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'Parching Method' for Pest Control

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According to agriculturists, this method is very effective in suppressing harmful insects, especially caterpillars. Perching is started within 20 days of paddy planting. They said that at least 10 bamboo aga, kanchi or dal have to be buried to eat one bigha of land.

Sources in the Jessore office of the Directorate of Agricultural Extension say that the amount of land under boro cultivation in the district is increasing every year. Along with this, the use of perching is also increasing among the farmers of the district. In 2023 boro season, 1 lakh 60 thousand 100 hectares of land is cultivated in the district. Of this, 20 percent of the land is perched. In the current season, boro has been cultivated on 160 thousand 675 hectares of land in the district. Among them, perching has been done on about 40 thousand hectares of land till last Thursday; Which is 25 percent of the total plantation. Perching is still going on.

Farmer Khorshed Alam of Raghabpur village of Sharsha upazila has cultivated boro paddy on three bigha (bigha in 33rd century) land. He is perched to eat the whole thing. He said, a few days after planting the saplings, he buried 50 bamboo kanchis to eat. This method is very good. It also costs less.

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