Browsing International Journal of Tea Science Volume 4 (2005) by Issue Date

Browsing International Journal of Tea Science Volume 4 (2005) by Issue Date

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  • Trivedi, P.; Pandey, Anita; Palni, L.M.S.; Bag, N.; Tamang, M.B.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2004)
    Based on a detailed study conducted to isolate microbes from soil samples collected from various tea gardens located in the Indian Himalayan region, two bacteria namely Bacillus subtilis and Pseudomonas corrugata have been ...
  • Chand, G.; Sood, A.; Palni, L.M.S.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2004)
    Propagations of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) 0. Kuntze) through tissue culture is gaining momentum worldwide. We have studied the cell division cycle at regular intervals to optimise the medium and time period when maximum ...
  • Mishra, A.K.; Dutta, S.; Kumar, B.S.D.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2004)
    A fluorescent Pseudomonas strain isolated from soil under tea cultivation and designated as RRLJ 134 exhibited in vitro antibiosis against Fomes lamoensis, the causal organism of brown rot disease of tea on three different ...
  • Das, D.; Bhattacharya, Subhash Chandra; Maulik, S.R.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    Silk and wool fabrics were coloured employing aqueous tea extract in absence and presence of magnesium sulphate, aluminium sulphate and ferrous sulphate as the mordanting agents. Colour uptake for wool was found to be more ...
  • Sharma, D.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    The fifth WTO Cancun Ministerial has failed. But just prior to it, the United States and the European Union had arrived at a new accord, which in letter and spirit lays out a detailed road map for what can be called as the ...
  • George, U.; Barpujari, N.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    The soils of Dooars (the sub-Himalayan regions of North Bengal) are high in organic C and available S compared to the prime tea-growing areas ofAssam. The effect of these two parameters as well as soil pH and available K, ...
  • Tamang, M.B.; Jain, N.K.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    The International Society of Tea Science helped organize a National Seminar by the Uttaranchal Tea Development Board at Almora on May 29-30 after a field visit to the site of new tea plantations at Kausani, Uttaranchal, ...
  • Hazarika, L.K.; Bhattacharyya, Badal; Kalita, S.; Das, P.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    Bacillus thuringiensis (Berliner) has been under extensive use as a biopesticide for the last 55 years in many parts of the world, contributing 90% of the total commercial biopesticides formulations. It is being utilized ...
  • Dutta, B.K.; Bhattacharjee, P.C.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    Termites cause serious damage to tea plantations in Barak Valley, Assam (India) especially during the dry season (i.e. September-March). Tea plantations in the southwest facing slopes are worst affected possibly due to ...
  • Chowdhury, P.; Mukerjee, S.; Buragohain, D.; Borah, K.; Sadhu, M.K.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    An experiment was conducted to study the effect of various dosage of fertilizer on yield of mature tea and to determine the nutrient concentrations in tea soils and leaves under different dosage. The standard clone TV-1 ...
  • Yinfang, C.; Zhong, X.H.; Huokun, L.; Mei, N.J.; Xiaxiong, C.; Jain, N.K. (International Society of Tea Science (ISTS), 2005)
    Bio-control of tea pests by spiders in China has been reviewed by Chen Yinfeng et al. Spiders constitute 65% to 90% population of all the predacious natural enemies in tea gardens of China. Some 290 species belonging to ...