The unpredictable weather conditions in the northern and the southern India has affected the tea production in the country. The tea output in the month of April has dipped from 16.52% to 60.98 million kg from 73.04 million kg a year back.
Even the production in the Darjeeling, Terai, Dooars regions of West Bengal had gone down to 10.88 million kg from 11.95 kg last year, which means a drop of around 9%. The production output in Assam fell 18.04% to 30.34% million kg from 37.2 million kg a year back. The production in north India also fell 15.83% to 41.62 million kg from 49.45 million kg.