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Post  Post subject: Why tea plants mostly grown in landslides at hilly areas?  |  Posted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 10:04 am

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Most of the people drink tea daily. This is one of the relaxation hot drink. You may observe that tea plants are grown in only land slides at hilly areas. Why can't we grown it in our house. Let's learn science behind their plantation in only that areas.

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Post  Post subject: Re: Why tea plants mostly grown in landslides at hilly areas  |  Posted: Sat Oct 08, 2016 1:38 pm
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how reliable is your evidence ? I have seen tea plantations in the Azores and I'm pretty sure that was not a landslide area

are you taking certain areas in India as typical for all tea-growing areas ?
and if so, how can you be sure that it's not some other factor such as drainage or south-facing orientation rather than being a land slide area
or maybe growing tea in a hilly area makes them more likely to become land slide zones if you drench them with monsoon rains

in short, how can you be sure you're not overgeneralising from a limited data set ?

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