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Effect of interrow management methods in young tea plantations on soil temperature regime



Effect of interrow management methods in young tea plantations on soil temperature regime



Subtropicheskie Kul' tury ( 5): 133-136



In 3-year trials, the soil management methods compared were (a) mulching with black polyethylene, (b) mulching with peat, (c) mulching with tea factory waste, (d) sowing soyabeans with subsequent incorporation, (e) sowing oats with subsequent incorporation, and (f) control. The soil temperature was measured 3 times every 24 h from May to Sep. The soil temperature was lowest in (d), ranging from 19.4 to 23.2 degrees C, and highest in (a), ranging from 22.1 to 25.3 degrees.

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