|Title:||溫度對春、冬季茶樹生育及品質之影響||Other Titles:||Effect of Temperature on Spring and Winter Season Tea Growth, Develop and Tea Quality||Authors:||李淑美
|Issue Date:||Nov-2000||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第94號||Start page/Pages:||233-234||Source:||2000年豆類、茶及新興作物育種及生產技術改進研討會論文集||Conference:||2000年豆類、茶及新興作物育種及生產技術改進研討會
Proceeding of the Symposium on the Improvement of Breeding and Production Techniques of Legumes, Tea and New Special Crops 2000
The aim of this experiment was to understand the effect of temperature on tea tree growth, to make sure it’s base and apply worth. Change the culture management to reduce or avoid negative effect on tea plant growth, so as to control tea growth efficiently. The results of this experiment review that the responses to temperature between the two varieties ‘Chin-Shin Oolong’ and ‘TTES (Taiwan Tea Experiment Station) No.12’ were a little different. In the air temperature tests, bud germination and growth rate of both varieties under day/night 3 3/27℃ condition was the fastest, and first to be yielded. The second was under 28/22℃ condition. In the root temperature tests, bud germination of ‘Chin-Shin Oolong’ at 25℃ was the first and also has the fastest growth rate, and the second is at 20℃. Bud germination under 30℃ condition was the latest, and was late than 25℃ condition more than 14 days. TTES No.12 had better response to 20 , 25 and 30℃ root temperature condition, but at 15℃ bud germination was late more than 7 days. The measurement of the temperature of soil 20 cm deep showed that the temperature had smaller change range under irrigation than without irrigation. The range of irrigation was between 1-1.5℃, and without irrigation the range was between 2-2.5℃. The highest temperature of soil was occurred late than air about 2-3 hours.
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