Harvest Review: Africa

A Dusty Flush Rains throughout East Africa arrived too soon or they arrived in torrents too late -- but mainly they didn’t arrive at all. By Dan Bolton Africa currently produces about 15% of the world’s tea despite the fact that most of the continent’s tea-producing regions are still experiencing the aftermath of the worst drought in 60 years. Kenya is the exception, following a year in which the rain-inducing El Nino poured heavy amounts from October to December 2015 boosting tea

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