Dhundal production and distribution
The soil in our area is very fertile. So in our area, various vegetables including banana, red cabbage and dhundhan are cultivated. Since we have a lot of vacant land, my family and I took the initiative to cultivate chim and dhundhan and share it among our neighbors. And it inspires me.
This project of mine was im plemented in our own land. It is located in Malanch, Keraniganj, a village outside Dhaka South City Corporation. To implement this, fitggrst collect dhundhal and bean seeds from the market. . Then the soil is dug with a spade and the seeds are planted. After the tree grows, make a bamboo and rope gadget on it. Then after the harvest, we distribute it to 7 families in the vicinity, some parts are eaten by ourselves.
A total of 28 people benefited from at least 4 members of 7 families under this project and this project inspires everyone irrespective of religion to grow vegetables and maintain relationships with neighbors.
Through this I learned vegetable production and vegetable cultivation gazette making.