Mount Emei organic tea cultivation record
It is mount Emei tea that lu You, a poet in the Song Dynasty, praised in his poem "Snow bud comes from Emei, without losing red capsule to Guzhuschun".
At the foot of Mount Emei, Longdong Village is 1,100 to 1,600 meters above sea level. With dense vegetation and thick soil, it is shrouded in clouds and fog in the morning and evening, which makes the ecological environment better. The organic tea produced here has become the representative of good tea in Sichuan.
Every tomb-sweeping Day before and after, diligent tea farmers with a small tea cage between the waist, hands flying, dexterously began to pick fresh leaves.
Since the late ninety s the implementation of returning farmland to forest, ecological agriculture expert kan king wong is in line with the responsibilities of the job for agriculture and commitment to local farmers, in longdong village to help the local people solve the problem of surplus labor force and increase, without interference of emei mountain has good ecological environment system, relying on a large amount of waste and old tea garden, with local villagers in emei mountain nature reserve, in land lease way to foster homegrown lobules of original tea more than 5000 mu.
These tea gardens are all distributed in the original dense forest, symbiotic with a variety of rare animals and plants. The usual weeding and deinsectization work is carried out through the biological chain. There is no pollution, no pesticide, no chemical fertilizer, no herbicide, and tea trees grow in the original and wild state without pollution.
In the past 20 years, guided by the concept of green development and in strict accordance with the production system and methods of organic agriculture, Mount Emei organic tea has been awarded various organic certifications by the Organic Food Development Center (OFDC) of the State Environmental Protection Administration for 17 consecutive years.
Today, the green development concept of organic tea in Mount Emei is talked about by local tea farmers, which has deeply inspired the local villagers' awareness of protecting the ecological environment of Mount Emei, a world natural and cultural heritage site.