growth through the synthesis of growth promoting substances. Biofertilizers can be expected to reduce the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. The microorganisms in biofertilizers restore the soil's natural nutrient cycle and build soil organic matter. Through...

    Azeotrope, Distillation, Ethanol 1177  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effect of Agriculture on Our Environment

    Effects of Agriculture on the Environment Introduction: Agriculture has changed dramatically, especially since the end of World War II. Food and fibre productivity rose due to new technologies, mechanization, increased chemical use, specialization and government policies that favoured maximizing production. These changes allowed fewer farmers with reduced labour demands to produce the majority of the food and fibre. Humans, like all other species, exploit their surroundings for the resources...

    Agriculture, Ecosystem, Erosion 2096  Words | 6  Pages

  • Organic Foods

    Organic Foods: The All Around Healthier Alternative Organic foods are becoming more available in all types of stores where food is sold. Nowadays, instead of scouring many stores looking for organic foods, they have become available for purchase in everyday shopping locations such as Vons, Ralphs, as well as Target and Wal-Mart. With most of the population being consumed with healthier eating and fitness, eating organic foods is a step people make in bettering oneself. Additionally, it is essential...

    Agriculture, EU-Eco-regulation, Genetically modified organism 1424  Words | 6  Pages

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