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" The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive, and must be five years old before the leaves are gathered. "
Manners and Customs of the Japanese in the Nineteenth Century - 第 232 頁
由 編輯 - 1841 - 298 頁
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The Chinese Repository, 第 10 卷

1841
...unobstructed beam* of the morning sun, and thrive beat upon well-watered hill sides. The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive,...the harvest, is one of extreme nicety. The leaves for the finer and coarser teas are sorted as they are plucked ; and no more of either kind are gathered...
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Manners and Customs of the Japanese, in the Nineteenth Century

Philipp Franz von Siebold - 1841 - 423 頁
...pollarded to render it more branchy, and therefore oaore productive, and must be five years old before leaves are gathered. The process of harvesting the tea, or rather of St> is «»e oTextreme nicety. The *" the «ner and coarser teas, as are an roasted in a and rolled...
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The Japanese Empire: Its Physical, Political, and Social Condition and ...

S. B. Kemish - 1860 - 303 頁
...flowers, something like dog-roses, and the leaves are very hard and glossy. The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and, therefore, more productive ; and must be at least three or four or even five years old before the leaves are gathered. The tea plantations are...
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Yedo and Peking: A Narrative of a Journey to the Capitals of Japan and China

Robert Fortune - 1863 - 395 頁
...sun, and thrive best upon well-watered hill-sides. The plant is pollarded to render it more branching, and therefore more productive, and must be five years old before the leaves are gathered." (!) How our worthy tea-farmers in Japan and China would laugh if they were told that such things were...
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The earth and its inhabitants. The universal geography, ed. by E.G ...

Jean Jacques Élisée Reclus - 1876
...of the morning sun, and the plants thrive best upon well- watered hillsides. The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive,...leaves are gathered. " The process of harvesting the leaves, or rather of storing the tea harvest, is one of extreme nicety. The leaves of the finer and...
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Japan

Samuel Mossman - 1880 - 248 頁
...of the morning sun, and the plants thrive best upon wellwatered hill-sides. The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and, therefore, more productive,...leaves are gathered. The process of harvesting the leaves, or rather of storing the tea harvest, is one of extreme nicety. The leaves for the finer and...
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Asia, with Ethnological Appendix

Augustus Henry Keane - 1882 - 723 頁
...teaplant was introduced from China about the beginning of the ninth century. . . . The plant is pollared to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive,...must be five years old before the leaves are gathered " (Afossman}. Of the forest trees the most prevalent are the cypress, firs, and other conifers, including...
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Asia

Augustus Henry Keane - 1882 - 723 頁
...teaplant was introduced from China about the beginning of the ninth century. . . . The plant is pollared to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive,...must be five years old before the leaves are gathered " (Motsman). Of the forest trees the most prevalent are the cypress, firs, and other conifers, including...
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Asia...: Northern and eastern Asia

Augustus Henry Keane - 1896
...China about the beginning of the ninth century. . . . The plant is pollared to render it more brauchy, and therefore more productive, and must be five years old before the leaves are gathered " (Mossman). Of the forest trees the most prevalent are the cypress, firs, and other conifers, including...
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Massacres of Christians by heathen Chinese and horrors of the Boxers

Harold Irwin Cleveland - 1900 - 612 頁
...of the morning sun, and the plants thrive best upon well-watered hillsides. The plant is pollarded to render it more branchy, and therefore more productive,...be five years old before the leaves are gathered. JAPANESE METHOD OF PREPARATION. " The process of harvesting the leaves, or rather of storing the tea...
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