This must be met by a greater productiveness in the field; by the substitution of machinery for hand labor in the factory, and by the manufacture of varieties of teas which from inherent chemical causes can not be brought from the Orient. Tea culture: the experiment in South Carolina - Page 16by Charles Upham Shepard - 1899 - 27 pagesFull view
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Albert Shaw - World politics - 1901
...comparative loss has already been balanced — and much more it is hoped will soon be balanced — l>y greater productiveness in the field, by the substitution...varieties of teas which, from inherent chemical causes, cannot be brought from the Orient. We may not dwell now upon other points, interesting as all are....