Production and Formulation Development of Soil based from Agricultural Waste material for Distribution , Case study of Housewife Group’s Nongtad subdistrics ,Maungburiram Districs ,Buririam Province.

  • ครุปกรณ์ ละเอียดอ่อน Sub-Department of general science, Faculty of Education, Rajjabhat Buriram University
Keywords: Soil based, Agricultural waste materials, Chinese Cabbage, Leonardite

Abstract

This research aims to study the production and formulation of soil base from agricultural waste of  housewife group Nongtad, Buririam district.  By the start of the production of compost from agricultural waste  And mixed with other materials such as burning husk sludge , coconut husk , filter cake and leonardite are posted. After testing the effectiveness of soil base effect the growth of Chinese cabbage by do the experiment in the pot , lay plans experience like  to Complete Randomized Design : (CRD) , five replication.  The treatment was  ratio of soil containing  use to mix between the compost fertilize, burning husk sludge, Coconut husk, filter cake and leonardite soil base treatments at 10 ratio 4:1:1:1  treatment at 9 ratio 3:1:1:1 and treatment at 8 ratio 2:1:1:1 of  by volume meet that , tend make the progress of Chinese Cabbage in height side , the wideness of , the amount is , length of , fresh weight and dry more than other process because soil based formula grows that have the fertility of the nutrient more than other formula.  Because  formulated soil base with plenty of nutrients than other formulas and treatment at  the first control unit  was the soil-base where the trees sold in the store generally. Chinese cabbage makes a minimal growth

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Published
2019-12-28
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ละเอียดอ่อนค. (2019). Production and Formulation Development of Soil based from Agricultural Waste material for Distribution , Case study of Housewife Group’s Nongtad subdistrics ,Maungburiram Districs ,Buririam Province. Journal of Agricultural Research and Extension, 36(3), 66-77. Retrieved from https://li01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/MJUJN/article/view/232957