Note on References:


The primary methodology employed in this study was experimental in nature, allowing for investigation and analysis. In addition, literature review was conducted, drawing primarily from four key sources. Three from the field of photographic chemistry, encompassing relevant methods, techniques, and processes. The fourth source focused on the domain of agriculture and gardening, providing insights into composting and organic practices. By integrating information from these diverse disciplines, a foundation was established to inform the research and enhance its scientific rigor.



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