‘’RECONSIDERCROP DIVERSIFICATION UNDERNEATH DYNAMICAL CLIMATE, GEOPHYSICAL SCIENCE AND FOOD HABIT IN PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF BANGLADESH’’

  MD. RUHUL AMIN; SHANIQUA ISLAM; DR. ROMAZA KHANUM

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ABSRACT

ABSTRACT

Hot temperature, frequent and intensive flood, cyclone and alternative natural disasters thanks to temperature change became acute in People’s Republic of Bangladesh and would be severe in future. Besides, water crisis thanks to shortage of upstream flow and extremely very little downfall in season would have an effect on during a same approach. Gradual higher dependency on groundwater irrigation throughout previous few decades created pressure on groundwater even when an enormous discharge throughout time of year. victimization secondary information, this analysis analyzed the changes in cropping pattern alongside a forecast of space to be distributed among numerous crops in 2029-30 and projected a re- distribution considering probable failure, water crisis and alter in food habit. Inherit rice- dominated food habit and government incentive policy inspired farmers to be focused extremely on water-intensive rice farming. However, a recent tendency of less rice consumption would encourage crop diversification in future. AN incentive policy for farming of heterogeneous crops and their intensification all told crop seasons would be effective to cut back pressure on groundwater and to steer a balanced food basket in People’s Republic of Bangladesh.

KEYWORDS

Temperature Change, Water Crisis, Food Security, Crop Diversification.

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AUTHOR’S AFFILIATION

MD. RUHUL AMIN

Department Of Agriculture Sylhet Agricultural University Bangladesh.

SHANIQUA ISLAM

Department Of Agriculture Sylhet Agricultural University Bangladesh.

DR. ROMAZA KHANUM

Department Of Agriculture Sylhet Agricultural University Bangladesh.

 

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