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Variations of Fatty Acids Levels in Young Shoots of Clonal Tea with Location of Production and Nitrogenous Fertilizer Rates in the Kenya Highlands
J. Agr. Sci. Tech
Tea leaves contain unsaturated fatty acids, key precursors of volatile compounds contributing to tea aroma quality. Tea is cultivated in areas with diverse environmental conditions. Nitrogenous fertilizers influence tea yields and quality. A previous single site study demonstrated that increasing nitrogenous fertilizer rates raised fatty acid levels. However it is not known if the magnitudes and patterns of the responses are replicated in different locations due to variations in growth factors.fatcat:mcalrej46bffhpy6lfmulrioqi