Viral diseases of economic crops
M. Mithal JiskaniViral diseases of economic crops

The viruses are parasitic in nature and cause the most infectious group of diseases, of all forms of livings (including human being, animals and plants). The viruses are very small to that of all others and can not be seen with necked eye, nor with the he [ ... ]

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Pedigree Dairy Breeds : Sahiwal
http://www.thecattlesite.comPedigree Dairy Breeds : Sahiwal

History The Sahiwal originated in the dry Punjab region which lies along the Indian-Pakistani border. They were once kept in large herds by professional herdsmen called "Junglies". With the introduction of irrigation systems to the region they began to be  [ ... ]

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Buffalo Breeds in Pakistan
Bakhat B.KhanBuffalo Breeds in Pakistan

  There are three types of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) of the old world: Cape buffalo of Africa, water buffalo of the Near and Middle East, and Swamp or marsh buffalo of the Far East. These types differ from each other in outward appearance, habits, and te [ ... ]

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Source Of Major Health Benefits In Olive Oil ...
ScienceDailySource Of Major Health Benefits In Olive Oil Revealed

Scientists have pinned down the constituent of olive oil that gives greatest protection from heart attack and stroke. In a study of the major antioxidants in olive oil, Portuguese researchers showed that one, DHPEA-EDA, protects red blood cells from damage [ ... ]

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Pakistan lags behind in per hectare crop yiel...
Mansoor AhmadPakistan lags behind in per hectare crop yield

The Statistical Book 2011 of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) reveals that Pakistan is way behind in wheat, rice, sugarcane and pulses production, both globally and regionally. According to experts, water shortage, absence of hi [ ... ]

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What is Wheat?
wheatfood.orgWhat is Wheat?

Sometimes called the wheatberry, the kernel is the seed from which the wheat plant grows. Each tiny seed contains three distinct parts that are seperated during the milling process to produce flour.

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Problems and constrains regarding Agriculture...
Ahmad Mahmood, Muhammad Waqas Azam

The farmers of our country are mostly un-educated and lack technical knowledge .They are unable to unde4rstand the modern scientific methods of agriculture and often remain ignorant of good means to protect and increase their yield. Their production is the [ ... ]

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Encouraging private investment in farming
Bilal HussanEncouraging private investment in farming

The contribution of agriculture, currently at 23.5 per cent of the gross domestic product (GDP), can be increased with active coordination of public and private sectors. The need is to give agriculture sector top priority. Pakistan has not been self-suf [ ... ]

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Environmental hazards of pesticides
M. Saleem & Dr M. Arshad

ABOUT 25 million agricultural workers in developing countries suffer from pesticide poisoning each year that includes a significant number of women, says the World Health Organization (WHO). Most of the applied pesticides in these countries have been class [ ... ]

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Reducing Food-borne Illness: Gut Health
thepoultrysite.comReducing Food-borne Illness: Gut Health

Genes and genetic pathways involved in the intestinal health of chickens and pigs are described and genome-wide prediction tools for intestinal health are defined in the final scientific report from the EU group, Sustainable Animal Breeding (SABRE) subtitl [ ... ]

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