Collaborative research projects

Salinity tolerance…

Prof Md. Shariful Islam
Prof Md. Nizam Uddin
Salt doctors

The present research will be conducted to find out the salinity tolerance dynamics in different crop varieties to combat the present and future salinity threat to sustainable agricultural production due to climate change and food security in salinity prone areas.

Role of shifting

Prof Dr. Md. Mamun-ur-Rashid
CIMMYT

The highly vulnerable southern belt of coastal Bangladesh suffers from salinity, sea level rise, erosion, cyclone, and storm surges, which pose threats to the livelihood and food security of the coastal dwellers.

Screening of landraces…

Md. Saiful
Salt doctors

The accumulation of organic compounds is one of the adaptive mechanisms to salinity in plants. The present investigation will be carried out to screen landrace rice genotypes for salt tolerance at seedling stage and to evaluate the effects of soil organic amendments to minimize negative effects of soil salinity on rice.

Potential application

Dr. Mahbub Robbani
CIMMYT

Crop-livestock integration

Muhammad Jahangir Hossen
CIMMYT

Enhancing the mungbean productivity

Dr. Md. Delowar Hossain
CIMMYT

Enhancing adoption of wheat

A. K. M. Mostafa Zaman
Shamim Mia
CIMMYT

Effects of organic soil amendments

Md. Kamal Hossain
Salt Doctors

Reducing Carbon Food Print

A. K. M. Mostafa Zaman
Shamim Mia
CIMMYT