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Phytoremediation: An effective remedial technique

Phytoremediation: An effective remedial technique Muhammad Umair Yasin*1, Hina Ahmed Malik2. 1Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. 2Soil Agriculture Research Center Lab D-138, Institute of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. *Corresponding author’s email: umairyasin9797@yahoo.com         Phytoremediation is a technique which use green plants to …

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Why should we buy organic food?

Authors: Aroma Murtaza,Tehseen Sarwer Department of Plant pathology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad Introduction Organic farming is defined as growing fruits, vegetables and plants without using harmful pesticides, synthetic chemicals and inorganic fertilizers. Organic farming is a practice that seeks to provide you, with fresh, tasty and authentic food without harming …

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Drip Irrigation – A Water Saving Technique   

Drip Irrigation – A Water Saving Technique                                        Saboor Khalid* University of Agriculture Sub Campus Vehari Agriculture has great importance in the economy of Pakistan, because 21% of national GDP consist of agriculture. From previous  few years production of important crops have been  increased but it is difficult to overcome the …

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Post-harvest losses in fruits and vegetables in Pakistan

Post-harvest losses in fruits and vegetables in Pakistan Munawar Abbas1, Wazda Maqsood2, Moeen Ijaz1, Muhammad Hashim1 and Asim Yaseen1 1 Department of Soil and Environmental Science, University of Agriculture Faislabad. 2 Department of Soil Science, Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan   Post harvest losses expression in the world is “Degradation in …

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A NEW MODEL FOR CONSERVING LOCAL POLLINATORS AND NATURAL BIODIVERSITY IN PAKISTAN

A NEW MODEL FOR CONSERVING LOCAL POLLINATORS AND NATURAL BIODIVERSITY IN PAKISTAN   ,Shehbaz Sharif 1*,Pro.Dr.Mansoor-ul-hasan* ,Burhan Ahmad1,Abdul Manan 2, Asim Munawar1 ,Muhammad Ishtiaq Sarwar1 ,Muhammad Mohsan 1 Department of Entomology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad. 2 Department of  Plant Breeding & Genetics, University of Agriculture Faisalabad.   Corresponding author1*: Haadikhan822@gmail.com   …

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Reducing water resources diminishing sustainable production of rice in changing climate scenario

Reducing water resources diminishing sustainable production of rice in changing climate scenario   Muhammad Umair Yasin*1, Ahmad Latif Virk2, Naeem Ahmad1 Muhammad Ahmad Arain1 and Ghulam Hasan3   1 Crop Nutrition and Irrigation Management Lab, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 2 Agro-climatology Lab, Department of Agronomy, University of …

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Aeroponic technique: an ultimate solution in food security

Aeroponic technique: an ultimate solution in food security  Ahmad Latif Virk*1, Naeem Ahmad2, Muhammad Umair Yasin2, Ghulam Hasan3 and Muhammad Wasim Shoukat3   1 Agro-climatology Lab, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 2 Crop Nutrition and Irrigation Management Lab, Department of Agronomy, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. 3 Integrated Pest …

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ZIKA VIRUS AND ITS CONTROL MEASURES

SYSTEMIC RESEARCH APPROCHES ON ZIKA VIRUS AND ITS CONTROL MEASURES Shehbaz Sharif1*, Amir Sohail1, Asim Munawar1, Burhan Ahmad1, Muhammad Usman1, Muhammad Mohsan Department of Entomology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad.   Corresponding author1*: Haadikhan822@gmail.com INTRODUCTION                                                               Zika is a viral infection that is usually spread by the bite of an …

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How to College Writing

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