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Low price frustrating vegetable cultivators in Netrakona
2/26/2006
 

          NETRAKONA, Feb 25 (UNB): The district's vegetable cultivators are being frustrated as they are not getting fair price for their production.
Because of favourable weather, farmers had achieved a bumper crop of winter vegetables this season, but prices for their produce are very low at the local markets.
Moreover, they could not carry their products to other parts of the district as well as of the country due to lack of proper transport facilities.
The farmers said that as there were no cold storages in the district they were forced to sell their vegetables at throwaway prices and incur losses.

 

 
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