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The Potential of Seaweed (eucheuma Denticulatum) and Malunggay Leaves (moringa Oleifera) as Orchids Booster

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The Potential of

Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum)

 and

 Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera)

as

 Orchids Booster

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A Research Presented To

Luray II National High School

Luray II, Toledo City

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In Partial Fulfillment

Of the Subject Requirement

In Research

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SAHARA MAE ZABATE

MARY JOY BELLO

CHUCKIE RODRIGUEZ

RESEARCHERS

MRS.MARIA LINDA PACIONAL

ADVISER

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

         First, the researchers would like to express their sincere gratitude of thanks to their parents for the continuous support and love. To their teachers who guide and teach what is wrong and right in their study. To their classmates who are with them in joy and difficult time. Lastly, but not the least ,the Superior, the Creator of all, God who gave them strength, courage, patience and wisdom for them to pursue and continue.

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION

Rationale

                Nowadays, farmers or gardeners are well aware about the application of organic fertilizer to improve their production as well as farming land. Organic fertilizers not only increase physical and chemical properties of soil but also increases mineral deposition, which is essential for proper development of plants. Therefore, application of organic fertilizer has received a great attention and attract interests especially among the farmers.

               That’s why the researchers conduct a study entitled, “The potential of Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract as Orchids Booster in order to fill the demand of organic fertilizer.

               This study is beneficial for the vigour growth, improve yield quality/quantity and also impart on the ability of the plants to withstand adverse environmental conditions. Moreover, this study aimed to study the potential of Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract as Orchids Booster in enhancing the yield and the quality of the plants

Statement of the problem

                This study aims to find out if Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract can be used as Orchids Booster.

Specifically it aims to answer the following question:

  • Does the potential of Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract can be used as  an Orchids Booster.
  • What are the effects of the Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract can be used as an Orchids Booster.

Hypothesis

  • Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract has the potential to be an Orchids Booster.
  • Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract doesn’t have the potential to be an Orchids Booster.

Significance of the study

          This study aims to help the following inquiries:

  • Gardeners who want to have a healthier orchid plants by using this organic pant booster.
  • Students, to let them know that there’s another option of using fertilizer for their orchid plants in or out of their classroom.
  • Future Researchers, to give them ideas and knowledge in their future research project that they want to study and give improvement.
  • Vendor who wants to have a better quality and better yield orchid plants for their business.

Scope and Limitation

           This study focuses only in orchids pant as subject use in testing the potential of Seaweed (Eucheuma denticulatum) and Malunggay leaves (Moringa oleifera) extract can be used as Orchids Booster.

Definition of terms

  • Seaweed – is a colloquial term and lacks a formal definition. A seaweed may belong to one of s several groups of multicellar algae.
  • Malunggay plant- the most widely cultivated species in the genus Moringa, the only genus plant in the plant family Moringaceae.
  • Extracts- remove or take out, especially by effort or force.
  • Booster- that improves or increase something.

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