Biomanure For Agricultural Waste By Improving Bio-Release In Soil Porosity And Organic Carbons And Nutrients

Document Type : Primary Research paper


1 Department of Chemistry, Mahatma Fule Arts, Commerce and Sitaramji Chaudhari Science College, Warud, Dist-Amravati, Maharashtra.

2 Associate Professor, MBA Department, Panimalar Engineering College, Varadarajapuram, Nasarathpettai, Poonamallee, Chennai-600123.

3 Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology,Nehru Arts and Science College, Thirumalayampalayam, Tamil Nadu 641105.

4 Dean,School of Technology & Engineering, ITM (SLS) Baroda University, Vadodara , Gujarat- 390510, lndia.

5 Research Scholar - Rural Economy & Social Development, Director Programs, Heifer International,Hyderabad, Telangana, India - 500004 .

6 Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, GOVT MGM P.G College, Itarsi, Affiliated to Barkatullah University, Bhopal, Hoshangabad, 461111.


The chilli wastes were considered separately using four bacteria for enhancement,
including Fischerella muscicola, Anabaena variabilis, Aulosira fertilissima, and
Tolypothrix tenuis, and combined mixture. Inoculated F. muscicola chilli wastes had
highest NPK concentration of 0.4 percent (w/w), 0.18 percent (w/w), and 0.15 percent
(w/w). For producing the brinjal plant, biomanure is utilised as a replacement for
inorganic fertilizers and sprayed to a soil at a rate of 20 t ha-1. The report's findings
suggest that enhanced chilli wastes could be utilised as a fertilisers replacement to increase
soil quality and enhanced plant.