Wednesday , 17 January 2018

Farmers to use Drone Technology in Pakistan for Good Yield

Farmers to use Drone Technology in Pakistan for Good Yield

Now-a-days agro-ecosystems are facing serious threats and risks associated with crop production. These risks and uncertainties in crop production will be more in future as global ...

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Pakistan. Sugar export deadline may not be extended

Pakistan. Sugar export deadline may not be extended

The government is unlikely to extend deadline for sugar export to be expired on July 15, 2015 as commodity''s prices have stabilised in the country with the intervention of govern ...

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Pakistan. Tomato, onion, ginger prices continue to soar

Pakistan. Tomato, onion, ginger prices continue to soar

Prices of tomato, onion, ginger, the core ingredients of kitchen, continues to rise, as tomato price had touched Rs 80 per kilogram in the local market of provincial capital. Acco ...

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Pakistan. Bosan for more investment in agriculture sector

Pakistan. Bosan for more investment in agriculture sector

Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Sikandar Hayat Bosan said on Monday that provincial governments should invest more on agriculture sector uplift and well b ...

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Pakistan. Potato crop in Punjab: rains, cold weather delay harvesting

Pakistan. Potato crop in Punjab: rains, cold weather delay harvesting

The more than normal rains in the month of March and moisture level above 70 percent have delayed harvesting of ripe potato crop and sowing of spring maize (corn) this season, Dir ...

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Poultry meat production can be doubled in five years: PPA chairman

Poultry meat production can be doubled in five years: PPA chairman

Pakistan Poultry Industry has the capacity to double the poultry meat production from 1.50 billion broiler birds to three billion in five years that would totally address the anim ...

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Pakistan. Sugar mills refuse TCP”s offer to match lowest bid

Pakistan. Sugar mills refuse TCP”s offer to match lowest bid

Some 48 domestic sugar mills clearly refused to accept Trading Corporation of Pakistan''s (TCP) price matching offer for supply of commodity. Sources told Business Recorder on Tue ...

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