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Planthopper outbreaks are associated with insecticide use and researchers have looked for alternative methods to manage these pests. Because of the vagaries of insecticides, which depend on the frequency and timing of applications as well as interactions with the host variety and environment, farmers should...

Vegetable farming is an important sub-sector to increase income, reduce poverty, and improve nutrition, particularly in the developing countries. Although...

Due to Bangladesh’s frequent water shortages, sufficient water to irrigate rice fields is increasingly scarce. Additionally, due to global warming,...

The ability to quantify GHG emissions along the entire value chain from farm to shelf for a specific product is the key to enhancing the transparency of...

Weeds are among the main biological constraints to realizing attainable rice yield potential and significantly reducing profitability. In Bangladesh, the...

The findings highlight the importance of off-farm income as a pathway to move smallholders out of poverty. Assessing the relative proportion of income...

In the past 29 years, the Germplasm Utilization Value Added (GUVA) project has delivered six released varieties that are resistant to some of the major...

Commercial-oriented farming practices have seriously deteriorated soil health along with contributing to environmental pollution. This study suggested...

The rice production method, dry direct seeding (DSR), is the alternate option for the successful cultivation of aus rice where irrigation water is scarce...

The purpose of this document is to serve as a guide for research to support national partners to plan, finance, and implement the agricultural Nationally...