Tea Research Institute: The World's Safest Tea Producing Country The main purpose of this tour was to visit the Tea Research Institute in TALAWAKELLE (Dimbula district). I've been here several times in the past on tours, but I was hoping to get some new information, and also to have an in-depth interview about the differences between organic tea gardens and natural tea gardens in Sri Lanka. The person who greeted me with a smile was an old staff member who I am also acquainted with. First of all, I apologized for asking you to force me to have lunch in the past, and since there is no restaurant nearby this time. . . (The lunches at the guest house here are really delicious!) There are 27 Agricultural Standards for fertilizers and pesticides used in Sri Lanka, and all tea gardens in Sri Lanka must comply with these standards. Also, recently, the number of tea gardens that have ISO certification is increasing, and there are lists of pesticide standards from Germany, Australia, France, Japan, the United States, etc., but the values are lower than the standards of any country, especially TRI. It is said that the test results that are lower than the numerical values are determined by are always out. If a disease occurs in a tea tree, it must be reported to TRI, and it will be treated and monitored under strict guidance. ～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～～ Sri Lanka's black tea is the safest in the world. I assure you there is! He said. From time to time, I would like to inform you about the safety of Sri Lankan tea at seminars and lectures. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ !