Hanoi (VNA) – The century-old ancient tea gardens in Cam Lo district , the central province of Quang Tri , have significantly contributed to the promotion of tourism and economic development in the locality.
The ancient tea tree seems to have been born for this land. This variety has been cultivated in many places but it finds it difficult to thrive.
To harvest leaves from these ancient tea trees, it is necessary to climb a ladder as each tree has a height of up to 10m and a diameter of 30-40cm. tourism and economic development of the locality, saying that the local administration has called on locals to pay special attention to preserving ancient tea gardens as well as maintaining the quality of the trees.
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