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Studies on Developing Manmade Medium from Agricultural Wastes for Growing Vegetables in Organic Farming System
Some organic farmers using imported medium to grow their vegetables. Therefore, it is valuable to develop local growing medium by compost local wastes containing high content of cellulose and lignin. This will recycle the agricultural wastes and decrease the import-dependent use of growing medium. The final aim of this study series is on recycling agricultural wastes into hygiene growing medium for vegetables in organic farming system. The work in the first year will analyze the physical and chemical properties of agricultural wastes (mushroom waste, rice husk, wood waste, baggase, and bark) before and after composting and will grow Pak-choi to find a good combination. In the second year the main work is to extend the medium for leafy vegetables to organic farmers and to investigate a good combination for fruit vegetable growing use. In the final year, the main work is to extended the results of the previous two years to organic farmers.
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