Homemade Glue

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Xavier University High School
Ateneo de Cagayan

In Partial Fulfillment for the Requirements in Biology 2

“SAPAL” IN RESTRAINING WEEVIL
IN THE STORAGE OF LEGUMINOUS SEEDS

Proponents:
Myles C. Albasin
Ria Faye P. Paderanga
II – St. Jean de Brebeuf

Submitted to:
Ma’am Lea Lilibeth Emata

Date:
March 11, 2011

“SAPAL” IN RESTRAINING WEEVIL
IN THE STORAGE OF LEGUMINOUS SEEDS
Researchers:
Myles C. Albasin
Ria Faye P. Paderanga
Research Adviser: Ma’am Lea Lilibeth Emata
Xavier University High School Ateneo de Cagayan
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ABSTRACT
This investigatory project was conducted primarily to determine the effectiveness of “Sapal” in restraining bean weevil for longer storage of leguminous seeds.
Simple process was undertaken. The materials were prepared before performing the experiment. The 150 grams of mongo seeds were used as the experimental set-up and 150 grams for control set-ups. One piece of mature coconut was grated and dried, 75 grams of “Sapal” was mixed with 150 grams of mongo seed, and also with 150 grams of string bean seeds. The ratio of mixing was 2:1 seeds and “Sapal”. After mixing, it was placed in separate sieves and allowed to dry under the sun for 6 hours. Then, the experimental seeds were placed in separate jars properly labeled; likewise with the jars of the control separately placed and also properly labeled. The bottles were kept in a cabinet seed bank safe to avoid being accidentally destroyed by people and animals. The seeds were observed weekly and whatever observations noticed for a period of one month were recorded.
Result of the study showed that using “Sapal” as Weevil Repellant in Storing String Bean and Mongo Seeds is effective.
The researchers concluded that “Sapal” is an effective medium in preventing the attack of weevil on beans and…...

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