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Farmers are advised to timely water lychee plants.

With proper care, lychee requires more water as compared to other fruits and orchards. Water shortage can affect the production of lychee and if there is less rainfall then farmers are advised to water them twice a day to fulfill there water requirement. The fruit of lychee can better grow in warm areas of south Punjab. Four varieties of lychee ...

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90% of available water is used for irrigation of five crops

According to the World Bank report, agriculture sector in Pakistan depends on water available for irrigation. In the agricultural sector, only 90% of the country’s water is being used for the irrigation of rice, sugar, cotton, wheat and maize crops, however the share from these crops in GDP is less than the potential. The World Bank warned in its report ...

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The cultivation of Kharif’s fodder should be completed till May

Agriculture experts advised farmers to cultivate kharif fodder like sorghum, rhodes grass, kallar grass, jantar, sada bahar, cluster bean, mott grass and cow peas till mid of april so that good produce can be obtained. They said that by timely sowing of sada bahar fodder multiple cuttings can be achieved. Sada bahar should be cultivated by drill in rows at ...

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Decrease in import of palm oil

According to the report of Pakistan  Banaspati Manufacturer Association, oil of about  1.4 billion $ have been imported during the first 10 months of the current fiscal year, compared to the previous fiscal year  that was $ 1.54 billion.

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Olive Cultivation On 15,100 Acres To Be Acheived By 2022

A target of cultivating olive on an area of 15,100 acres of land will be completed by 2022. Punjab Agriculture Secretary Wasif Khursheed said, during three years of the project olive had been cultivated on 7,900 acres of land and the set target would also be achieved with a commitment. Barani Agricultural Research Institute Chakwal provided free olive plants besides technical training to ...

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Farmers should select fertile well drained soil for turmeric cultivation

Agriculture department has directed farmers to timely cultivate turmeric and said that the farmers should choose fertile and suitable soil for acquisition of good crops. The department spokesman said that light fertile soil can also be used to cultivate turmeric, but excellent production from the cultivation of turmeric can be produce in shady lands. They said that farmers can also ...

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Directions for proper care of Almonds

To protect the plants from the effect of heat in summers, apply board paste on the stems of the plants. Water small plants with the interval of 7 to 10 days, while mature plants should be watered after every 10 to 15 days, and keep in mind that the water should not touch the stems of the plants. Ploughing is ...

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Bakanae disease of Rice and its control

This disease is also called white stalk, generally distributed where ever rice is grown. Infected seedlings are thin, chlorotic, may die before or after transplanting. In the field, infected plants have few tillers and leaves die in short time. Live plants have empty panicles. Some infected plants may be stunted instead of elongated, while the abnormal elongation of these (infected) ...

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