India’s evaluated tea generation fell by 6.59 percent to 115.06 million kg amid November in 2018 as against 123.18 million kg created in the year-back month, as indicated by information from the Tea Board India.
The fall underway by 8.12 million kg for the month was because of decline in harvest yield, both in north and south India.
In north India, Assam’s assessed generation for the month diminished to 57.42 million kg, somewhere near 8.57 percent from 62.80 million kg created in the relating month of 2017 while West Bengal’s creation for the month remained at 35.99 million kg, fall by 2.94 percent from 37.08 million kg delivered around the same time of a year ago.
Taking Assam, West Bengal and others together, the assessed harvest creation amid November in north India diminished to 95.88 million kg when contrasted with 102.29 million kg delivered around the same time in 2017.
In south India, including Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka, the tea creation was at 19.18 million kg in the month under audit as against 20.89 million kg delivered in same month in 2017.