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Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Vol. 4, Issue 2 (2015)

Comparative effects of composted and uncomposted Organic wastes on Chickpea growth

Author(s):

Rabia Badar, Tahreem Zamir, Bisma Batool, Nida Yaseen, Maria Kaleem, Wajiha Mushtaque, Hina Khurshid, Harmain Khalid, Syeda Sadaf Altaf, Anum Hasan

Abstract:
Organic matter serves as a very significant source of plant nutrients. Intensively misused soils want an exterior resource of stabilized organic matter, such as compost, in order to counteract progressive soil organic matter deterioration. The present study demonstrated the effects of composted and uncomposted organic wastes on growth of chickpea plants. Peanut shells and saw dust were used as organic wastes as treatments at the rate of 10tons/ha. All treatments were promoted the physical and biochemical parameters of experimental plants. Composted organic materials enhanced more growth as compared to uncomposted materials. Organic soil amendments can improve soil fertility and plants growth.

Pages: 199-201  |  1557 Views  60 Downloads

How to cite this article:
Rabia Badar, Tahreem Zamir, Bisma Batool, Nida Yaseen, Maria Kaleem, Wajiha Mushtaque, Hina Khurshid, Harmain Khalid, Syeda Sadaf Altaf, Anum Hasan. Comparative effects of composted and uncomposted Organic wastes on Chickpea growth. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2015;4(2):199-201.