|Title:||(第2號)臺中縣魚池茶園土壤之研究||Other Titles:||A Study On Tea Soils Of Yuchih, Taichung District||Authors:||林敬德
|Issue Date:||2-Sep-1950||Publisher:||臺灣省農業試驗所||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||1-26||Source:||臺灣省農業試驗所報告||Abstract:||
Yuchih Basin, one of the best tea areas of Taiwan, is located in the mountainous region of the South-eastern part of Taichung district. The local climate recorded by Taiwan weather Bureau in the past 6 years indicates 24.44℃ of the average temperature, 83.84% humidity, and 2751.1mm of precipatation.
According to C. V Yu and M. Hua’s report of “Soils of Taichung District, Taiwan Province” the Sols of this Basin belong to yollow earth, which includes two series i. e. Jia-yang series and Yuchih series. The former occupies the slope of the mountains with the elevation of 1000-2500 meters above sea level, and is derived from the upper slate of pretertiary. The letter occupies gently rolling upland of this Basin and is derived from the derived deposit of quaternary.
There are around 1550 acres of tea garden, one-fifth of their soils belong to the Yuchih series while the remaining four-fifth belong to the Jiayang series.
|Appears in Collections:||7-1.臺灣省農業試驗所報告(1950~1979)|
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