Hi fans, how is the weather with you? Here it's sunny with a little cloud but the recent rain has produced more leaves so production should be high this month. Thanks, Austin
Hi everyone, this week I've been working with a team of 42 people on the rooibos field and two of the people can cut more than one ton of tea in a day! From Jan
Hi fans, this week I'm meeting with a tea expert from India called Ranjit. We're sharing tips on good tea and agricultural practice with the community and showing him around the factory. Thanks, from Fredrick
Hi fans, do you have any plans this weekend? I'm going to Blantyre to visit my elder brother and am going to check on some tea fields on the way. Enjoy the weekend, Stanford
Hi fans, we are in the new school year here at the centre. My grandson started his first year of school in January and my granddaughter her second. I can tell she enjoys it as she's always happy when she arrives home. Thanks, Victorie
Hi everyone, my plan to grow more fruit at home this year is going well. I've already harvested the grapes, apricots and plums and now I'm waiting to pick the pears, apples and pomegranates. Thanks, from Jan
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Hi fans, we have had a good amount of rain lately so we're pleased to say that leaf production has remained high. From Austin
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Hi everyone, here everything is going well. We are in the rainy season but this is good news as the transplanting of tea seedlings is going on so they are strong and healthy. Are you growing any plants this year? From Stanford
Lunchtime at the children's centre in South Africa where children of tea estate workers learn and play with their friends. On today's menu: lamb with rice, vegetables and dumplings!
This time of year in Malawi brings the rain with it which means crops in the kitchen gardens - especially the leafy vegetables - are looking healthy!
Hi fans, it's a new year and we are making new plans. The key this year is to grow strong, healthy tea plants and we're already producing good results. From Austin
Hi fans, we are plucking leaves and things are looking very good. My goal for this year is to organise our local football competition again and we might start a netball competition too. What about you? From Fredrick
As we welcome 2017, we welcome new growth, fresh crops and prosperous harvests. Happy New Year!
On behalf of everyone at Tetley Farmers First Hand, we hope you have a great New Year's Eve!
Hi everyone, my hope for next year is to grow more food at home. I feel very proud that my children Jerry and Yoland can pick fresh peaches and nectarines, and next year I want to grow more vegetables. Have a happy new year, Jan
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas from Tetley Farmers First Hand!
Hi fans, the children are now on their Christmas holiday from school and are very excited. We wish you a great Christmas, from Laston