Intrusion of saline water has kept crop farming in the south-western region at stake, causing an ultimate reduction in the supply to the food bank in Satkhira, reports UNB.
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Saline water intrusion has caused damage to boro paddy seedlings on 350 bighas of land in Dumuria upazila of Khulna, reports UNB.
ALAPPUZHA: Poor rainfall, increase in the salinity of Vembanad lake and oil leak from houseboats and government service boats have adversely affected the 'puncha' cultivation in Kuttanad.
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