tea garden


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tea garden

1. A Japanese garden next to a teahouse, usually small and serene.
2. An outdoor tearoom in a public garden, serving refreshments, including tea.
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2006) study focuses on the sanitation and hygiene of tea garden workers in Bangladesh.
View some of Darjeeling's 80 tea gardens with a ride on the antique Darjeeling Himalayan Railway, operating since 1881 and nicknamed the "Toy Train" for its narrow gauge.
Due to the shallow soil depths at some locations, only 37 sites had soil moisture readings at 30 cm depth on the tea garden hillslope.
Cases were selected randomly after knowing the total population of the tea garden community in a selected area around Dibrugarh irrespective of age and sex.
What brings Rahul's renewed focus on the region is the fact that the Congress did not do well in the tea garden area in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls, when it could win just three of the 14 parliamentary seats from Assam.
Building a tea garden in the most sensitive area is ridiculous," he said.
It is necessary to mention that there is not any seeding tea garden in our country to produce seed and improved seeding and very limited percentage of gardens are equipped with irrigation system and most tea growers are not able to construct these systems and paying the subsequent expenditures and even, in case of inclination among farmers on innovating their gardens, all of them do not have adequate and necessary tools and equipment to uproot, providing standard cultivation bed, redesign of garden drawings on basic determination of row cultivations, performing the operation of crop storage and harvest or mechanized cutting the leaves and most part of tea growers have many problems with in time receiving agricultural necessities such as fertilizers, poison, pesticides and so on.
based writer and photographer Amy Renea prefers to ''chop off big hunks'' of fresh mint, lemon balm, chamomile and sometimes stevia from her tea garden and put them right in the tea kettle.
sculpt the topography of a Japanese Tea Garden using recycled materials.
There was no genuine desire to educate the children of the tea garden labour.
Researches addressing seasonal dynamics in fertility parameters of tea garden soils have been conducted in some regions.
Today, the tea garden employs 600 people, but joining the cooperative is not .