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Journal of Tea Science ›› 2013, Vol. 33 ›› Issue (1): 74-84.doi: 10.13305/j.cnki.jts.2013.01.010

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Status and Suggestions of Tea Garden Fertilization on Main Green Tea-Producing Counties in Zhejiang Province

MA Li-feng1, CHEN Hong-jing2, SHAN Ying-jie2, JIANG Ming-bei3, ZHANG Gen-miao4, WU Lin-tu5, RUAN Jian-yun1, LV Jian-fei6, SHI Yuan-zhi1, PAN Li-xun7, HUANG Cheng-mu4, LIU Lin-ming5, LIANG Bi-yuan8, WANG Mei-qin9, PAN Jian-qing10   

  1. 1. Tea Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hangzhou 310008, China;
    2. Soil and Fertilizer Station in Zhejiang Province, Hangzhou 310020, China;
    3. Plant Protection and Soil Fertilizer Station, Chun’an 311700, China;
    4. Agricultural Technology Extension Center, Zhuji 311800, China;
    5. Plant Protection and Soil Fertilizer Station, Songyang 323400, China;
    6. Soil Fertilizer Station, Wuyi 321200, China;
    7. Soil Fertilizer Station, Yongjia 313100, China;
    8. Soil Fertilizer Station, Jingning 323500, China;
    9. Soil Fertilizer Station, Qujiang 324000, China;
    10. Soil Fertilizer Station, Changxing 313100, China
  • Received:2011-09-13 Revised:2012-03-30 Online:2013-02-28 Published:2019-09-04

Abstract: Fertilization status of typical green tea gardens in Zhuji, Shengzhou, Chun’an, Kaihua, Yongjia, Jiande, Changxing, Quzhou, Shaoxing, Songyang, Wuyi and Fuyang counties, and Xihu district of Zhejiang province in 2009 and 2010 was investigated. The result showed that fertilization of the investigated areas had several characteristics. Firstly, the main applied fertilizers were urea, compound fertilizer and organic manure (including rapeseed and livestock). Secondly, the fertilizers were mainly applied to soil surface in the way of broadcast. and compound fertilizer and organic manure were applied as topdressing. And period and frequency of tea gardens fertilizer application was random. Thirdly, the amount of N applied was deficient for 30% and excessive for 41% of tea gardens. Soil available P content was excessive for 50.4% of tea gardens. And soil available K content was deficient for 48.8% of tea gardens. Finally some fertilization suggestions are recommended according to tea garden application status.

Key words: tea gardens in Zhejiang province, fertilization status, fertilization measure

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