Sunflower cultivation gets popular in Netrakona By Our Correspondent | Last Updated: 13th February, 2021, 00:00

NETRAKONA: Farmers in the district have started cultivating sunflower, finding it to be a profitable crop. Farmers have been showing their keen interest to cultivate Sunflower in their fellow lands as…

Sunflower cultivation gets popular in Netrakona

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