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Soybean imports increased by 8.1 percent

During April 2019, the domestic imports of soybean increased by 8.1 percent. According to the statistics of Pakistan statistics, the national imports of soybean increased in the year 2019 to $ 6 million and during April 2018 the import volume stood at $ 98 million. Thus, soybean imports rise up to 8 million in April 2019, as compare to the ...

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Ismail Rahu said they are making efforts to increase agricultural production.

Provincial Minister for Agriculture and Supplies Ismail Rahu said that Sindh government is trying to increase agricultural production and to maximize farmers’ benefit. He expressed his views while addressing the ceremony distributed prizes at the Summer Mango Festival. Ismail Rahu said efforts were made to work on fruit and vegetable drip irrigation and also working on cultivating crops on the ...

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Monsoon rainfall will be started normally, Meteorological Department

The Meteorological Department said that the monsoon season will start normally, but there is also a possibility of extreme intensity in the weather, which can lead to flooding in the rivers. According to the Meteorological Department, monsoon will start from July till September, while there are chances of heavy rain, than normal in upper regions of Pakistan. Due to this ...

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New technology is necessary for pulse production, experts

Agriculture experts from Jamia Zarai Faisalabad have said that the requirements of important pulses are completed by importing, so if the new technology is introduced to the farmers, valuable savings can be done by reducing the pulse imports. He said that pulse production is also necessary to fulfill the needs of the growing population. He expressed the hope that the ...

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Risk of damaging flowering plants during monsoon

Department of Agricultural Punjab, Rawalpindi alerts that there is a risk of damaging flowering plants during Monsoon. Therefore flower growers warn that there is a danger of damaging flowering plants in Monsoon so they should take precautionary measures. According to the source of Floriculture and land scapping specialists had warned to all the stake holders related to floriculture that according ...

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Agriculture Expo will be held at Lahore Expo Center on June 22

Agriculture Department Punjab is conducting Punjab Agri Expo 2019. In the event, Pakistan’s agriculture, live stock and products being produced will be highlighted internationally. The exhibition will be held on 22 and 23 June 2018 at Expo Center Johar Town. This expo will bring long-lasting links to stakeholders in Pakistan and around the world, and will help to improve the ...

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Bio-slurry will increase vegetable production upto 30 %

Cost on Chemical Fertilizers will reduce to 50%, Agriculture Department. The use of high quality organic fertilizer bio-slurry will increase by 30 percent in the production of crops and vegetables and decrease cost on chemical fertilizer up to 50 percent, Bio-Slurry is the controlled treatment of excavated soil in an enclosed vessel. Experiments have shown that 25 cubic meters of ...

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Mash production per acre is very low in Punjab, experts

Agricultural experts said that the mash is an important crop in kharif season, 80% of the Mash growing area is cultivated in heavy rain areas, but its production per acre is still very low. The production of mash is low due to late sowing, non-use of modern technology, crop growth disorders, insect and disease attacks and delay in harvest. Kharif ...

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