There must be a special tea garden for growing tea. The tea garden should choose a secluded, pollution-free place. The best natural valley bottoms and places with unobstructed breath create a good ecological environment for the growth of tea trees. Tea trees can be planted on mountains, flats, hillsides, or terraced terrain. The tea garden should be planned reasonably, the infrastructure should be complete, there should be irrigation and drainage ditches around, and roads should be reserved between the tea trees to facilitate management and tea picking.
The soil for growing tea trees should be fertile and loose. When reclaiming the land, the land should be applied with sufficient base fertilizer to provide sufficient nutrients for the growth of tea trees. First, clean the weeds on the ground, plough the soil 50-60 cm deep, expose it to the sun for a few days to kill the eggs in the soil, and then spread about 1,000 kilograms of decomposed farmyard manure, 100 kilograms of cake fertilizer, and 50 kilograms per mu. Plant ash, after evenly mixing the soil, finely break the clods and level the land. More basal fertilizer can be applied in poor soil, and less basal fertilizer can be applied in fertile soil.
Buy sturdy tea saplings with a height of 15-20 cm, and dig a 10X10 cm planting hole on the prepared land, with a depth of 12-15 cm, and then return to the soil after watering thoroughly. The root system of tea saplings should be expanded when planting, so that the root system and the soil are fully in contact. After the root system adapts to the new environment, it can better absorb the nutrients of the soil and supply the growth and development of the plant. The spacing of tea trees should be maintained at about 25 cm, and the row spacing should be maintained at about 100-120 cm. Tea trees can be planted properly to increase the yield of tea leaves.
Tea tree saplings grow vigorously under the conditions of sufficient water, fertilizer and sunshine. Young trees should be pruned and shaped to cultivate high-yielding branches. Cut off strong branches, main branches, and keep side branches to promote the growth of shoots. In the mature period, deep pruning should be carried out, dead branches and senescent branches should be cut off, new strong branches should be cultivated, and buds should be re-sprouted to achieve the effect of high yield.
Post time: Aug-27-2022