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Training for production & preservation of quality jute seeds
Apr '09
In recent decades, synthetic fibers are causing frightening and unfavorable effects on the environment and ecology, due to which demand of jute has increased remarkably, said experts, during the concluding session of two-day training course on production and preservation of high quality seeds of jute and kenaf.

This training course was carried out with the purpose of raising production of the 'Golden Fibre' in regaining its past glory. Experts said the demand of jute has been increasing very rapidly around the world because of its eco-friendly nature and does not pollute the environment when thrown away.

The course was organized by Rangpur Regional Centre of Bangladesh Jute Research Institute (BJRI) at its training centre. BJRI had organized this training course for being self-dependent in quality jute and kenaf seeds production, with the purpose of meeting local demand and increasing jute production in the country.

This training course was organized for 100 participants including sub-assistant agriculture officers of the DAE and field level government and NGO officials of Rangpur, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat, Nilp-hamari, Gaibandha and Bogra districts.

All the latest technologies for producing and preserving the high quality jute and kenaf seeds have been demonstrated by the scientists and experts during this two-day training course. The participants of the course have been urged to involve more farmers in the production and preservation process of jute and kenaf seeds.

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