Homemade compost (PBL 2)

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Homemade compost (PBL 2)

LEADER:Julie GROUP MEMBERS:Maryline,Edwin,Amelinda,Christie

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MATERIALS USED:

Homemade compost from PBL 1 2 plants

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PROCEDURES

Materials such as homemade compost from PBL 1 and two plants are prepared.

Only plant B is added homemade compost

After compost has been added to plant B, the plants is observed and the observation is recorded after 2 weeks

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PLANT A

PLANT B

AFTER RESULTS

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OBSERVATION(COMPARISON BETWEEN PLANT A AND PLANT B

.Plant A look withered while plant B look healthy.

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COMPARISON BETWEEN PLANT A(SOIL)AND PLANT B(COMPOST)

Plant A with organic soil gets to improve the structure of the soil,enabling it to retain nutrients,moisture,air and drain excessive water effectively while plant B which has been added compost manage to get vital nutrients and organic matter from the compost to plant B

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The re lation of plant condition with the compost

Compost alters soil structure, making it less likely to erode, and prevents soil spattering on plants—spreading disease. Compost can hold nutrients tight enough to prevent them from washing out, but loosely enough so plants can take them up as needed. Compost makes any soil easier to work.

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CONCLUSION(HOW DOES COMPOST HELP PLANT B)

Compost has an amazing effect on plant growth by acting as a natural source of nutrients to the soil. That’s why plant B is much more healthier compared to plan A.