Apple losing flavour among Kodai ryots
The New Indian Express|August 21, 2023
THE dew-pearled apple orchards of Kodaikanal could soon become mere keepsake memories of past excursions if the state does not intervene to assist farmers.
GAYATHRI VENKATESAN
Apple losing flavour among Kodai ryots

The situation is so drastic that apple is now cultivated in less than 10 acres in Kodaikanal.

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