BIO-CONVERSION OF SHELL WASTEAND SEAWEED EXTRACTINTO COMPOST PREPARATION AND ITS PLANT DEVELOPMENTIlakkiya V., D.R. Dhanalakshmi, V. Kaviya, N. Hemalatha and Sr. Jennifer
Bio-composts are minimal expense, biodegradable manures, which are being utilized to work on the qualityand ripeness of the dirt. They are utilized as an option for chemical composts. Lately, bio-energizers, forexample algal extracts, have a ton of consideration in the last rot since it goes about as manufactured itemsthat is competent to invigorate plant development, stress obstruction and increment yield, subsequentlybeing Integrated agriculture system. Marine debris contains proteins, carbohydrates and raw materialswhich give supplement to the top soil. In the present work comparative study on shell waste and seaweedextract mixed with vermi compost were used as nutritional enhancements to plants. A plastic potarrangement with mud was utilized to decide the impacts and effectiveness level of vermi-manure on thedevelopment and yields of coriander. This study was directed through impact of expanding grouping ofvermi-fertilizer (P0 = control (Vermi manure), P1= shell waste+ vermin manure, P2=seaweed extract +vermin fertilizer) in target plant development. The acquired outcomes from the current exploration showedthat vermi-manure + seaweed extract had essentially further developing impacts on better developmentand advancement of plant contrasted with control and shell waste. Consequently, it might be proposedthat treated plants, with this vermi-fertilizer and seaweed extract expanded the development, yield and theabove biochemical compositions and also pH of the mud. In conclusion, this study exhibits the significanceof seaweed extract to increase growth and quality of coriander plants.