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Water harvesting through fog

In many countries fog is being used as drinking water and other purposes. There are many areas of Pakistan where the presence of fog can be made beneficial. Water from fog can be harvested by using special type of fine, thin net that should be at least one square meter to several square meters applied in the way of fog. ...

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Health Benefits of Okra

After the identification of beneficial impacts of fruits and vegetables on the health the Medical experts are agreed that the people should care for their diet and adopt simple living standard that can leads a body immuned against many diseases. Instead of using antibiotic, defeat the diseases with the help of natural and healthy treasure of Fruits and vegetables. Lady ...

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Weed Management In Maize Plantation

A weed is any plant growing in a wrong place, usually considered undesirable. Uncontrolled weeds compete with the crop of interest for nutrients, moisture and space, and may completely suppress the crop if uncontrolled. They also harbour pests and diseases. Young maize seedlings can easily be overwhelmed by weeds. Weeds take full advantage of the wide rows and upright growth ...

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Farming on Floating Gardens

The floating garden is a type of kitchen garden and is beneficial to those who live near a river, lake or sea and do not have the land for farming. Floating gardens can also be made amateurly. They can be made of any size, but if they are small, it will be easier to look after them. Floating gardens of ...

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The plant to plant distance for jasmine cultivation must be is 8 feet

Agriculture experts said that regular irrigation must be done right after cultivation of jasmine flower. In summer irrigation must be done regularly while in winter irrigate plants only when required. During irrigation Fertilizers should be given to increase its growth. Plant to plant distance should be kept 8 feet while row to row distance must be 3 feet.

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Rainwater Harvesting in Check Dams

Check dam is usually a temporary dam that is used to slow down the flow of rain water. It can also be used for storing the rain water and decreases the chances of small floods. These are mostly made in the way of streams and channels. Check dams are made of stones, mud, wood or cement. Their width should be ...

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Combined use of fertilisers and weedicides.

Weeds often reduce crop production as they compete with the crop for nutrients, water, light, gases and space.There are numerous losses due to weeds and they are varied in nature. Losses due weeds and the cost of their control constitute one of the largest expenditure in production of crops and vegetables. These losses are almost equally divided between reductions in ...

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Poverty Eradication: Agreement between Agricultural Research Council and the Rural Support Program

Pakistan Agricultural Research Council and the National Rural Support Program Network signed a memorandum for the development of small scale vegetables, crop production, livestock and fishery agreement to reduce the poverty in the country’s rural areas. The poor people living in the rural areas have to raise the quality of life. Last year, Shinwari Khan, Chief Executive Officer, Regional Rural ...

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Fancy Bird Farming

Breeding and business of colorful birds is done all around the world and many people keep them in their homes. These beautiful birds can be kept in any small section of the house like in courtyard, terrace or balcony. For this, you can make a cage with the help of wood, iron or plastic by investing a small amount of ...

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Vegetable production increased by 30% through Bio celery.

Expense of Chemical fertilizers will minimize up to 50 percent by bio-celery. Using high quality organic fertilizer “bio-celery” from bio-gas plant, crop production and vegetable production will increase up to 30 percent and expense of chemical fertilizers will save up to 50 percent. Bio-celery is a mixture of water and farm yard manure that is form through bio gas after ...

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