International Journal of Science , Engineering and Management (IJSEM)

Monthly Journal for Science , Engineering and Management

Volume2,July 2017,

Topic : Pests and diseasesof tea (Camellia sinensis)

Authors:Mittu Katoch || Satyanarayan Murthy Malladi

Abstract:Tea is the most well-known drink devoured after water. Tea, Camellia sinensis (L) O. Kunze (Theaceae) is the real estate trim developed in SriLanka. With its wide flexibility, tea is developed in a scope of atmospheres and soils in various agro biological districts (AERs). Efficiency of tea relies upon different ecological and natural factors regardless of the cultivar developed. The yield and soil administration rehearses received, changing climate conditions and bug and illness rates additionally decide the general harvest efficiency. It is fermented from the leaves of Camellia sinensis (family: Theaceae). Diverse sorts of tea fabricated are: oolong, green, dark and Ilex tea relying upon the post-gather treatment and satisfactoriness of a specific area. Being rich in regular cell reinforcements, tea is accounted for to be compelling against colon, oesophageal, and lung diseases, and also urinary stone, dental caries, and so on. Tea observed to be insect cariogenic, against microbial, calming, hostile to cancer-causing, against oxidant can be utilized as a successful preventive operator. India is one of the biggest tea-delivering, trading and devouring nations. Every tea developing territories has its own unmistakable nuisances and infections however a few of them may have been recorded from more than one area. Number of vermin and ailments related with tea plants in a zone relies upon the period of time for which it is developed around there. More than one thousand types of arthropod bothers and almost 400 pathogens are known to assault tea everywhere throughout the world, however just around 300 types of bugs and parasites and 58 pathogenic growths are recorded from tea in India. Yield misfortune because of bug and maladies changes in the vicinity of 15 and 20%. Extent of the misfortunes will undoubtedly be higher today in perspective of the expanded generation and profitability other than the varieties in climatic conditions. Bugs are not kidding vermin of tea and they harm the green tissues of leaves, along these lines decreasing the photosynthetic effectiveness bringing about yield lessening. Invasion prompts staining of clears out. The majority of the species possess the under surface of the leaves yet a couple of favor the upper surface moreover. In this survey paper we learn about different irritations, infection and their contro.

Keywords: Camellia sinensis, Pests and diseases, Traditional

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DOI: 01.1617/vol4/iss7/pid79645

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