Muttuck Tea Estate

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Muttuck Tea Estate

Information:

  Tea Garden: Muttuck Tea Estate
  Total Grant Area: 761 Ha.
  Area Under Tea: 336.70 Ha.
  Workers: 1247

Overview:

Muttuck Tea Estate, the last of the erstwhile Jokai estates, is located in a region that had been the site of the ancient town of the Mottock emperor and capital of the kingdom of the Mottock Dynasty in upper Assam. The garden is well connected in all the ways by various modes of transportation. It is situated on the national highway no. 37 and Lahowal Joypore Road. It is just 10km away from Dibrugarh town, a prominent & cultural centric city of Assam. Muttuck has an ideal blend of quality clones and seed blocks. The estate is spread over 340 hectares and produces high quality orthodox and CTC teas. Its teas have made a good household name in different countries especially Germany, Russia, Iran & Other West Asian countries where it is exported.


USP:

The Garden is HACCP & ISO 22000:2005 certified and ETP complaint for maintaining the high standard of ethical practices from field to factory. Spraying of 'gobar pani' and tea waste juice and use of vermin compost for advanced bio and environmental friendly practices with reduced dependence on harmful chemical usage.


Grades

Orthodox:
  STGFOP
  TGFOP1
  TGFOP
  GFOP
  FBOP1
  FOP
  FBOP
  GFBOP
  GBOP
  BPS
  BOPF
  OD
  OPD
CTC
  BOP
  BPS
  BOPSM
  CD1
  BP
  PF
  PD
  D
  CD
  BP1

CSR Activities:

  The estate undertakes regular awareness camp on Tuberculosis, Anemia, Polio Vaccination camp etc. in coordination with local public health centre.

  Anti Alcohol, Drug & Tobacco awareness rally in the labour line to reduce the alcoholism, drug abuse and incidence of cancer, tobacco related diseases in the garden.

  Weekly Mothers Club visit in the labour line.

  Formation of Adolescent Girls Club in coordination with UNICEF.

  Community Club for workers as well as staff members.

  Regular sports activities.

  Employment given to higher percentage of women workers in the garden encouraging women's emancipation.

Did you Know?

Globally documented as P 126, this clone has been developed at the M K Tea Panitola Plant.