One of the latest acquisitions by the group, the garden is situated at the Northern banks of Brahmaputra in Sonitpur/Tezpur district of Assam. Available records confirm that the garden was established in the year 1908. The ownership of the estate has changed a couple of times in course of its century plus existence. Originally owned by Borelli Tea Company it was taken over by George Williamson Assam Ltd and thereafter McLeod Russel Tea Company before being acquired by M/s Goodricke Group Ltd in 2019.
The name Harchura is derived from two words, namely "HA" meaning ducks and "CHORA" meaning Grazing. It is believed that "flying duck" would often frequent the garden in large numbers.
It is a compact garden of 473 hectares with two divisions namely "Tekrajuli" and "Harchura". The garden produces predominantly CTC type teas and possess a good clonal bank which naturally enhances the quality of end produce if managed well.
The garden is centrally located and well connected by roads, railway and airport.
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