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Effect of different methods of interrow soil management of tea root system development in the Kolkhida lowlands


, : Effect of different methods of interrow soil management of tea root system development in the Kolkhida lowlands. Subtropicheskie Kul' tury ( 6): 22-26

In trials in a 10-year-old plantation, the interrows were (1) maintained under clean cultivation (control), (2) rotary cultivated, (3) mulched with black plastic, (4) sown with soyabeans for seed, (5) treated with simazine at 10 kg/ha, or (6) kept as a grass sward with 2-3 cuts/year for 3 years then clean cultivated. Generally, the main root mass was found in the 0-20 cm deep soil layer. Root penetration was 40-50 cm vertically and 60-70 cm horizontally from the main stem.

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