Some farmers in Bangladesh have increased their production of maize, wheat, and mungbean during the dry season despite reduced availability of irrigation water and rising labour costs. Key to their success has been the conservation of soil moisture, the growing of shorter duration varieties and the use of machinery that sows crops earlier without fully tilling the land.
Agro-Insight, CIMMYT, NTV, RWRC
Need a language?
If you would like this video translated into other languages, please contact email@example.com