Potted plants: No longer a breeding ground for mosquitoes?
Abdul Halim of Manikganj has studied science textbooks to devise a novel design for pots to grow plants, without them posing a risk of being breeding grounds for mosquito larvae.
He insists his pots need watering just once every three months, therefore removing the opportunity for mosquitoes to breed.
The Department of Patents, Designs and Trademarks issued a design registration certificate for his device.
Learn more about how Hakim's device actually works in today's episode of Inside Bangladesh