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Farmers should cultivate marry gold during May June

Famous African types of marry gold flower includes, fulfy ruffles, climax, supreme, aanka, first lady, crown of gold and French varieties include cupid, french butter, scoth, butter ball, goldie, rusty glow, snow ball and golden ball. According to the spokesperson of agriculture department, farmer should cultivate marry gold in May June. For these flowers sandy fertile soil where water drainage ...

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Ramadan month: Establishment of 307 fare price shops by agriculture department

Agriculture Secretary (Marketing) Punjab, Puniab Ehsan Bhattah said that all the employees of established Fare Price Shops of agriculture department will serve the public in this blessed month, according to the law, strict action will be taken against any type of complaint he said this on the occasion of a surprise visit to the fare price shop. Agriculture Secretary said ...

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Blight or Brown Spot of Rice and its control

This disease has been recorded all over Pakistan. Initially small dots or circular eye shaped or oval spots appear light in colour on leaves. These spots coalesce and result in linear spots brown in colour. Later on withering and yellowing of leaves occur. Seed setting also affected and causes sterility, shrivelling and show rotting and poor germination.Diseased seeds, plant debris ...

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Balochistan’s livestock sector contributed Rs 21.89 lac to national economy

The livestock sector of the Balochistan province contributed Rs 21.89 million to the national economy. Balochistan government in the wake of uplifting livestock and dairy development sector in the province has been providing modern facilities to the livestock and dairy farmers as the first priority of the incumbent government.  Director General Livestock and Dairy Development Department Balochistan, Dr Ghulam Hussain Jaffar said  that the department had been ...

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15 types of different insects can attack cotton crop, Agriculture Department

Agriculture Department spokesman said that 15 types of insects can be attacked on cotton crop, in which heliothus, Pink bollworm, Army worm is the most dangerous. Farmers should avoid cultivating non registered varieties so farmers will not face any difficulty. He said that in the BT types of cotton, IR3701, Ali Akbar 703, MG 6, Sittar 008, FH 113, Nelam ...

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Farmers are instructed to use modern technologies for better production of rice

Farmers are instructed to use modern technologies for better rice production because rice is the world largest source of food but after wheat. The world production of rice is 5.5 million tons, while 92 percent of this production is cultivated in Asia. In Pakistan rice is the third largest crop after wheat and cotton and it is cultivated on 2.8 ...

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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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Important instructions for better crop production of bitter guard

Agriculture experts have instructed farmers to remove weeds from the crops instantly and said after complete germination of the crop, fill the gaps left in between with the seeds already sown in water and also irrigate them with the interval of 2 to 3 days for their quick germination. They said farmers should do hoeing 4 to 5 times in ...

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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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