Tag: agriculture

Save agriculture land for the food of next generations

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article image Food insecurity, malnutrition and access to food are widely spread in 47% Pakistani population. The production of food depends mainly on irrigation and fertile land. According to the World Food Program, more than half Pakistani population consumes less than the recommended caloric intake of 2100 kcal per person per day. Despite a good wheat harvest […]…Read More

KU stood 1st in Agriculture and Food Sciences competition

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University of Karachi (KU) students stood 1st among 126 projects displayed from 30 different universities from all across Pakistan at Distinguished Innovation Collaboration Entrepreneurship Foundation US -UAF Innovation event themed ‘Agriculture and Food Sciences’ held at the University of Agriculture Faisalabad. University of Karachi showed full participation in the event, with 35 students presented 14 […]…Read More

Khushhali Bank signs MoU with PARC, for sustainable agriculture

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Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) and Khushhali Microfinance Bank Limited (KMBL) has signed a memorandum of understanding for promoting a sustainable agricultural environment for the farmers in the rural areas. The association aims at helping small farmers by an expert training session to adopt modern cultivation techniques in their farming under the climate change scenario. […]…Read More

AGRICULTURE COLLEGE QUETTA making self-sufficient food grains

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Director General Agriculture (Extension) Masood Ahmed revealed to Radio Pakistan Quetta that development work of Mirani Dam Command Area Development Project is in advance at a cost of around seven hundred million rupees. Development work of Mirani Dam Command Area Development Project is in advance and Agriculture College Quetta to be moved up to make […]…Read More

No adequate investment in value addition of Agriculture

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Pakistan has left its farming part helpless before free market and consistency with the World Trade Organization (WTO), while its fundamental rivals have dealt with a more forceful and dynamic arrangement, yet kept up quiet submission with every universal prerequisite. Pakistan has developed in domesticated animals’ generation during recent years, Indian horticulture has been ruled […]…Read More

Mr. Fazal Abbas Maken, Federal Secretary for M/o NFSR, Islamabad visit PARC

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PR:  Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) scientists are firm to make the country self-sufficient in agriculture. There is need to ensure the dissemination of innovative technology and knowledge among a farming community of the country to bring change in farmers life and agriculture development. This was shared in his views by Mr. Fazal Abbas Maken, Federal […]…Read More

PARC pledge to make Pakistan self-sufficient in agriculture

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Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) scientists are firm to make the country self-sufficient in agriculture. There is need to ensure the dissemination of innovative technology and knowledge among a farming community of the country to bring change in farmers life and agriculture development. Mr. Fazal Abbas Maken, Federal Secretary for M/o NFSR, Islamabad on his […]…Read More

Artificial intelligence in Agriculture (Smart Agriculture)

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article image Just imagine what will happen if all the agricultural farm is under the control of a strong brain which can carry out all the functions more accurately and efficiently. Artificial Intelligence is that branch of computer science which makes systems with artificial memory stored in them through computer language.  Computer systems use this stored information […]…Read More

Pakistan agriculture need advanced agri yield regulatory authority

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Pakistan needs self-regulating, science-based, clear, and expectable regulatory authority to empower farmers with modern and advanced agricultural technologies to reap benefits for sustainable productivity in the country. The evidence of efforts from government’s commitment towards promoting biotech crop solutions is establishment of over 30 biotechnology research institutions. A regulatory environment is yet needed for companies […]…Read More