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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Growth And Yield Performance Of Mungbeans (Vigna Radiata L.) Applied With Organic Fertilizer With Rhizobium Microbial Inoculants

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AUTHOR(S)

DG Brian A. Guayan, Kathleen Grace S. Paraguas, Denis A. Tan

 

KEYWORDS

Carbonized Rice Hull, Chicken Manure, Mud press

 

ABSTRACT

The Earth has been facing a lot of climate change lately due to global warming. This gives rise to being more innovative with our waste and start recycling and producing it into another substance that would also help us in terms of agriculture. Since there is also an ongoing pandemic that is happening it is also best to stay at our households and start practicing healthy living. This study assessed the effects of organic fertilizer made from chicken manure, carbonized rice hull and mud press with microbial inoculant on the growth and yield performance of the mungbeans. To determine what composition of organic fertilizer (OF) and garden soil (GS) would give a better or best growth and yield performance of mungbeans, treatments with varied proportions were tested with T0 (100% GS), T1 (25% OF + 75% GS), T2 (50% OF + 50% GS), T3 (75% OF + 25% GS) in plot beds with three replicates using Randomized Completed Random Block (RCBD) design. Results showed that T2 produced the highest plant height, most numbered leaves and branches. Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) test indicated a significant difference in the number of pods per plant between treatments but no significant difference in the number of seeds per pod and the weight of 1000-seeds. Post hoc test revealed that T2 produced best yield performance of mungbeans in terms of the number of pods per plant. This suggests that among the treatments of organic fertilizer, its suitable mixture with garden soil is 50%-50% giving a very high significant difference (p<0.000) of yield performance compared to the other treatments in the study.

 

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