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Ensuring Quality: Kinnow processing initiated

SARGODHA: The processing of orange has started in the region for ensuring the maximum export of Kinnow across the world and its contribution in national exchequer is also expected during the current season. The Kinnow processing for export to international markets would continue till end of April, Citrus Research Institute Sargodha (CRIS) Director Muhammad Nawaz Maiken said this while talking ...

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UAE receives first shipment of meat from Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: First shipment of Pakistani fresh meat successfully reached United Arab Emirates(UAE) on Monday. According to a private TV news channel, the shipment was sent as per agreement signed between Pakistan Foodex and UAE General Trading Company. Pakistan Additional Commercial Secretary Kamran Khan was also present on the occasion.Earlier, UAE and Pakistani businessmen had signed deals worth nearly $200 million) ...

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Significance of Weather Forecasting for Crops Yield

Among the various factors on which farming depends on weather is certainly the most important factor determining the success or the failure of agricultural commodities. It has greater influence on soil and every phase of plant and animal growth and development. There is an important relationship between weather and farming. In fact, farming depends on the weather. In order to ...

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Japan: Eggs are used for treatment of Cancer

Japanese scientists have successfully conducted experiments for the treatment of Cancer diseases with poultry eggs.In eggs, the Interferone Beta type protein has been successfully added. Other than cancer this protein also help to treat hepatitis C.

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E- Agriculture and role of Jazz BaKhabar Kissan

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Farming has become more efficient with technologies and communication systems. In E agriculture Jazz Bakhabar Kissan is offering free services to the farmers and has successfully reached more than 1.5 million farmers base. It is a supreme opportunity to give rural smallholders access to information that can change their livelihoods. It helps farmers to improve agricultural productivity by giving them ...

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Registered farmers can avail subsidy scheme: Department of Agriculture

Vouchers not attached with fertilizer sacks are blocked The DAP subsidy to the farmers is provided in better way. To ensure of better subsidy scheme for 100 percent of all vouchers, which are not attached with fertilizer bags, are being blocked .Just registered farmer are benefited from this subsidy scheme. According to the Agriculture Department, no fertilizer dealer or unrelated ...

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China: Planning for cultivation of sugarcane and sugar-beet through machinery till 2022

China has said that they will complete 70 percent of cultivation of sugarcane and 98% of sugar-beet cultivation by 2022 which will improve production According to the reported by the China Merchandise Reserve Management Center, 40% of the cultivation of sugarcane and 80% of the farming process is being done through the machinery.

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Mix half bag of urea and ammonium sulfate per acre in the fields

Agriculture Department has directed to transfer the onion nursery to the fields in the month of December. It can also be transferred to the fields in January as well. The department spokesperson said that the farmers should use half bag urea and one bag ammonium sulfate per acre, 25 to 30 days after transferring nursery to the field. It is ...

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Pakistan ranks fifth in world-wide milk production

Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President of the Pakistan Economy Watch, said that Pakistan is among the third largest milk producer of Asia Pacific. While all over world’s its on fifth number in milk production , the encouragement of milk import from the government will develop the local sector while it will increase domestic and foreign investment.Asia dairy market worth $30 billion, ...

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Delay in crushing, cost of sugar has been increased by one Rupees per kg.

Mills are supplying less sugar and the demand is higher, more likely to increase prices. Sugar mills has reduced the supply of sugar on delay of crushing due to which sugar rates in the local wholesale market has risen to Rs 49 per kilogram. According to Dealers, Sugar Mills are not fulfilling the demand due to which increase in sugar ...

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