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Red Bean Production Technology

Introduction Red beans are moderately easy to grow, but you do need to make sure that the roots do not get waterlogged or otherwise damaged at any point during the season. Like many other bean varieties, Red beans can be grown as bushes or as vines, so you will need to choose a type that works best according to the ...

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Sunflower cultivation schedule announced

Agriculture department has announced sunflower cultivation schedule, for its cultivation Punjab has been divided into three parts. In Bahawalpur, Raheem Yar Khan,Khanewal ,Multan, Vihari and Bahawalnagar cultivation must be done till 31 january, Dera Ghazi Khan,layyah , Lodhran,  Rajan Pur and Bahakkar cultivation should be done between 10th january and 10th February.

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Chillies Production Technology Introduction Chillies are produced seasonally but consumed throughout the year. The pods are marketed both in green and red or natural form. Its cultivation involves heavy labour and capital inputs. There exists a great scope for its export.Sowing tme of chilli is Oct- november. Climate and Soil Chillies require warm and humid climate for growth and dry ...

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Ash Gourd

Introduction Ash Gourd derives its name due to the colour of the skin of the fruit which is Ash. In some regions the skin of the Ash Gourd is having a waxy shine and hence it is called, Wax Gourd. The Ash Gourd can be cultivated even during rainy seasons and hence the name, Winter Gourd. According to various studies ...

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Mango Production

Introduction and importance Mango (Mangifera indica L Family Anacardiaceae) is the second major fruit crop in Pakistan. At present it is grown on an area of 93.42 thousand hectares with production 915.7 thousand tonnes Table-1. The area under mango crop has increased but the rise in production is comparatively slow. The main mango growing districts in the Punjab province are ...

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Olive development group 9th Meeting was held in Arid Agriculture research Center Chakwal

Olive development group 9th Meeting was held between Punjab Agriculture Department and USAID mutual cooperation in Arid Agriculture research Center Chakwal. The meeting was presided over by Secretary Punjab Muhammad Mahmood. He said that all the resources are being utilized for the establishment of olive valley, with a provision of 20 lakh plants of olives under the five-year plan , ...

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