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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 8, Part J (2016)

Comparative study of plant growth in three different sample soils and inferring the positive potentials of vermicompost on the chilli plant

Author(s)
J Vasanthi, R Misithra, S Gomathi, NP Jasna, G Deepa, Rajalakshmi, Uvarani, Libiya Rose and Namratha Parthasarathy
Abstract
The selection of the plant chilli for study was done on certain economical considerations. Chilli is an important cash crop of India and is essentially grown for its pungent fruits. The chilli plant was grown and observed under control, vermicompost and urea. The main aim was to sort out the difference in growth in all the three segregated amendments. The height of plant, length of the leaves and number of leaves was higher in plants grown in vermicompost than the chemical fertilizer. The utilization of vermicompost may serve to be economical and easily affordable.
Pages: 668-671  |  1118 Views  12 Downloads
How to cite this article:
J Vasanthi, R Misithra, S Gomathi, NP Jasna, G Deepa, Rajalakshmi, Uvarani, Libiya Rose and Namratha Parthasarathy. Comparative study of plant growth in three different sample soils and inferring the positive potentials of vermicompost on the chilli plant. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(8): 668-671.
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