Home / Agri News / Funds released for agriculture development

Funds released for agriculture development




  • Under PSDP 2017-18, the government has released Rs 199.016 million for national pesticides residue monitoring system in the county as against the total allocation of 284 million during the period under review.

    In order to exploit the agriculture and livestock potentials of tribal areas of the country, the government had allocated Rs 181.833 million for up-gradation of Arid Zone Research Institute to the level arid zone research center and establishment of new adaptive research cum demonstration institute at Seakch, Wana, South Waziristan Agency, Miranshah, North Waziristan Agencies, Tank and Motora, Laki Marwat and released Rs 127.284 million.

    Under the development programme, Rs 103.275 million was released for risk based control of foot and mouth diseases in Pakistan as against the total allocation of Rs 134.920 million for fiscal year 2017-18.

    In order to promote aqua feed production in the country to promote the aquaculture in the country , an amount of Rs 40.174 million had been released for aqua feed production in Pakistan for commercially important cultureable fishes as Rs 48.174 million was earmarked for the project during current year.

    So far the government has released Rs 14 million each for commercialization of soyabean crop on pilot scale in Pakistan and establishment of animal quarantine station at Gwadar, where as Rs 20 million was respectively allocated these projects.

     

    About Saad Ur Rehman Malik

    I am Saad Ur Rehman from Bahawalpur and I've completed my BSc (Hons.) in Agronomy. I am the editor here and CEO at Hum Pakistan web portal, President at Al Rehman Rural Development Organization, Secretary Information at Society for Human Rights and working as Coordinator of E-Bahawalpur. My agriculture coursework and journalism background helps me that how to communicate about issues that affect farmer's everyday lives.

    Check Also

    Kalabagh-Dam-Map

    Kalabagh Dam must to avert water crisis: LCCI

    Report Issue: * Suggest Edit Copyright Infringment Claim Article Invalid Contents Broken Links Your Name: …

    Leave a Reply

    Be the First to Comment!

    avatar
      Subscribe  
    Notify of