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Comparison Of Soil Ph Between Tea Fields Under Hand And Mechanical Tea Harvesting
In Tanzania, mechanizing tea harvesting is becoming a necessity. Through the available knowledge, it is known that mechanical tea harvesting is non selective as such it takes more biomass from the plant than hand method. Moreover, the extent of damage to the plant is also higher. Because of these differences, nutrients uptake by plants might have effect on soil chemical parameters including soil pH. The objective of the study was to compare the effect on soil pH between hand and mechanical tea harvesting method. The study was conducted using randomized complete block design (RCBD) with split-plot arrangement replicated three times.
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