Flower farming commercially viable in Bangladesh

When Sher Ali, a farmer of Panisara village in Jhikargachha upazila of Jessore, started commercial cultivation of tuberose (rajanigandha) on just 30 decimals of land in 1983, none could imagine that flower farming could be profitable.

Inspired by Sher Ali, many in the village and adjoining Gotkhali started flower cultivation commercially in the late 1980s and early 1990s.

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