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Radish (raphanus sativus) as Pesticide

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Transcript of Radish (raphanus sativus) as Pesticide

Radish (raphanus sativus) as BioPesticide
Introduction
Radish is an annual herb widely grown for its edible fleshy, hot tasting roots maybe red, white or purple. Every part of the root or the plant can be used in different ways.
Statement of the Problem
1.) Was Radish’ extract can be dangerous to our health?
2.) Was the Radish’extract biopesticide will be affordable for the farmers?
3.) Was Radish’extract can be as effective as the other commercially available products with the same purpose?
Hypotheses
1.) Radish’ extract biopesticide was not dangerous to our health.
2.) Radish’ extract biopesticide was not the same price as natural pesticides.
3.) Radish’ extract biopesticide was effective as the other commercially available products with the same purpose.

Significance of the Study
In choosing this project, we wanted to contribute knowledge in maintaining the good health of vegetable plants by using a pesticide out of radish extract.
It can
minimize the number of planters who used chemical which are found distractive to the environment.

Methods
The researcher will use experimental method of research in this study. Its purpose is to discover what will be the affect of the pesticide. Experimental method of research is appropriate method to use in the fact that the study is to create a pesticide out of Radish extracts.
Procedures
1. Collect one kg. of radish tubers
2. Wash them to remove dirt
3 .Slice into small pieces
4. Pound it by using a mortar and pestle
5. Put in a clean cloth. Get the extract
6. Add enough amount of water to the extract in a ration of 1:1, 1:2; and 2:1 respectively.
7. Place each mixture in a sprayer bottle and applied into worms.
8. Try several trials to determine the more effective proportion.

Research Design
Replication 1 Replication 2 Replication 3
T1 3 3 3 9
T2 3 3 3 9
T3 3 3 3 9
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Research Paradigm
Input
Radish Extract
Output
“RADISH EXTRACT AS A BIOPESTICIDE”
PROCESS
Preparation of the Radish extract and other materials to be used.
Application of the Radish Extract as a pesticide.

Results and Discussions
As of August 27, 2013, the researchers have extracted the Radish (raphanus sativus) and applied it according to treatments. The worms have been caught only in the researchers’ backyards. The replicates undergo the applying the extract process. The experiment will be done in a span of 2-3 days and for the gathering of data.
The result shows that treatment 3 is the most effective among the three treatments. It also shows that the extract of raphanus sativus is effective in making a pesticide.
References
De Padua, Ludivina S.; Lugod, Gregorio C.; Pancho, Juan V.; Handbook of Philippine Medical Plants Volume 1; College of Science and Humanities University of Philippines Los Baños College, Laguna; Documentation and information Section Office of the Director of Research, University of the Philippine, Los Baños; 1977

Maramba, Nelia P.; Saludez, Jerry D.; Guide Book on the Proper Use of Medicinal Plants; Bicutan, Taguig Metro Manila; National Science and Technology Authority; 1982
Reyes, Angelica G.; Jovita G.; Santiago, Florenda I.; Philippine Plants; Philippine Christian University, Dela Salle University; St. Paul College Manila; University of the Philippine; 1985
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