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That little one went to Korea  Today we will hear a success story of our Khulna division. He is now 11th in the list of successful farmers of the country.  His success is only by cultivating kachu.  Not just sitting with kachu.  Now he is cultivating Chuijhal, Bt brinjal, guava and has done cattle farm.

 Newton Mandal of Ghona Madardanga village in Rangpur union of Dumuria upazila of Khulna.  Panikchur fields can be seen along the Daulatpur-Shahpur road of the metropolis.  He is now known in the area as Kachu Newton.  At one time Newton Mandal worked in a private jute mill.  While working in a jute mill, he contracted a respiratory illness.  He quit his job at the mill.  What to do in a world of scarcity.  He started farming with 34 acres of land next to his house.  As it was not profitable, in 2005 he planted Panikchur saplings of local variety in some parts of the land.  Then he did not have to look back.  Now the amount of land is 55 percent.  The rent of this land is 12 thousand rupees per year.  Now he earns about 5 lakh rupees every year by selling kachuralati, flowers and kachu and saplings.  There has been quite a reputation in the area.  The saplings are planted in their own way by collecting some native panicle saplings from the fence.  Planting is completed between December and January.  Kachu saplings are planted at a distance of three feet.  Cultivation is done with a spade one foot deep.  After planting the seedlings give organic and chemical fertilizers in a balanced manner.  After 45 days of planting, the seedlings are suitable for sale.  His kachu is up to 6 feet long.  Each weighs 20/32 kg.  Newton took kachu to Khulna city in his own van and sold it.  He also sells using information technology (Facebook).  Now preparations are underway to send that Kachu to Korea.  Kachu was being removed from the field and cleaned.  Later it is cut with one hand and allowed to dry in the sun.  After drying for three / four days, he is bringing the kachu to Khulna city and delivering it to the Korean buyer.

 Kachu farmer Newton Mandal said, so far my kachu has gone to different parts of the country including Khulna, Barisal, Dhaka.  Now that kachu is going out of the country.  Once upon a time people walked by but no one looked back.  Now people from different parts of the country know me.  Many big people come to see my field.  Labor never fails.  Now the only dream is for the girl to grow up and become a doctor.  Will serve the poor, miserable people of the area.
 Newton's wife Smritilata Malakar said many people talked a lot in the beginning.  We did not stop.  And now our family's prosperity is back in that kachu.  Our daughter is going to school.  I have done cattle farm.  Guava cultivation, Bt brinjal and chuijhal cultivation is also getting better.
 Dumuria Upazila Agriculture Officer Md. Mosaddek Hossain said Newton Mandal is a good farmer.  We are monitoring him regularly.  Giving necessary advice.  This kachu is quite tasty.  His kachu is now being processed to go to Korea.
I can see the paddy is drying in a shed and the rice is taken out after threshing.
 A pair of Tulshimala rice from Sherpur has been available for hundreds of years.  Tulshimala is an invaluable gem to the farmers of Sherpur.  This rice looks small and fine, it has a beautiful aroma. Tulshimala is also called Jamai Aduri Chaal.  As soon as the new son-in-law arrives, the in-laws will cook Tulshimala polao, khichuri, payes or pitha.  Moh Moh Sugandha will let you know that Tulshimala rice is being cooked Tulsi Mala is fragrant for up to 4/5 hours after eating cooked rice. In the past, a class of elite farmers used to produce this rice.  The zamindars of Sherpur district, which was once inhabited by zamindars, were accustomed to eat this delicious dish of rice.In the houses of the zamindars, the English used to serve as much bahari food as Tulshimala rice.  On the way, some Tulshimala rice was also put in the cart to please the English.  This custom of giving Tulshimala rice to someone special or distant is still going on in Sherpur.  Someone special is actually still happy with 2-10 kg of Tulsi Mala rice. Although the production of hybrid rice is increasing day by day in the competitive market, the demand for local variety Tulshimala has not decreased.  The value of this Tulshimala rice is increasing in the country and abroad. Although the production of this paddy islow, the price and demand remain intact throughout the year.  In the age of modern hybrids, in addition to elite farmers, many farmers now produce this paddy However, even a 60-year-old farmer cannot say when and where this variety of rice was brought from. Everyone said, 'We got it from our ancestors'. This paddy has been cultivated in limited lands in Nalitabari, Jhenaigati, Sreevardi upazilas in the hilly areas of the district from far east. Delivered to all corners of the country by courier. You have to order a minimum of 5 kg, if you take any quantity more than 10 kg, the charge in the courier is completely free.

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