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Different responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium among various cultivars of tea. I. Growth and physiological responses to applied nitrogen



Different responses to nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium among various cultivars of tea. I. Growth and physiological responses to applied nitrogen



Journal of Tea Science 11(1): 19-24



The effects of N application (0-52.5 kg N/mu) on the yield, quality, growth and physiology of 5 cultivars were studied in pot and field experiments. Cultivars Longjing 43, Zisun and Shaoxing 5801 had fresh leaf yields of 3.69, 1.25 and 0.87 kg/kg N, which were significantly higher than those of the other cultivars; tea quality was also improved.

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