Mango trees blossom abundantly in Panchagarh
Published: 02:39 PM, 28 February 2021 Updated: 02:40 PM, 28 February 2021
The mango trees are in full bloom in all five Upazilas of the Panchagarh district this season. Thousands of mango trees have already bloomed and took an eye-catching look with huge flowers.
After seeing the huge blooming at mango trees this time and if the climate condition remains favourable till the harvesting period, then excellent production is to be found by the growers and the Department of Agricultural Extension (DAE).
Mango trees started blooming in January and continue till mid-March.
Chief Scientific Officer of Projonon seed center of Debiganj Dr Mohiuddin said every year the new mango orchards like Amrapali, Bari mango-4, harivanga varieties are increasing in the district.
The DAE is giving necessary advice to the mango growers for boosting production. It has also given training to farmers on modern technology for safe mango production.
Mango grower in Debiganj Upazila Abdul Malek said he has mango orchard on 20 bighas of land as he was getting economic benefit from last two years.
Last year, he got Taka 10 lakh by selling mango, he said, adding, “I am hopeful of getting more profit from my mango orchard this year”.