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Silviculture: A profitable art and need of time

Silviculture: A profitable art and need of time Muhammad Hashim, Moeen Ijaz, Muhammad Shahzad Ali, Asim Yaseen, Munawar Abbas *Institute of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Corresponding Author e-mail: hashimmundrani@gmail.com In the development of human civilization, forests play an important role. By increaseing human population, issues like …

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Meat lovers Alert

Meat lovers must be alert  In ancient times, the man was happy to eat fresh roasted meat at jungle. Only a few herbs were supposed to be  suitable for eating. Latest research conducted at the University of Graz showed that people who eat too much meat (especially red meat) are 20 percent more at risk to develop cancer. Meat has high saturated fats, which are reported to …

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Alcoholic fermentation in beer formation

Bushragull42@gmail.com Alcoholic fermentation is applied for leavened bread and alcoholic beverages. In this process sugars are converted into CO2 and ethyl alcohol. For this process we can use several yeasts but mostly we use saccharomyces genus species such as  S.carolsbergensis and S. cervisiae. We produce beer from barley. From barley …

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Malva Herb: Traditional and Medicinal Use

Malva Herb: Traditional and Medicinal Use Farwa Nadeem1, Mahmood Ul Hasan2, Muhammad Tahir Akram2, Muhammad Muzahir3 1Department of Chemistry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 2Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 3Faculty of Food Nutrition and Home Sciences, University of Agriculture Faisalabad. Human beings are getting and improving knowledge about …

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A Triple-Win Approach for Climate change and Food Security 

A Triple-Win Approach for Climate change and Food Security    Overall context  Today, global community is facing two interconnected challenges of climate change and food insecurity. Out of 6 billion population of the world as estimated by FAO in 2010, nearly 925 million people are chronically malnourished. In developing countries, agriculture sector must reorient and transform …

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Control of Fruit Fly by Different Techniques

Control of Fruit Fly by Different Techniques Introduction: Fruits and vegetables production are the main source of income for farmers. There are many factors which ae responsible for production losses, environmental factors, diseases and also included different types of insect pests. Some pests damage the crops, fruits and vegetables severely. …

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