Banana Used as Fertilizer Essay

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THE EFFECTIVENESS
BANANA (MUSA X PARADISIACA) PEELS
USED AS FERTILIZER APPLIED IN
DIFFERENT KINDS OF PLANTS SAMPLES

RESEARCHER:
BERLENE GAIL H. LAMA

CHAPTER I
INTRODUCTION
Background of the study
A banana peel, known as a banana skin in British English, is the outer covering of the banana fruit. As bananas, whether eaten raw or cooked, are a popular fruit consumed worldwide, with yearly production over 145 million tonnes in 2011, there is a significant amount of banana peel waste being generated as well. Banana peels are used as feedstock as they have some nutritional value. Banana peels are widely used for that purpose on small farms in regions where bananas are grown. There are some concerns over the impact of tannins
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SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES
-To observe the effects on the plant.
-To determine which of different plants really affects.
-To determine if the study is eco friendly. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
This study conducted to use banana peels used as fertilizer applied in different kinds of plant samples. This study sought to answer that if this study would be successful.

HYPOTHESIS
This experimental study was conducted very well and it became successful because of the effort given for the experimental process of using banana peels used as fertilizer in different kind of plant samples.

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
The researcher aimed to let others to become creative in many ways like using banana peels as paper. It is better to used this because it is cheaper the value but it’s very worth it.

SCOPE AND LIMITATIONS
This study was limited on banana peels only used as fertilizer.

CHAPTER II
Review of Related Literature

According to WARDLAW, C. W. Banana breeders must indeed be thankful that two botanical treatises on the banana have been published within two years, Bananas by N. W. Simmonds [cf. XXX, 2155] and the book under review, both by the same publishers. Whereas the former deals extensively with taxonomy the latter refers almost exclusively to descriptions of the symptoms, aetiology and control of all known banana diseases. The author has combed the literature thoroughly and has presented a vast number of facts in a well

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