PRODUCTION OF BIOCOMPOST FROM AGROWASTE AND IDENTIFICATION OF ITS GROWTH PROMOTING ABILITY
Author(s):
Mohanapriya A, Manikandan V
Keywords:
Composting, waste, fertilizer, Pseudomonas sp., Phosphobacteria sp
Abstract
Composting is one of the natural process of decomposition of any type of organic matter by microorganisms. It may done by two different methods one is controlled conditions and another one is uncontrolled condition. Mostly crop waste, animal waste, food waste, municipal and industrial waste are mixed with soil in various forms. These waste materials are naturally decomposed by soil microbes like Pseudomonas sp., and Phosphobacteria sp.,. That decomposed materials are used as fertilizers and it enhance the soil fertility and yielding in our selected plant like tomato, brinjal and chilli. This type of organic materials may used as fertilizers it is alternative for chemical fertilizers. In this study, the compost material were produce better growth in the plants. It also induce the plant nutrient up taking, improves chemical and biological properties of the soil.
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Unique Paper ID: 152995

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 393 - 397
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