Effect of Trachyte Powder, Human Urine and Reserved Water from Cooked Beans on Andosols Fertility in Cameroonian Western Highlands

J Tuebue, S Basga, P Tematio, J Nguetnkam
  • Asian Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, June 2018, Sciencedomain International
  • DOI: 10.9734/ajsspn/2018/41999

Enhence plants nutrition at low cost in developing countries is a key for peasants survival.

What is it about?

Peasants need available sources of nutrients to improve soil fertility at low cost. We have then tried to show that human urine, water from cooked beans and rocks can be used for that purpuse.

Why is it important?

Our findings show that by recycling human urine and water from cooked beans, we contribute highly in environment sanitation and human nutrition at the same time.

Perspectives

FOPOUSSI TUEBUE Jean Christophe (Author)
University of Ngaoundere-Cameroon

I hope that this article will help people worldwide to understand that even nasty matters could be useful. Writing this article was a wonderful

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