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After plucking, the leaves are withered in a hall in the orthodox way by exposing freshly plucked leaves to an air stream, which eliminates the excess moisture inherent in the leaf. Seventy percent of the moisture is removed here. After fourteen hours of withering, the fermented leaves are then fed into a rolling machine.