Abali Organic Tea

  1. Home
  2. » Abali Organic Tea
Categories:   
DESCRIPTION

Abali Organic Tea Estate located in the Lower Dibang Valley,18 kms from Roing in Arunachal Pradesh, India, is a picture of calm serenity swathed in a sea of bright forest green as the tea bushes wait patiently to reveal their secrets. For organic tea, Vrikshayurveda (Ayurveda for the plants) methods have improved the soil fertility, corrected mineral deficiencies, righted the pH balance of the soil and have almost eliminated heliopeltis, leaf blister and a host of other plant diseases and pests which could not be controlled by chemical methods. We are sustainable organic plantation. All the waste materials on the plantation is decomposed and put back in the soil as manure. Weeds and other biomass from the plantation are finely chopped and mixed with cow dung and water and put back in the soil as manure.

CONTACT INFORMATION
Phone: 9435031097
Address:
Chottagola A.T.Road, Dibrugarh, Assam, India 786001

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Subject

Your Message

Latest Green Business Listings

Harit Sewa Mission
4.00

Categories:   

Harit Sewa Mission is a voluntary organization founded in 2010, which focuses on building awareness about [...]

BRICS Bio Natural Cleaners
4.74

Categories:   
Biological Research Innovation Centre & Solutions LLP (BRICS Bio) is founded with [...]

IKTARA
3.00

Categories:   

At IKTARA, we make Eco-friendly living easier by bringing green alternatives closer to you.

S.K. Engineers
3.60

Categories:      

S.K. Engineers Provides Economical Green Energy & Waste Management Manual Solutions to Rural Communities to enhance [...]

Association Of Green Industries & Services
4.78

Categories:   

Association Of Green Industries & Services (AGIS) was established as non-profit organization for promoting of a [...]

Eco-friendly companies in India

WindCare India
SOCH Reusable Menstrual Products
Eco Jute

Green Directory India

Trending Green Stories

Close
Loading...