By K.C. Willson, M.N. Clifford
Tea is a special crop and, by the way, a truly attention-grabbing and tasty one. The tea bush, its cultivation and harvesting don't healthy into any commonplace cropping trend. additionally, its processing and advertising are particular to tea. therefore the Tea stands aside and constitutes a self contained entity. this can be mirrored within the identify given to this e-book, Tea: Cultivation to intake, and its therapy of the topic. The e-book is logically deliberate - beginning with the plant itself and completing with the traditional'cuppa'. each element of tea creation is roofed, unavoidably a few in larger aspect than others. despite the fact that, it offers an actual and complete photograph of the tea undefined. The textual content offers intimately with cultural practices and examine, the place fascinating, on a nearby foundation. The expertise of tea cultivation and processing has been constructed in the undefined, aided by way of utilized study which was once mostly financed via the tea businesses themselves. This contributed to a technically efficient yet tended to avoid the extra educational and basic investigations which would convey destiny rewards. The sponsorship of analysis has now widened and the variety and intensity of tea examine has elevated therefore. The editors and authors of this booklet have performed their half in those contemporary advancements that are good suggested within the booklet.
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7 KEY TO SPECIES AND SUB-SPECIES The following key to main taxa of tea is based on Sharma and Venkataramani (1974). They have erected a sub-species of C. assamica but its taxonomical validity is not clear. 2 cm, elliptic, matted above, obtuse; styles free up to the base or to a great part, distally geniculate - C. smenSlS. 7 cm, elliptic or ellipticoblong, glossy above, bluntly acuminate; styles united for a greater part, divided distally and spreading horizontally or free up to about half or more, linear and ascending - C.
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Tea: Cultivation to consumption by K.C. Willson, M.N. Clifford