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Bumper mango yield likely in Rajshahi

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Bumper mango yield likely in Rajshahi

RAJSHAHI: With a massive blooming most of the mango trees in the region, including Rajshahi and Chapainawabganj district, have now worn an eye-catching look predicting a bumper yield of the delicious fruit in the current season, reports BSS.

The blooming mango flowering at this stage predicts an excellent production of the most popular fruit, if the climatic condition remains favourable till its harvesting, experts and scientists concerned viewed.

“I have never seen such a type of abundance sprouting in my life,” said Md Muniruzzaman, president of Rajshahi Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Principal Scientific Officer of Fruit Research Station Dr Alim Uddin said the prevailing climatic conditions are suitable for mango flowering and budding and thousands of mango trees have already worn eye-catching looks with huge blooms.

Flowering began in the middle of January and will continue till mid of this month. Around 90 to 95 percent mango trees have already sprouted buds as a suitable climate has been prevailing for farming.

Dev Dulal Dhali, deputy director of Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE), said the farmers have been caring and taking measures to make mango farming successful everywhere.

The farmers should contact the agriculture officers at the field levels and control the possible attacks by hoppers and some other pest attacks on the mango flowers, if any, for better mango fruit formations and production.

After witnessing the present condition, both the growers and the officials are very much optimistic about high yield of the seasonal fruit. A proper and sustainable management has become an urgent need to save mango flower and fruit from premature dropping as the gardeners and businessmen suffer a lot due to the problem.

 

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