Comparative analysis of manures prepared from vegetable waste for growing Ocimum sanctum Linn
Mansi D Panchal, Sanjukta Rajhans, Himanshu Pandya, Archana Mankad
Ocimum sanctum Linn. is an aromatic herb of the plant family Lamiaceae. The plant is commonly cultivated in gardens and traditionally grown in courtyard and temples. Tulsi, the Queen of herbs, is one of the holiest, healing and healthy herbs. The sacred basil, is greatly known for its important role in the traditional Ayurvedic and Unani system of herbal medicines. Like any other plant Tulsi also requires proper nutrients for its growth. In this current experiment, five vegetable waste solutions were used as manures for growing the plants of Ocimum sanctum Linn. The morphological changes in the sets were observed and further soil analysis was conducted to find the changes in the contents of the soil nutrients.