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ijrowa-28.09.2023

International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture (IJROWA)

Editor-in-Chief: Hossein Pourmoghadas, PhD

Online ISSN: 2251-7715

Print ISSN: 2195-3228

Publishes Quarterly

Original Article
Response of cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var. botrytis) grown in the field to organic waste fortification and cropping seasons

Purpose:To evaluate cauliflower (Brassica oleracea var botrytis) field performance in response to season, organic waste types, and rates; a cultivar (ATRIA 153F1) was grown for two years (2019 and 2020) under two different seasons (Rainy and Dry). This is to ascertain the effective season, type, and rate of organic waste for the promotion of sustainable […]

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Review Article
Systematic Literature Review on the Utilization of Tuber Crop Skins in the Context of Circular Agriculture

Purpose: This Systematic Literature Review (SLR) investigates the utilization of tuber crop skins, specifically from yam, potato, taro, and cassava as an underexplored resource in circular agriculture. The study aims to assess their multifaceted applications across sectors such as animal feed, bioenergy, material science, wastewater treatment, and food innovation, addressing the overarching research question of […]

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Original Article
Efficacy of organic amendments and biofertilizers on yielding, biochemical and soil nutritional attributes of radish (Raphanus sativus L.)

Purpose: The current investigation was conducted at the Vegetable Research Farm of the School of Agriculture, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab. The aim of the study was to know the effect of different combinations of organic amendments along with biofertilizers on various horticultural, biochemicals, soil profiling traits and economics of radish cultivation. Method: The experiment […]

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Original Article
Tomato genotype response to organic and synthetic fertilizers

Purpose: The study investigated how selected tomato genotypes performed with combined applications of cocoa pod (CP) + poultry manure (PM), kola nut pod (KP) + poultry manure (PM), and NPK fertilizer, focusing on fruit yield, mineral content, and vitamin composition. Method: The trial was carried out at Landmark University Teaching and Research Farm, Omuaran, Nigeria […]

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Original Article
Vermicomposted corn waste in the organic cultivation of cherry tomato seedlings and its effects on the soil-plant system

Propose: In this study, vermicomposted corn waste was applied to the organic cultivation of cherry tomato seedlings under the edaphoclimatic conditions of the Brazilian semiarid region, and the effects were evaluated in the soil‒plant system. Method: The vermicomposts were prepared by mixing corn waste in an organic substrate. The experiment was divided into two parts: […]

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Original Article
Influence of GIDI organic fertilizer on the yield of corn

Purpose: GIDI organic fertilizer or water hyacinth is an aquatic plant, an excellent depollutant, and is helpful for food production as compost and regeneration of degraded soil. Maintaining its fertility and maintaining the ecological balance of the environment. The study aimed to evaluate the influence of different rates of GIDI organic fertilizer on the yield […]

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Original Article
Effect of organic waste as fertilizers and weed management practices on the growth and yield of tomato (Solanum Lycopersicum L.) in a derived savan-nah humid environment

Purpose: To understand the effect of organic wastes as fertilizer and weed management on the growth and fruit yield of tomatoes to recommend the best organic waste fertilizer and weed management practices for the production of this crop in a derived savannah agro-ecology zone of Nigeria. Method: The experiment was conducted in Nsukka, Nigeria where […]

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Vermicomposting: A technology for vermiremediation of heavy metals from sewage sludge and animal dung

Purpose: The present study to investigate the earthworm Eisenia fetida was a chief organism for accumulation of heavy metals (Pb, Cr, and Cd) in their body tissue from sewage sludge with different combinations of animal dung and converted into rich organic vermicompost which plays a beneficial role for environment, animals and human health. Method: Animal […]

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Review Article
Nitrogen-enriched liquid organic fertilizers (LOFs) production for sustainable agriculture: A review

Purpose: Although the popularity of liquid organic fertilizers (LOFs) has considerably increased recently, there have been concerns over their usage due to low nitrogen content. This study aims to discuss the current developments in nitrogen-enriched LOFs that address the above limitation, subsequently promoting sustainable agricultural practices. Method: A thorough review of existing literature on nitrogen-enriched […]

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Original Article
The evolution replacing para rubber sawdust by using bagasse and rice straw with giant mimosa for substrate cultivation P. sajor-caju

Purpose Profiting from agricultural waste and lowering production costs for farmers have been made possible by the incorporation of bagasse and local resources as a substitute for sawdust. Method The experiment was using a CRD. Follows: Bagasse 100 % Bagasse: Rice straw (25:75%) Bagasse: Rice straw (50:50%) Bagasse: Rice straw (75:25%) Bagasse: Giant mimosa (25:75%) […]