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Dr. Rashad M. Balal, *Dr. M. M. Khan, Dr. M. Afzal and *M. Adnan ShahidUniversity College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha, Sargodha.*Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture 38040 Faisalabad. Plants bend toward many adaptive strategies in response to...
Pakistan is a God gifted country. It has vast diversity in its soil and climate, which is suitable for the production of fruit, vegetables, flowers and other crops. Many different types of fruits of high value are produced...
Rashad M. Balal, Dr. M. Mumtaz Khan, M. Adnan Shahid and M. Waqas Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture 38040 Faisalabad. Pakistan is an agricultural country and production of fruits is the part and parcel of this...
Livestock is a major sector in agriculture. Livestock accounts for 52.2 % of agricultural value added. It contributes 11% to Gross Domestic Products (GDP). About 30-35 million rural people depends directly or indirectly on livestock sector for their livelihoods....
Agriculture is a risky business because it deals with uncertain factors such as weather and market conditions. This uncertainty can result in variable returns (farm income) to the decisions that farmers make in a particular season....
Some of the issues are playing very important role in the way of development and they act as hurdles and barriers. This document focuses not only on current problems in rural development but also give the suggestions of sustainable...
EDIBLE oil is extracted from seeds of crops like rapeseed, mustard, groundnut, linseed, sunflower, soybean, sesame and canola grown in the country. However, a large quantity of edible oil is obtained from cotton seed. The...
The edible oil requirements have increased from 0.3 million tons to 1.95 million tons. Per capita consumption of edible oil is around 14-15kg as against an average of 8-9kg for developing countries. But the production...

Fall out of Baglihar Dam

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The construction of Baglihar dam will not only deprive Pakistan of 321,000 acre feet of water during the three months of Rabi season and will have far reaching consequences on agriculture, as well. The 450MW ...
Dry land farming pertains to high-yield and high-efficient agricultural production on areas without irrigation and largely depending upon natural rainfall through the adoption of different dry land farming technologies. Given the severe shortage of water resources, irrigation alone...

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