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Saad Ur Rehman Malik

My name's Saad ur Rehman. I am Studying for M.Sc (Hons) in Agronomy. I am editor at Agrihunt and CEO at Hum Pakistan, President at ARRDO and working as Secretary Information at Society for Human Rights. I've also done Masters in Journalism and worked as a columnist in "Daily Jang". My agriculture coursework and journalism background helps me how to communicate about issues that affect a farmer's everyday lives. I’ve been awarded the gold medal by govt. in order to recognize my community and literary services.

Past Paper – Agriculture Officer/Farm Manager/Cotton Inspector


what is call Wheat inflorescence:  PanicleSoil structure can be improve with the addition of:  CompostWhen soil surface is protect/cover with residue of a crop, the practice is called? MulchingThe science of categorization  called: TaxonomyGrapes nurturing called: ViticultureTomato is a good foundation of vitamin: Vitamin CRearing of honeybees is called: Apiculturewhat is …

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Climate Change Impacted All Important Crops Negatively


Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) Director Dr Zahid Mahmood said on Wednesday that a climate change phenomenon impacted all important crops of the country negatively Central Cotton Research Institute (CCRI) Director Dr Zahid Mahmood said on Wednesday that a climate change phenomenon impacted all important crops of the country negatively. Presiding over a special …

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Fertilizers available in Pakistan


The sources of fertilizer supply in Pakistan are domestic production and imports. Those manufactured locally include urea, calcium ammonium nitrate (CAN) and ammonium sulphate (AS) as straight nitrogen fertilizers. Single superphosphate is the only straight phosphate fertilizer and nitrophos is NP, a complex fertilizer. All other fertilizers are imported. Recently …

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Efforts to strengthen Small and Medium Enterprises in Pakistan underway

Islamabad: Around 80 participants from the government, research and academia, development partners and public and private institutions and organizations gathered in Islamabad for the first round of multi-stakeholder consultations on efforts to reduce poverty in Pakistan. Under the initiative known as Growth for Rural Advancement and Sustainable Progress (GRASP), small …

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