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Apiculture: An Art and Science of Honey production

                  Apiculture: An Art and Science of Honey production 1Nadia Niaz, 2Moeen Ijaz, 3Razia Shabir, *2Ehsan Raza Asif, 2Munawar Abbas 1Department of Food Technology, PMAS-Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi. 2Institute of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture Sciences, Faisalabad. 3Department of Soil Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan. *Corresponding Author: ehsanrazaasif@gmail.com …

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Global warming and survival of insects

EFFECT OF GLOBAL WARMING ON INSECT SURVIVAL Hafiz Muhammad Arslan Abid*, Nasir Ahmed Khan, Sajjad Manzoor, Muhammad Tayyab, Muhammad Nasir, Muhammad Hamza University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan *Corresponding author: muhammadarslan1607@gmail.com   Climate change is the most debated issue of time posing hazardous impacts on life on the earth. As most …

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Hazards of Chemical Herbicides

Chemical herbicides are used as the pioneer approach to control weeds. Herbicides can eliminate the most of the population weeds. This approach of handling the weeds are inexpensive also the results are immediate and invigorating. Everything has two aspects of its approach that if it has the advantages it alsohas …

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Biopesticide for Sustainable Agriculture

Biopesticide for Sustainable Agriculture Imran Khan, Muhammad Umer, M. Umair Hassan and M. Mehran Aslam Agriculture is facing the threat of insect and disease since from the beginning of agriculture history. In the beginning man lives in cave and use wild plants for food and leaves for clothes. Human start …

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AN ECO-FRIENDLY APPROACH TO COPE INSECT PEST.

ENTOMOPATHOGENIC FUNGI, AN ECOFRIENDLY APPROACH TO COPE INSECT PEST.  Novel tactics in field of applied Entomology have reformed the ways for the management of notorious insect pests. Agriculture, being a mainstay of economy, contributes 23% in Gross Domestic product (GDP) and engaging approximately 45% of employed labor force. Instead of its undeniable …

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