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How long should composite plants be kept in the nursery?



How long should composite plants be kept in the nursery?



Quarterly Newsletter, Tea Research Foundation of Central Africa (71): 9-10



Tea plants (clones PC 1 and SFS 204), either budded on PC 87 rootstocks or unbudded, were planted out when 9 or 18 months old, in the 1981/82 season. After 5 months field survival varied between 95 and 100%. In the following season, in which budded and unbudded plants (clone SFS 204) were planted out when 9 months old, field survival was only 63-69%, reflecting the adverse weather conditions during that season.

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