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An analysis of the arthropod pest complex on tea from 14 geographical locations showed that the numbers of pests depend on the length of time for whic...Read more
This study analyzes the link between labor productivity of tea-plantation workers in Sri Lanka and their living conditions. The results indicate a sig...Read more
The penetration of light into 5 distinct foliage patterns of tea bushes was studied. The 2 foliage types (semi-erect and horizontal) representing most...Read more
Seasonal changes in the photosynthesis of tea were measured with a 14C technique during two years in Malawi. Photosynthesis did not decrease at the be...Read more
(I) The selection of suitable shade trees for use in Tea plantations (Camellia sinensis) is a major problem in NE India since the destruction of large...Read more
Water availability was the most important limiting factor to tea growth. Monthly averages of tea yields for estates were correlated with soil water in...Read more
The influence of interplanted shade trees on the light regime at the surface of mature tea bushes is described. Most of the light reaching a tea bush ...Read more
Water availability is the most important factor in tea growth. Average monthly tea yields for Uganda estates were correlated with soil water indices.Read more
Except in the 2- to 3-month annual dry season, stomatal conductance was principally determined by incident irradiance; it was independent of shoot wat...Read more
The following is substantially the authors' summary. Outbreaks of Ectropis bhurmitra (Wlk.) in Ceylon in 1963-66 developed as a side-effect of dieldri...Read more
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