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Farmers earn more in vegetable farming in sandy areas

Farmers in Sundarganj, an Upazila district in Bangladesh, find a way to use sandy areas as lands to do vegetable farming. As a result, smallholder...

Bangladesh plans to cultivate saline-affected lands to combat crop losses

The SaltFarm Texel and International Cocoa Organization (ICCO) has initiated the development of cultivable lands that are affected by soil salinity in Bangladesh through...

Largest retail chain in Bangladesh leads growers on chemical residue-free produces

Shwapno, the largest retail chain in Bangladesh, initiated the program "Good Agricultural Practice" to teach growers on the proper use and application of pesticides...

Bio-engineering of cash crop in Bangladesh combats crop pests

Due to the devastating effects of Brinjal, an insect that feeds on crops, on one of the major cash crops in Bangladesh, the U.S....

Bangladesh, Australia joined efforts in producing stress-tolerant crops

The Department of Agriculture of Bangladesh conducted a workshop to address the efforts of the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) in developing...

Semidwarf1: Key to help rice plants survive floods in Bangladesh

Researchers from Tohoku University have identified a gene called SD1 (Semidwarf1) that when inserted in deepwater rice plants, it will grow to overcome flooding conditions in deepwater environments of Bangladesh. Source: Chrissy Sexton, Earth.com | Photo by Alice Smith, Unsplash
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