The tea tree is one of the world’s most popular trees and the largest oil producer in the world.

But the leaves are being used as a crop in India and China and their use is putting them under increasing pressure.

As a result, farmers in India have been planting oil palms to boost their crop yields, which have fallen sharply.

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced it was working on a list of potential safe and sustainable oil palm plantation methods.

The list includes oil palm oil that is produced by planting the seeds of the tree in the ground, using chemicals to make the oil blend, and releasing the oil when it matures.

The EPA said in a statement on Wednesday it would look into the possibility of using the oil from oil palm plantations to boost the oil production of Indian tea trees, which are widely used for their medicinal qualities.

India and China have been the largest producers of tea trees in the global tea market, with both countries having more than 70 percent of the global market.

China has been working to diversify its tea production with the planting of millions of tea bushes, a practice that has contributed to the growth of the tea industry in the country.

China also plans to plant an estimated 2.5 million acres of tea tree plantations in 2017, according to the International Tea Alliance, a group of tea producers.

India has the third largest tea tree market in the Asia-Pacific region, according the AP, but is also facing growing pressure to increase its tea exports to help balance the country’s budget.