March 22, 2023, 12:27 pm
The country's farmers have plunged into a deep despair, as prices of both rice and paddy have started declining with the beginning of Boro harvest in full swing.
Recognising the importance of agricultural mechanisation amid the coronavirus pandemic,
With the Boro cultivation at its fag end, helping the farmers in the final phase
The poultry farmers of across the country sold poultry products worth Tk 267.2 million through mobile sales
LIKE the rest of the world, developed and developing alike, Bangladesh is struggling to cope with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disruptions to agricultural input supply amid coronavirus lockdown have been taking a heavy toll on the cultivation of seasonal crops in Bangladesh, farmers and suppliers have said.
'We have instructed all our units across the country to help farmers as they are suffering from labour shortages'
Palak took part in harvesting paddy of a famer named Akher Ali at Kaigram area adjacent to Ramananda Khazura union of Singra upazila of Natore on the way to meet with DC
To compensate the loss, the government wants jute growers to produce food so the country can cope with an upcoming period of uncertainty
Agriculture Minister Abdur Razzaque on Saturday said farmers in haor areas have already harvested 44 per cent paddy from the field.
mported harvesters cost effective, helpful amid labour crisis but not suitable for region, say experts, farmers.
Fish farmers in Mymensingh region are incurring losses because of transport disruption caused by Covid-19 shutdown.
Vegetable farmers have been incurring big losses for weeks due to supply chain disruptions and a poor demand following the countrywide lockdown.
As there was no monitoring by the local agro officials, the farmers grew seeds which do not match with the local climate
Hundreds of dairy farmers in Satkhira are counting huge losses as they have to dump over 50,000 liters of milk every day for lack of demand at every level amid the virtual lockdown in the country after the coronavirus breakou
Appreciating the government's move to provide Tk 50 billion loan to farmers at low interest rate, experts put emphasis on its proper distribution.
Public representatives and officials of the 16 districts of two divisions attending in the conference
The latest order means all taxes have been waived from the burgeoning sectors
The ordinance was issued during the military regime in February 1984
Experts for imposing restrictions on import of the cooking ingredient