Revenues from tea was flat at 650 million rupees, and there was a gross profit of 3.5 million rupees in the quarter from a the product, against a loss of 12.2 million rupees a year earlier.
Revenues from rubber fell to 96 million rupees from 134 million and gross profits to 48 million rupees from 95 million.
Rubber is a high margin product compared to tea.According to Central Bank data Sri Lanka's rubber production fell 11 percent to 26 million kilograms in the first two months of the year.
Rubber prices have also come off from last year's highs. At an auction in April 26, top grade sheet rubber fetched 480 rupees a kilogram, down from 576 rupees a year earlier.