"Tea garden ecology is a gift from nature and a promise to the future."

geographical environment

The Hejia Ecological Tea Garden is located near the Osmanthus Forest in Mingjian Township, which belongs to the Puzhong tea area. It is about 400 meters above sea level and occupies an area of ​​100 meters. It is located on a gentle slope highland, with deep red soil, soft soil and good drainage. The seat faces south from the north, and its orientation is southeast. It belongs to the Xunfeng hexagram and is well ventilated in all seasons. The tea garden overlooks Jiji Mountain in the east and Yushan Mountains in the south, with a wide field of vision, sunrise in the east and sunset in the west, with plenty of sunshine, which belongs to the full-sunlight tea garden.

"Using weeds to avoid pests and using fallen leaves as compost is a reverence for nature and a cherishment of life."

tea plantation method

Under the guidance of many organic tea seniors, follow the way of returning to the roots of natural fallen leaves, and use a large amount of fallen leaf compost to improve the soil. Earthworms reproduce in large numbers and microorganisms multiply, making the land breathable and softer.

The tea garden adopts the grass picking management method, does not weed the weeds between the rows, and allows them to grow freely, so as to attract all kinds of insects to report and form a rich ecosystem. Under ecological balance and soil improvement, tea trees can thrive. After 105 years, it has become an organic and ecologically healthy tea garden. The tea trees grow high-quality green tea, which is then made into delicious and healthy Hejiahao tea. In 109, it passed the compassionate organic verification and officially became an organic ecological tea garden.