Coral fish, which is called sea bass in Asia, is also known as barramundi in Australia and Bhetki fish in Bangladesh. This tasty fish is usually found in the coastal areas of the country. But nowadays the saltwater fish is being cultivated in freshwater as well
Farmers are true entrepreneurs as progress of future economy of our country depend in their hands.
Many farmers across the country are now becoming interested in commercial cultivation of different fruits and crops.
After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war, which has a huge impact on the global economy, has upset the whole world.
Agriculture in Tangail region has changed a lot in the last three decades.
According to researchers at Bangladesh Fisheries Research Institute (BRFI), more than 150 pearl farmers in 90 upazilas under 41 districts of the country are currently engaged in cultivating about 6,00,000 oysters.
The agriculture sector is one of the key economic pillars of Bangladesh. Just after liberation in 1971, its contribution to GDP was around 60 percent.
It requires direct investment to commercialise and modernise the agriculture sector. Over 40 percent of Bangladesh's total labour force is engaged in the farming sector.