Abdul Awal, Thakurgaon: Although jute was once a neglected product, the use of jute has increased in many areas thanks to the blessings of scientific technology. The most common use is fuel, charcoal, particle board, to make handicrafts. The farmers of the district are trying to make some profit by selling jute along with jute. Also jute has a good reputation as a fuel in most homes. Several people are also seen making a living by selling jute in the town. In this direction, different areas of Sadar Upazila can be seen, rows of jute flour are left to dry by the farmers in the sun. When the crops dry up, the traders buy them from the farmers' homes. They buy jute from farmers at a fair price and sell it in vans to different places. Many are making extra income by doing this. Different uses of jute chalk can be noticed in houses, vegetable field fences, lofts, pan baraj, various handicrafts. But nowadays, jute chalk is widely used in making particle board and jute chalk is widely used in charcoal mills. On the other hand, jute chalk is burnt and its ash is used in crop fields. Farmer Musa Ali of Bhagatgazi area of Raipur Union of Sadar Upazila said that if the jute sand obtained from the jute of 30th century land can be dried and sold, it can earn 5-7 thousand taka. Jute can be sold at a higher price if it is given directly to the charcoal or board factory. Farmer Rafiqul Islam of Arazi Jhargaon Molani village of Chilarang Union of Sadar Upazila said that due to the demand of jute wood, good prices are available. Some losses can be recovered by selling jute. Jute chalk was earlier used only as fuel, but now farmers are getting extra profit due to its use in various purposes. Many have started buying jute from home and selling it in the city. According to the sources of the district agriculture department, jute has been cultivated in 725 hectares of land in the district this year. The target is 6 thousand 280 hectares of land. The production target is 61 thousand 15 metric tons. 6 thousand 817 hectares of land were cultivated last year. The target was 6 thousand 292 hectares of land. The production target was 59 thousand 425 metric tons. Deputy Director of Thakurgaon Agricultural Extension Directorate said. Abu Hossain said that more or less jute has been planted in all upazilas of the district. Bumper yield of jute in the district. It is heard that the jute of this region is sold in various mills and factories of the country including the capital Dhaka. Apart from this, jute is also seen to be exported. Farmers can earn extra profit by doing this. He expressed the expectation that in the future, the farmers will benefit more financially from the various particle board mills and charcoal mills in the country.