You can easily cultivate tea at your home.

Published on: 17-Sep-2023

For your information, let us tell you that growing tea at home can prove to be a great option. You can grow it in your home and use it. Besides, you can also sell it. Tea lovers can be found in every house in India. These tea lovers must be drinking tea many times from morning till night. If you or someone in your house is a tea lover, then this news is very important for you. Today we will give you information about how you can grow ginger at home. Also, it can be used instead of bringing it from the market.

You can grow tea in your home garden with the help of seeds. To produce it, first, soak its seeds. Keep these seeds soaked in water until they germinate. If you do not want to grow tea plants with the help of seeds, you can also buy them from a nursery. It needs to be transplanted after bringing it from the nursery. You can use it after taking proper care of it.

These works are very important for tea production

Let us tell you that to get the best production of tea, you can bring its cuttings from anywhere and plant it. After taking better care, these plants establish themselves well in the soil in just a few days. Let us tell you that special care has to be taken about the temperature during its production. Tea crop grows best between 10 degrees to 35 degrees Celsius.

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It takes about one to one and a half years for the tea plants to become ready. Its leaves can be harvested thrice within a year. About 500 kg of tea is produced in one hectare of land. You can use tea in your home. If your garden is big, you can produce tea in large quantities, pack it, and sell it in the market.

Amount of fertilizer for Tea Cultivation

Tea plants require a lot of fertilizers. For this, while preparing the pits, around 15 kg of old cow dung and as chemical fertilizer, nitrogen 90 to 120 kg, single super phosphate 90 kg and potash 90 kg should be given to the plants per hectare. This amount of fertilizer should be given three times a year after harvesting the plants. Apart from this, if there is a lack of sulfur in the field, gypsum should be sprayed in the field in the beginning.