Without few exceptions, organic farming in Bangladesh is still on experimental basis. Based on International Federation of Organic Agricultural Movement (IFOAM) statistics, total land area under organic cultivation in Bangladesh is 0.177 million ha that is only 2 percent of the country’s total cultivable land and till the decade only 100 of its traditional farms have been converted into organic. Actually, organic farming has been introduced in the country particularly by the NGOs. Since the inception of organic farming in the country, still this movement is running with the direct leadership of different NGOs. According to IFOAM (1996), “138 NGOs are the member of the Forum for Regenerative Agriculture Movement (FORAM), 47 of them are engaged in practicing organic agriculture, 87 are intending to practice sustainable agriculture and 3 of them are engaged in advocacy, lobbying and campaign for sustainable development in Bangladesh”.
Fillets producing fish (Pangasius hypophthalmus Sauvage, 1878 ) Habit and Habitat: Pangasius hypophthalmus is fresh water fish species. Mekong River fishery occupied most of that major fish species, Pangasius hypophthalmus is the largest and most important inland fisheries in the world. Pangasius hypophthalmus prolific spawner produce relatively large numbers of larvae that are easily harvested from the river and pond of Viet Nam, Thailand, Cambodia and Bangladesh also. P. hypophthalmus is a highly migratory riverine fish species that makes long-distance migrations.
Isolation and Characterization of Pathogenic Bacteria from Diseased Silkworm (Bombyx mori L.) and Antibacterial Activities of Different Plant Extracts
About 34 to 40 percent of total crop in a year has been reported to be loss due to diseases because of the occurrence of four major diseases namely pebrine (Protozoan disease), flacherie (bacterial disease), grasserie (Viral disease) and muscardine (Fungal disease). Flacherie is known to be caused the assembly of various pathogenic bacteria in silkworms and are commonly known as bacterial flacherie. Continue reading Pathogenic Bacteria from Diseased Silkworm (Bombyx mori L.)→