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1 July, 2018 00:00 00 AM
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Regional workshop held

BSS

Rajshahi: Paddy scientists and researchers here have underscored the need for acquiring updated knowledge for a proper management of blast disease in aromatic rice in transplanted Aman season, reports BSS.

The field level extension officials and others concerned should be equipped and enriched with modern ideas so that they can manage the disease for boosting rice production in the greater interest of food security.

They made this observation while addressing a regional workshop titled “Blast Disease and its Management in Aromatic Rice in Transplanted Aman Season” in Rajshai city yesterday. Regional station of Bangladesh Rice Research Institute (BRRI) organised the workshop at its training dormitory discussing ways and means on how to manage the disease collectively. Integrated Management of blast disease for enhancing rice production in relation to climate change project financially supported the workshop.

BRRI Directors Dr Ansar Ali and Dr Tomal Lota Aditya addressed the workshop as chief and special guests respectively with additional director of DAE SM Mustafizur Rahman in the chair.

 

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