The flower that is soaked with the palms of love lovers, Teri is the closest to the closest to the greetings of love. In the flower-filled stalls, various types of attractive flowers, flowering trees and fruit trees seem to be embracing the passers-by including the flower lovers. Flower lovers are spreading the flower decoration in the air of Pabna.
Crowds of flower lovers of different ages, including young men and women, flocked to the flower decoration fair. The flowers are adorned at the fingertips of the children and the flowers are eager to spread their voices. The stalls are adorned with a variety of flowers, flowering plants and fruit trees. Flower lovers are spreading the flower decoration in the air of Pabna. That is why a 10-day flower fair has started on Monday noon in Pabna like every year.
Deputy Director (DD) of District Agriculture Extension Department Md. Abdul Quader presided over the function.
Among others, District Krishka League President Shahidur Rahman Shahid, Master Nursery Owner Abdur Rashid, Mission Nursery Owner Kamal Hossain and others spoke. People of various classes were present at the inaugural function.
Speaking as the chief guest, Ghulam Faruque Prince emphasised on taking care of flower cultivation and urged our government to focus on floriculture. Flowers don’t just adorn, he added, It is also playing a role in our economy. There is no occasion where flowers are not used. Referring to the flower growers of Jashore, Prince further said that a large number of people have become self-sufficient by earning a lot of money. If the flower growers of Pabna like Jashore are also enterprising, the people’s representative mentioned that they will not be stingy in giving incentives.
Other speakers emphasised on training farmers interested in commercial floriculture in Pabna, providing necessary materials and providing government grants.
Under the auspices of the nursery owners, the Department of Agricultural Extension is holding a grand fair in the premises of the farm house. The fair runs every day from 9 am to 9 pm.