The New Agriculture Movement ( Template: Lgn-bn ) is an agricultural movement in Bangladesh that opposes the use of Western pesticides and genetically altered seeds. 
The Movement Began in response to environmental hazards That Were Believed to-have-been started by the use of insecticides and nematicides in the growing of crops . 
In addition to health concerns the movement of organic farming , and the use for food and animal feeds of plants which are often considered as weeds.  This is seen as both of the self-sufficiency and distancing of Bangladesh from Western development firms and the International Monetary Fund . 
Nayakrishi: has a special emphasis is Supporting women, with a program of Supplying cattle to poor female-headed Households qui are kept up to a calf is born, When the original animal is Passed it to Reviews another family, and the organization of the Specialized Women’s Seed Network to collect seeds from local varieties of crops. 
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