In the area of ??Tenzing Bodosa green tea in the village of Assam Udalguri district Kachibari, you will see hornbills, wild boars, deer and peacocks, but that’s not all. At two farms in the Bodoland area of ??the village you will pass through more than 70 elephants, which leads to their certification is the Elephant Farm first friendly match in the world. From: But this business, which now generates revenue of Rs 60 lakh 70, was not built overnight. At the age of 10, Tenzing started caring for ancestral farms after his father’s death. He received alternative jobs to support his mother, who was the sole breadwinner. In a conversation with, he says, In 13 years, I learned everything from “hard, mechanical work, how to run a machine and how to set up a small factory. It gives me more confidence to do almost all the work. The ancestral farm, until growing rice and vegetables, slowly experimented with tea because of growing demand. Tenzing has met with many tea producers to understand the nuances of tea. Most of the recommended use of pesticides and fertilizers, and the family began to face serious health problems. It’s when they choose to switch to organic farming. Father, he and my mother never use chemicals on our farm. They always use an organic fertilizer made from cow and urine. We do not support the smell of chemicals. And then I saw the fish die in my pond. Pesticides are nothing but poison. Everyone starts the day with tea; I can not give them poison, said Tenzing. In 2007, he started growing organic tea and was the only person among the 12,000 who worked on it. He has set up a processing unit and has so far trained 30,000 farmers. Finally, the markets in Canada, Germany, the United States and the United Kingdom are opening up for him. Today he owns 25 acres of land, 7.5 acres of land for tea. The most attractive part of the farm, however, is the most wooded area where he has planted bamboo to feed the elephants. In a conversation with him, he added, A lot of things you just bravely tried. Do you have an interesting story to share? Please email us at tci Qua Contact Us . To stay up to date with more positive news, please connect with us and. . .
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