RECYCLYING OF FARM AND OTHER PLANT RESIDUE AS MANURE ON FRENCH BEAN (PHASEOLUS VULGARIS) AS TEST CROPINDIRA SARANGTHEM, N. GOPIMOHAN AND R. K. KUMAMIT SINGH
A pot experiment on recycling farm waste (paddy straw) and plant residue (grass weeds) was carried out at research farm, College of Agrimdture, Central Agricultural University, Imphal during the winter season of 2001-2002 to study the response of French bean (phascolus nolgaris) on the decomposed organic matter with effect on growth and yield. Farm waste is enriched with micro-organisms (Aspergillus Triaiderma Virile, AzOlottatter) and Vermicast (Endrillits eugineae). The composting raw material (arm waste consists of paddy straw having 31.94 per cent carbon, 0.972 per cent nitrogen, 0.156 per cent total phosphate, cowdung withal) per cent nitrogen, 0.0 per cent P,O,, 0.05 percent K,0 and plant roidue grass weeds having 1.38 per cent nitrogen, 0.5 per cent Fp, and 068 per cent K..,0 respectively. The response on the growth and yield of French bean was recorded higher in the decomposed manure accelerated with Vermicast along with rock phosphate, AspergiBus 'tiger, and Am/ober/a, than that of Cellutolytic fungus (Tricoaerma Vired.), Rock phosphate, Aspergillus ;tiger and Anitobacler 1167.23 ho).
Enter your contact information below to receive full paper.