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WELCOME TO

TEA RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF
SRI LANKA

The Tea Research Institute (TRI), since its inception in 1925, has been the only national body in Sri Lanka for generating and disseminating new technologies related to tea cultivation and processing. The TRI has always been the driving force behind the numerous successes achieved towards development of the Sri Lankan tea industry over the years. The highly competent staff of the Institute are capable of dealing with ever-changing problems of the industry as they arise.

Our Vision

To achieve excellence in tea research and to provide technological guidance to the tea industry, in order to make Sri Lankan tea the most preferred tea in the world, at a competitive price.

Our Mission

To generate and transfer scientific knowledge and technologies appropriate for the stakeholders to improve productivity and quality of Sri Lankan tea in a most profitable manner.

LATEST RESEARCH HIGHLIGHTS
TRI 5000 series tea cultivars for Uva region
Latest Research
By webadmin / July 20, 2020

TRI 5000 series tea cultivars for Uva region

Evaluations have been completed to recommend TRI 5000 series cultivars suitable for Uva region.

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Poly Clonal Seed Gardens
Latest Research
By webadmin / July 20, 2020

Poly Clonal Seed Gardens

Reproductive phenology study was conducted and new four polyclonal and five bi clonal parental combinations have been identified for establishing...

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Mother Bush Programme
Latest Research
By webadmin / July 20, 2020

Mother Bush Programme

4.5 ha of TRI 3000, 4000 and new TRI 5000 series mother bushes have been planted to disseminate quality planting...

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