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Small-scale Tea Growing and Processing in Hawaii

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Title: Small-scale Tea Growing and Processing in Hawaii
Authors: Zee, Francis
Sato, Dwight
Keith, Lisa
Follett, Peter
Hamasaki, Randall T.
Keywords: tea
Camellia sinensis
specialty crops
Issue Date: Sep 2003
Publisher: University of Hawaii
Citation: Zee F, Sato D, Keith L, Follett P, Hamasaki RT. 2003. Small-scale tea growing and processing in Hawaii. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. 16 p. (New Plants for Hawaii; NPH-9).
Series/Report no.: 9
New Plants for Hawaii
Abstract: Much interest was aroused by successful plantings of tea at sites on the island of Hawai‘i (2800 and 4000 ft elevation). The publication details types of tea, propagation, field planting, pruning and harvesting, pests and diseases, and a small-batch processing method.
Pages/Duration: 16 pages
Appears in Collections:New Plants for Hawaii, 1998 - present

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