The Tea Research Institute of Tanzania (TRIT) was established in 1996 as an autonomous organisation representing the Government of Tanzania and the tea industry. TRIT aims to support the development of both small and large-scale tea producers through appropriate, cost-effective, high quality research and technology transfer, to ensure the sustainability of the Tanzanian tea industry.Read More View Video
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The specific objectives of CIP include; (1) Selection and evaluation of clones acquired both from within and outside the country,…Read More »
The main objective of CWMP is to develop appropriate soil and water management technologies for supporting the increased tea…Read More »
The main objective of SFMP is to investigate and develop soil fertility management recommendations for optimum tea production.…Read More »
The main objective of TTP is to develop and promote technologies that lead to increases in the productivity and profitability of…Read More »
The study on response of thirty-one (31) improved tea (Camellia sinensis L. (O). Kuntze) genotypes to environment variation and drip irrigation levels were conducted for tea yield...
This paper examines the role of the private sector in agricultural reasearch in Tanzania from the perspective of the Tea Industry.Tea research in Tanzania is currently going...
Tracing the commodity chain of tea from leaf to cup is a complex process that involves many actors at the production, distribution, processing and consumption levels. This study...
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