We Bangladeshis usually eat to fill our stomachs when we are hungry. Again sometimes for fun or to taste. But the need to eat is the supply of nutrients or fuel to the body organs. Since we live in an agricultural country, we like to eat all the vegetables, fruits and roots. Again, the market of our country is always full of vegetables according to the season. That's why we get food all year round when we raise our hands. But the problem is elsewhere.Our farmers work hard to produce crops every season. And farmers all over the country collect the same crop together. So seasonal vegetables become more than the demand for a short time. Therefore, the prices of those agricultural products are further reduced. So farmers cannot benefit. On the other hand, due to the lack of adequate cold storage for these perishable agricultural products, all the dreams and hard work of the farmers (millions of tons of crops) turn into rotten waste. Then the farmer has nothing to do. But there is really nothing to do For example, every farmer should always think of alternative marketing measures in addition to the regular market for his produce. One should think, if the produced crop cannot be sold in the regular market at the right price? What can be done then o solve this problem we need to see what alternative methods of any crop can be used to protect the farmer from losses. Let's see Tomato, radish, carrot, eggplant, potato, mushroom, jackfruit, pineapple, mango, lemon, papaya, banana, olive, mango, onion, garlic, ginger etc. Our farmers are in trouble. These agricultural products, what alternative systems can be profitable for farmers. 1, tomatoes It is a vegetable that is the magic wand of fun cooking. In our country, tomatoes are usually cultivated extensively in winter. But tomatoes are available in the market for only three to four months. Sadly, at this point in time, tomato growers in Tuku are losing more than they are gaining. On the other hand, the interesting thing is that the price of tomatoes skyrockets throughout the year except for four months of the season. Where no one wants to buy tomatoes at Rs 2 per kg in the season, everyone buys the same tomatoes for Rs 200 all year round. Again many times it is not available. But with a little awareness, we can save year-round tomatoes. Or, we can make cultivated tomatoes marketable all year round with little effort. Let's see what alternatives to tomatoes can be stored Tomatoe Store in cold storage for short days.Cut and store in the sun or dryer.
Chas or Kesav made. Boiled and boiled. (Air tight pasteurized)Making pickl2, radish. Preservation after drying in the sunPickles can be mcarrots.Keep in cold storagePreservation after drying in the sunConduct Can be stored in the fridge for a long Frozen market varietieseggplant * Sun-dried storage Boiyam variety fried in oil. (Air tight,pasteurized potatoes.Cold storage. French fried size cut and fry in lightoil and stored in the fridge and marketed. Cut into slices thinly in the form of sips, half boiled, dried in the sun or in a dryer, stored and marketed Mushroom Preserved and market varieties dried in the sun or in a dryer. Boiled packets, books and cans Varieties, preserves and market varieties. In addition, all the above mentioned crops can be stored and marketed. You will be surprised to know that banana and jackfruit sips are great to eat. The price is more unimaginable. Ginger can be stored and marketed in the form of garlic powder and onion, paste and powder.