International Journal of Horticulture and Food Science
2020, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
An innovative technology ensuring one stop service in the horticulture center of Bangladesh
Joynulalam Talukder, Mustafa Nizamul Aziz, Majharul Islam and Ashraful Alam
Existing desired plant collection system from Horticulture centre in Bangladesh is a time and energy wasting process of citizens. So the work was done to develop innovative non-commodity technology for saving time and energy of citizens for founding desired plant/plants with an authorized price as one stop service and to analyze its impacts on technology extension and revenue income. The developed innovative technology i.e, Display Center ensured one stop service to citizens with saving time & energy. The display center impact was highly positive mentioning the rising of 89.93% revenue income and increasing the extension of 68.40% fruit plants, 50.90% vegetable plants, 43.82% spice plants, 924.09% medicinal plants, 37.36% flower and ornamental plants from the last fiscal year 2017-18. Our research findings suggest that the establishment of a display center in a horticulture center could be assured time and energy-saving one stop service to citizens and increased revenue income and commodity technology extension at the desired level.
Joynulalam Talukder, Mustafa Nizamul Aziz, Majharul Islam and Ashraful Alam. An innovative technology ensuring one stop service in the horticulture center of Bangladesh. International Journal of Horticulture and Food Science. 2020; 2(1): 45-48.