Manali Hill Agriculture

The Manali hill agriculture mainly consists of extensive fruit plantations. The Manali administration and the Department of Agriculture, Himachal Pradesh have come together to improve the agricultural scenario of the tourism based area. Manali's agriculture is mostly dominated by apple orchards maintained with world class standards. Apart from that orange plantations are also commonly seen in the area.

The Manali Hill Agriculture also comprises of tea gardens. The well managed tea gardens are nestled in the slopes of the green hills. The step cultivation followed to maintain the tea plantation is not only helpful for the plants but also account for lovely scenery from a distance.

Agriculture in Manali is also practiced in small scales in the beautiful resorts of the region. These resorts grow vegetables in their own gardens to supply them in the kitchen of their restaurants. Maybe to a lesser extent but agriculture indeed contribute to the revenue of the Manali area.

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