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Beetroot cultivation

Farmers should complete the cultivation of beetroot from mid-August to the end of September to get the best yield per acre of sugar beet. Beetroot is a very important and profitable vegetable.

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Medicinal important of Moringa Tree

Agriculture experts said that moringa, locally called Sohanjna, is good for treatment for the treatment of different diseases, and can also be utilized as a source of edible oil.This plant can be sown in Feb-March and it starts producing seed only in a year. Moringa carried numerous benefits which included its use as a good quality fodder for animals, improves ...

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5,000 Saplings Planted In Coleges In One Day.

Over 5,000 saplings were planted in a day at different colleges of Faisalabad division under `Plant for Pakistan’ Campaign. Parliamentarians Latif Nazar, Mian Waris Aziz and Firdous Rai opened the plantation drive by planting saplings at Government Postgraduate College of Science, Government College for Women Samanabad, Government College for Women Peoples Colony, respectively. Director Colleges Dr. Muhammad Alam, Deputy Director ...

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Pest Scouting Must To Save Cotton

Cotton growers should conduct pest scouting twice a week to save the crop from the attack of whitefly and other pests. The chances of pest attack increase during rainy season and its severity decreases after October. The farmers must keep abreast of weather forecast regularly before taking up water regime for the crops.

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Ticks Spray Starts In Faisalabad

Livestock Department started spray and vaccination of animals against ticks across the division. According to a spokesman of the livestock department, the teams of livestock department were checking animals in cattle markets and at the special points established for sale of slaughtering animals and conducting spray as well as inoculating the animals against ticks besides pasting clearance stickers on them. ...

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China to remove soybean oil, rapeseed oil, palm oil import

China plans to remove soybean oil, rapeseed oil and palm oil from its import tariff quota management. Chinese companies had stopped buying U.S. agriculture products in response to U.S. President Donald Trump’s decision last week to impose tariffs on another $300 billion of Chinese imports, sharply escalating a tit-for-tat trade dispute between the world’s largest economies.

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Qadar Canal Opened On Chief Minister’s Directions

The Qadar canal has been opened on the directions of Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar to provide water in the canals of Rajanpur for irrigating thousands of acres of agricultural land. According to a handout issued, the opening of Qadar canal solved the important issue of farmers of district Rajanpur of southern Punjab. The CM said that provision of ...

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