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Who is the largest exporter of tea?
29 Apr

Sri Lanka tea business-The tea industry in Sri Lanka

Introduced in 1867, Ceylon Tea has grown to be the top agriculture export in Sri Lanka. It offers direct and indirect employment to nearly 1 million humans even as around 4 % of the land location is blanketed in tea plantations amounting to about 203000 hectares. Sri Lanka is an island made for Tea. The united states produce Tea for the year, and the overall tea production is about 340 million kilograms in line with annum. Sri Lanka's tea-developing regions are mainly concentrated inside the island's critical highlands and southern inland areas. Tea grown in those regions is widely grouped according to their elevations. High-grown Tea sourced from tea plantations found from 1200 m upwards; medium-grown Tea from estates scattered among six hundred m to 1200 m and occasional grown Tea from sea degree up to 600 m. Besides, Sri Lanka's tea-developing regions are also divided into seven most essential areas primarily based particularly at the terroir, specifically Nuwara...