Farmers should maintain the plant population at 85 to 95 thousand per acre to get the best yield of chickpea and ensure the cultivation of coarse grains after seed grading. This is because in the case of coarse grains, healthy plants start growing at the very beginning of cultivation and their good growth also significantly increases the yield. Chickpea is a very important legume crop of Rabi season. In Punjab, 92% of chickpea cultivation covers rainfed areas including Thal, Jhang, Mianwali, Jhang, Bhakkar, Layyah, and Khushab districts. 30 kg of clean, pure, healthy, approved seed per acre of normal size grain varieties should be used. However, in the case of kabli coarse chickpea varieties, the seed rate should not be less than 35 kg per acre.