High Precision Combine Harvester can bring Only Profitable Harvesting

The human labor-based harvesting model in our country has at least three significant drawbacks: slower operational speed, increasingly higher wages, and more crop wastages leading to costlier inefficiencies. Additionally, it is estimated that there is 40% labor shortage during harvesting season. To meet these gaps, combine harvester is taking an »

Food Biotechnology in Bangladesh

Bangladesh is an agro-economy based country with a large population compared to its land area and resources. With the country's population projected to reach 192.9 million by 2025 and economic growth transforming the lives of millions, our food demand is expected to be much higher than its current growth »

ASRBC Techniques: Gel purification

Gel-purification is a standard procedure performed to recover desired DNA fragments from agarose gels after electrophoretic separation. After dissolving the gel fragment and running it through a specialized filter, this procedure yields DNA freed from impurities such as salts, free nucleotides and enzymes, suitable for downstream applications. The first step »

Balanced Nutrition for Booming Commercial Orchards

Considering the potentials of the booming fruits’ market, ACI Fertilizer is promoting foliar products – Solubor Boron, Chelated Zinc, NPKS Soluble Fertilizer, Quick Potash, Bioferti, GA3 etc. Balanced fertilization is essential for increasing fruits’ production as well as quality. The number of commercial orchards is increasing rapidly in different areas of »

Promoting Quick Potash against Blast Disease

ACI Fertilizer promoted soluble potash under the brand name “Bumper Quick Potash” for foliar application throughout April 2020. Quick Potash contains 50% Potassium and 17% Sulphur. It can be applied at any stage of the plants as a foliar application or mixing with other fertilizers. The plant can uptake the »

Countrywide Demo for Hybrid Maize Seeds

In April 2020, ACI Seed established 300 demo signboards across the country to promote its Hybrid Maize seed varieties in different farmers’ communities. The demo signboards gave more visibility of ACI’s hybrid maize seed. Farmers can now easily compare the product performance of ACI hybrid maize seed along with »

ACI Hybrid ‘Dhan 6’ Promo reached Thousand Marks

In April 2020, ACI Seed established 1,000 demo signboards across the country for the promotion of its Hybrid Dhan 6 (Dhanai Dhanai Chokka). It is one of the highest selling Hybrid rice variety for the Boro season with very high yield. The variety gained popularity for its yield potentials »

Multi-trial for upcoming Summer Watermelon Variety

ACI Seed conducted a multi-location trial of promising watermelon variety in Chuadanga and found remarkably promising performance. Now summer watermelon is coming in ACI’s range of products. Excellent prolificacy with standard Brix is expected to lead the summer watermelon market. Watermelon has a good market demand across the country. »

ACI Seed: Virtual Training on Vegetables Seed’s Features

In April 2020, ACI Seeds field force attended four virtual training sessions on the vegetable product features of East West Seed. Total 75 participants, including Business Director - ACI Seed, Commercial Manager –EWS, and members from the Marketing and Sales team across the country, participated in the training program arranged »

Brightest Engineered Plants Glow throughout Life Cycle

Nature Biotechnology reports genetically engineered tobacco plants that glow brightly during its entire lifetime. The findings of the study conducted by researchers from Planta and the Russian Academy of Sciences could be used in the development of imaging tools for plants. Compared to previously reported glowing plants, these plants shine »

Why Major Livestock Disease Has Re-Emerged in Europe?

Livestock diseases like bluetongue virus (BTV) can have devastating economic and health consequences, but their origins can be difficult to establish. New research published in the open access journal PLOS Biology shows that the recent re-emergence of BTV in France could have been caused by human activities, based on the »