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Pakistani Kinnow exporters facing stiff competition in International markets with Turkey

In international market Pakistani Kinnow exporters are facing very stiff competition with Turkey. Government must consider fruits and vegetables in export package. Chairman fruit and vegetable association Mr. Waheed Ahmed told media that Pakistan has exported 125,000 tons of kinnow till the mid of January which is 5% less as compare to relevant time duration last year. While explaining the ...

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Orders of Crackdown against diseased chicken sellers

Lahore (General reporter) Punjab food authority has implemented emergency for consumption of healthy chicken. Orders are also given to food safety officer on urgent basis for crack down. There are more than thousand points of meat selling where hygienic measure are badly ignored during slaughtering of birds. Now food authority will take serious action and DG food authority Noor ul ...

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Agri students’ quest for promised land continues

DERA GHAZI KHAN: The district government has failed to wrest back from encroachers agriculture land meant to be given to students despite a court order. The land was ‘allotted’ to agriculture students under a scheme launched by the chief minister. In 2010, ninety-four agriculture graduates of Taunsa Sharif tehsil were allotted 9,400 kanal at Rakhkot Qaisrani, an arid area. But ...

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Mortality of animals costing 9 billion due to foot and mouth diseases: Secretory Livestock

1.5billion rupees granted for vaccination in animals: Naseem Sadiq. Lahore (NNI) Secretory livestock and dairy development Naseem sadiq said Mortality of animals costing 9 billion due to foot and mouth diseases every year. 136 districts of Punjab are granted 1.5billion rupees for vaccination in animals. Also 10 lac 75 thousand injection imported from abroad. Water is added by middleman in ...

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New Groundnut variety for Arid zones, Now Available

Arid Research Institute, Chakwal has developed a new variety of Groundnut for Arid Zones named as BARI 2016. This variety has been approved by Secretary agriculture Punjab during his address to an inaugural ceremony. Above mentioned variety is capable of more productivity and resistance also gives production comparatively ten days earlier. Early production of Bari 2016 also enables farmers to ...

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FMD simple and effective treatment is invented: FMD dangerous diseases

Treatment which is invented in UVAS, has been working effectively in national and multinational Dairy farms Lahore (Rashid Manzoor) University of Veterinary and animal sciences students has discovered the easy and effective treatment of dangerous Foot and mouth diseases. It has been working effectively in national and multinational Dairy farms. PHD scholar Kaiser iqkam, Attia Bukhari, Rashid Munir Khwaja, Farhat ...

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Climate Change: Augmented risks for Pakistan

Climate Change fetches more dangers for Pakistan. It has been observed that in coming 24 years, a strong rise in temperature will be debatable. Asymmetrical and unexpected rains have dramatically reduced the rice and wheat yield per acre. Pakistan is under clear threats of climate change. According to resources till 2040, rains in summer will be 25% and in winter ...

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Five held for selling adulterated milk

PESHAWAR: the district administration on Thursday arrested five dealers and seized a huge quantity of adulterated milk here on Thursday. Official sources said that Deputy Commissioner Shahid Mehmood after receiving public complaints took stern action against the franchise involved in the sale of adulterated milk. A sample of milk was tested in laboratory and it was found that its ingredients ...

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Pakistan is far behind in Dairy product export than its coexisting countries

Karachi (Online) Despite of Pakistan ranking on 4th in worldwide, Pakistan is far behind in Dairy product export than its coexisting countries due to absence of valve addition. According to detail Pakistan is 4th largest milk producer worldwide with 42 million ton annual production. Top milk exporter countries are Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Chezuk republic, England, Spain, Poland and ...

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‘Polluted’ seafood exports to be banned

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s sea food exports to European Union and United States are likely to get banned due to its polluted waters while overfishing is threatening the growth of aquaculture in the area, Secretary Ministry of Ports And Shipping Khalid Pervez informed the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Wednesday. In a detailed briefing on the Korangi Fisheries Harbour Authority (KFHA), Mr ...

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