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 Water Conservation in the Pakistan

            Nature is very kind to every living organism. It bestows a lot of things to all living beings.  Different kind of foods, vegetables, fruits, meat, milk and milk products etc. given to all. But among all these are the most precious and essential is …

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Role of Agricultural Biotechnology in Food Security

Biotechnology is the application of techniques to improve plant and animals by using biological organisms to enhance their value. Agricultural Biotechnology involves applications to Agriculture. It involves modification in living organisms by genes manipulation. World population is increasing day by day with the advancement in and technology medicine. People are …

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Agricultural Performance during 2015-16

Agriculture sector is a vital component of Pakistan’s economy as it provides the raw materials to down the line industries and helps in poverty alleviation. This sector contributed 19.8 percent in GDP and it remains by far the largest employer absorbing 42.3 percent of the country’s total labour force. The …

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Failure of cotton as cash crop.

Why cotton fail in Punjab during 2015? Haseeb Jan 8th semester B.Sc (Hons) Entomology Cotton is a cash crop of Pakistan and back bone of our agriculture. Cotton plays a major role in earning foreign exchange .The cotton crop production accounts for 1.5 percent in GDP and 7.1 percent in …

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Constraints in adoption of Direct seeding rice

Farmers face several problems in adoption of direct seeding rice (DSR) such as weeds, panicle sterility, diseases and insects’ pests, lodging and stagnant yield. Each of them is described as follows: Weeds The major problem of adopting direct seeded rice particularly in dry field is weed infestation. DSR seedlings have …

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Problems of Sugarcane Growers in Pakistan

Sugarcane is one of the most important sugar and cash crops of Pakistan. It is mainly grown for its sugar and sugar related by products. However certain other byproducts are also used in paper and board industries. During 2014-15 the crop was grown on an area of nearly 1.1 million …

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