Agriculture and farming in Bangladesh


Number of agricultural advertisements in Bangladesh:2 ads
Number of agricultural events in Bangladesh:0 events
Number of agricultural companies in Bangladesh:616 companies

Agriculture in Bangladesh

Agriculture is a major component of Bangladesh's economy. It employs about 48% and makes up 17 percent to 18 percent in GDP, with 70%-75% land used for agriculture which means it affects almost everything from employment generation to poverty alleviation among other social forces determined by this sector alone! The performance in this area has a major impact on macroeconomic objectives like employment generation, poverty alleviation, human resources development as well other economic and social forces. In 2000, there were 35.8 million metric tons of rice produced with an average yield per hectare estimated at 2-5 tonnes. Bangladesh has lost 80,000 hectares of arable land every year since 1990. The country's population is growing twice as fast now than it was in 1980--this means sustenance needs will increase even more dramatically over time! Climate change may be partially responsible for this problem; changes like increased temperatures and reduced rainfall have caused farmers' yield rates to decrease by up 10%. The land use policy of the Bangladesh government should be updated and implemented immediately to stop further loss of arable land. The current policies don't work, so it is time for a change! Floods, droughts and saltwater environments have been the bane of Bangladesh agriculture. The country needs to emphasis on varieties that can tolerate these natural hazards in order for sustainable crop production while also taking care not overpopulate so as prevent further loss from arable land due to pollution. Bangladesh is one of the world's poorest countries. Despite its limited natural resources, Bangladesh has been able to produce an abundance of rice due in large part to the use and development by Bangladeshi scientists/inventors who are constantly striving for technological innovation that will help them meet future demand with what they have available today.

Agriculture production in Bangladesh

Rice and jute are the main crops in Bangladesh, but maize is becoming more important for farmers due to irrigation networks. Wheat producers have switched over time from growing rice during wet seasons when it's flooded with water that doesn't go away even after rains stop because of its fertility. Tea has also made an appearance thanks largely due northeast's fertile soil conditions. Bangladesh is one of the top producers and exporters in terms agricultural commodities. Rice takes up 35 percent (fourth) place on world's production charts, while potatoes rank seventh with 7% share; tropical fruits occupy sixth position. In 2000 there were 35.8 million metric tons rice produced with an average yield per hectare estimated at 2-5 tonnes. The Bangladesh tea industry is known as one of the oldest and most traditional. The Sylhet region became an important site for cultivating this crop after it was introduced by traders who came from India about 150 years ago - initially only high up where there were sparsely populated areas but eventually expanding further down into what we now know as Greater Chittagong.

Agricultural advertisements in Bangladesh, buy and sell classified ads

Bānshdāha farm for sell

5600.0 USD

Basmati Rice, top qulaity, 2022, best rice price in Bangladesh

1.0 USD

Agricultural companies in Bangladesh



Abul Khair Steel

D.T Road,Pahartali,Chittagong.

Adil Enterprise


Agata Feed Ltd

S.R Tower,54 Airport rd

Alamtara Mercantile Agency


Alfa Logistics




Bengal Trading

kha-15 south badda, Gulshan

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