Sirajganj Desk: Turmeric and yellow colored crop fields in Sirajganj. The beauty that attracted children. The ceremony of yellow across the vast field. Nature is decorated with beautiful yellow color. Yellow flowers are shimmering across the field in the golden winter sun. In the evening, in the soft sun of the western sky, the mustard flowers dazzle the eyes. Only yellow and yellow as far as the eye can see. A handful of yellow flowers across the horizon. The flower is calling the bee, come drink the honey, give it to the crowd. The group of butterflies is running around in the flowers. Vast mustard fields buzzing with bees. Nature lovers are eager to eat yellow-green mustard. Farmers are also smiling due to the good yield of mustard this year. Mustard flower ceremony is now in the crop fields in Gramganj including the larger Chalanbil of Sirajganj. Moumachi Moumachi, Kotha Jao Nachi Nachi – Like the poem by Navakrishna Bhattacharya, the swarm of bees is busy collecting honey. They are busy collecting honey. They are playing hide and seek by coming to eat mustard. In between they pant and gather honey from the flowers in silence. The arms, legs and trunks are intertwined with the flowers and become complementary to each other. They collect honey and fly back to their nest. At the same time, various species of flies and butterflies continue to feed on the mustard. Birds are not left out. On the other hand, many people are coming from far and wide to see the wonderful beauty of mustard flowers. It increases tourism potential. Sales increased in local shops. As a result, they are also benefiting. Edible oil market is on the rise in the country. Soybean oil dispute is going on. As a result, farmers are turning to mustard cultivation. Since mustard cultivation is good in Chalanbil-dominated Sirajganj, mustard cultivation is now going on in a wide field in this district. Vast fields of crops are covered with yellow mustard flowers. After harvesting paddy, farmers in Sirajganj district of Yamuna Par have started mustard cultivation. Farmers say that Bari-14, Bari-17 and Bina-9 modern varieties of mustard are cultivated in this region. It not only fulfills the demand of oil but also the demand of cattle fodder. Also, the wheels of the world are still running by collecting fuel and honey. Children and students are going to school running on the crooked road through the mustard field. Then students with books in their hands and school dresses feel like they have merged into the kingdom of yellow. Again, on the way to school, the killing of brothers and sisters by plucking mustard flowers is also very visible. People of different ages including village girls and women do not forget to use those roads. A village coachman is going to his destination with a load of goods on his head through that path.
During the dry season the easiest means of communication is the winding road through the crops. Mustard seeds are used as a spice. Apart from this, mustard seeds are mixed with water to make various liquids including vinegar. Mustard oil is prepared by grinding the seeds. which is used in cooking. Mustard leaves are eaten as mustard greens or mustard greens. Mustard plants are green and flowers are yellow. It should be noted that mustard has been cultivated on 63 thousand 500 hectares of land in Sirajganj district this year. Which is 9 thousand hectares more than last year. Farmers are turning to mustard cultivation mainly because of the rise in oil prices. The agriculture department says that the farmers are constantly being advised in various ways to increase the cultivation of mustard. Agriculture department hopes to exceed the yield target due to low cost and little labor and good weather. Raju Mostafiz, from Kurigram, said that mustard plantations have been spread across the vast fields in Kurigram too. The whole area is filled with the sweet smell of mustard flowers. Fields and fields are filled with yellow flowers. The farmer’s crop fields are in the eye-catching scene. All regions are full of natural beauty. Mustard has been cultivated in every region of the 16 rivers including Dharla, Brahmaputra, Teesta and Dudhkumar. All mustard seeds are full of bees. Beekeepers are collecting honey here. Mustard has been cultivated in Kurigram district on 16,400 hectares of land. The production target has been fixed at 25 thousand metric tons. But last year, mustard was cultivated in 13 thousand hectares of land in the district. Farmers turned to mustard cultivation as soon as they brought aman crops home.