Jubaidur Rahman, Mohammad Monirul Hasan Tipu, Md. Mashiur Rahman, M R Ali

Doi: 10.26480/taec.02.2022.76.80

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Spices have been used since ancient times. A spice can be purchased in a variety of forms, including fresh, whole dried, or pre-ground dry, which requires additional processing before being used as a value-added product. Spices have been shown to help prevent and treat a range of ailments, including cancer, aging, metabolic, neurological, cardiovascular, and inflammatory diseases. Bangladesh is already experiencing the adverse effect of global warming and climate change. For that reason, government of Bangladesh has placed special emphasis on the development of minor crops under crop diversification programme. Bangladesh has 0.83 million of hectares of land under Charland which English meaning riverine island with 64 to 97 percent of it under cultivable as a result vast area of unfavorable eco-system specially char land may be selected to produce minor spices. The present review aims to know the suitability and yield performance of minor spices at charland of Bangladesh during rabi 2019-2020. In the experiment black cumin, fennel, coriander, fenugreek and dill considered as minor spices which were produced in char land well performed. They have extra character of well developed root length for uptake of water when faced water scarcity. Char land may be selected to produce minor spices for full fill the demand of our country and save foreign currency.

Pages 76-80
Year 2022
Issue 2
Volume 3