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November 07, 2018
Research on Effect of Soybean & Green Tea Intercropping
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Research on Effect of Soybean & Green Tea Intercropping

Views:70     Author:Anthony Wei     Publish Time: 2018-11-07      Origin:Site

Welcome to our green tea plantation:

green tea plantation

GHB operates its own plantations and laboratory since 2015. We always focus on how to bring natural extracts to the world. Our main natural extracts include grape seed extracttongkat ali extractgreen tea extractRhodiola Rosea Extract, etc. Recently, in order to reduce Residue of pesticide to the lowest level, we did a research on “Effect of soybean, fruiter & green tea intercropping” at our green tea plantation.

“There are three obvious effects of soybean & tea intercropping. First, soybean can produce rhizobium, which has nitrogen fixation effect and increases soil fertility. The interpolating soybean in tea garden can be reduced or not. Second, chafers, locusts, etc. prefer soybean leaves, thereby reducing tea tree pests. Third, it can increase the yield of tea. Experiments show that tea trees close to soybeans can grow 190 shoots per square meter, which is twice as many as tea trees without soybeans.” Doctoral supervisor Ms. Liao Said

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Introducing tea tree pests and diseases on soybean leaves did a good job in pest control, control pesticide use, better solve the problem of pesticide residues, and ensured the quality and safety of our green tea.

 

The tea garden interpolating soybean has the functions of high fertilizer efficiency, high light efficiency, high work efficiency, etc., and can bring multiple benefits such as economy, ecology and society.

 

This imaginative work is good for soil and water conservation and tea plantation beautification. Interpolating soybean can relatively inhibit tea plant pests and diseases. In the tea garden, more crops, such as beans, buckwheat, peanuts, sesame seeds, vegetables, potatoes, and herbs, can be used to fertilize soil and increase income. We believe that this cultivation model is the wisdom of ancient ancestors, worthy of Inheritance and development.

 

Besides Soybean & green tea intercropping we are also exploring more other cash crops to match our green tea plantation, such as fruit trees.


We believe that more and more natural ingredients will be extracted and supplied to this world from GHB’s plantation and workshop.

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