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Fertiliser subsidy claims: FBR stays away, food ministry steps in

The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR)’s decision to distance itself from the verification process of subsidy claims filed by diammonium phosphate (DAP) importers, has spelt trouble for the Ministry of National Food Security and Research because of its lack of expertise in the area. The payment of subsidy claims has already been delayed for months in the wake of less ...

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Stability in price of egg

Multan (Staff Reporter) Price of eggs remain stable in the wholesale market. Yesterday eggs planned transaction at 2820 Rupees/30 Dozen. Eggs are currently priced at 100Rs/Dozen.

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Farmers directed to sow certified wheat seed

PESHAWAR: The federal seed certification and registration department (FSCRD), Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has asked the farmers to sow only certified seed of notified wheat varieties in Rabi season to ensure cultivation of quality seed and increase yield of wheat in the province. The department authorized the seed inspectors in different zones of the province to check the sale and cultivation of ...

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Ladyfinger not only a diet but also natural source against dangerous diseases

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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Pakistan needs $14bln/year to overcome climate change impacts

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan needs to spend annually $14 billion, more than the country’s main textile exports, to avert the adverse impacts of climate changes on the economy, a minister said. “We require an additional $ 14 billion annually to adapt to climate change impacts,” Federal Minister for Law, Justice and Climate Change Zahid Hamid said, speaking at a conference titled, “Pakistan ...

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Experts call for protecting indigenous livestock breeds

HYDERABAD: Experts of livestock management and promoters of indigenous breeds said that since the practice of crossbreeding has increased to develop the dairy sector on commercial lines, the province of Sindh was losing the best potential of indigenous breeds such as red cow, Malir cow, Thari and Kundhi buffaloes. These breeds were known in the world due to their productivity, ...

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Effect of gypsum Application in Wheat crop of rain-fed Area

Lands of Punjab are mostly dependent on rain water for crop production. Major crops of rain-fed areas of Pakistan are wheat, maize and groundnut. . Wheat is grown over an area of 8.2 million hectare and out of this area, more than 70 % is produced in Punjab Province. Our national yield of wheat crop is 2500 kg ha-1 but ...

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Tobacco law to leave 1.2m growers in KP high and dry

PESHAWAR: The tobacco growers in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa resolved to go to any extent to oppose the passage of the proposed bill, seeking propitiation of “tobacco smoking.” The growers said it would lead to complete ban on the tobacco cultivation, leaving a 1.2 million growers and others high and dry. During background discussion, the representatives of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of ...

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Prices of fruit, vegetables stable

Islamabad: The prices of fruit and vegetables Tuesday remained stable in the markets of federal capital. According to the Islamabad Market Committee price list issued here the prices of various fruits and vegetables showed no difference from the price list of the previous week. According to price list potato per kilogram is Rs38, onion Rs35, tomato Rs50, ginger Rs90, garlic ...

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Rainfall volatility, rising temperature affecting crops yield

FAISALABAD: The agriculture and climate experts have joined hands to work together on agro-ecological zones in line with climate changes effects on crops, soil fertility and deteriorating underground water quality. The meeting was chaired by University of Agriculture Faisalabad Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan while Muhammad Nawaz Sharif University of Agriculture Multan Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Asif Ali, Arid Agriculture ...

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