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International Journal of Technical Research and Applications
Pruning cycle is one of the most important operations in tea with a primary objective to replace the old set of maintenance foliage by a fresh one, so that tea bushes remain healthy and continue to provide succulent shoots to manufacture quality tea. An investigation was initiated in Experimental Farm, Darjeeling Tea Research and Development Centre, Kurseong, Dist. Darjeeling at 1347 m a.m.s.l on old chinary tea bushes to evaluate the suitability of pruning cycles of varying durations andfatcat:icj6hjwflvh4xofvwfkd6b6mzy