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Enhancement of Growth, Production and Qualities of Cauliflower (Brassica oleracea) under Abiotic Stress by Proline

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article image “Cauliflower” is much popular vegetable throughout the world. In Urdu it is called “Phool Ghobi”. The mean of word “Cauli” is soft and the mean of word “flower” is blossom. In other nations its name is Ghobi, Kohlrabi and Cabbage. It is the member of family Brassicaceae. In Pakistan this is known as Phool Ghobi. […]…Read More

Implementation of Hybrid Rice for productivity enhancement

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 “2017 Training Course on Hybrid Rice Technology in Pakistan” joint event was started in Pakistan and China to team up on awareness program for implementation of Hybrid Rice for productivity enhancement, profitability and extra surpluses for snowballing exports. Chinese researchers have developed rice seed. Accordingly, Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) and China yuan Longping High-tech […]…Read More

Ridge and Furrow with Plastic Mulching: AStep Ahead forSemi-aridRain-fedAgri-produce enhancement

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article image Semi-arid or sub-humid zones are characterized by low erratic rainfall of up to 700 mm per annum, periodic droughts and different associations of vegetative cover and soils. Inter-annual rainfall varies from 20-50%. Regarding livelihood systems, in general, agricultural harvests are likely to be irregular, although grazing is satisfactory. Pakistan lies in the subtropical arid zone and most of the country is subjected to a semi-arid climate. Linked to water, and based on physiography, in…Read More

WWF-Pak launches hydro resources enhancement project

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article image STAFF REPORT GILGIT: WWF-Pakistan launched its new project Enhancing the Value of Hydrological Resources for Livelihood, Youth Employability and Climate Resilience in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’. The venture intends to advance high-proficiency utilization of water assets for high efficiency utilization of water resources, grow high-value horticulture plant yields taking into account business sector opportunities (to enhance employment) and rationing water to improve group flexibility…Read More

WWF-Pakistan launches hydro resources enhancement project

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article image STAFF REPORT GILGIT: WWF-Pakistan launched its new project 'Enhancing the Value of Hydrological Resources for Livelihood, Youth Employability and Climate Resilience in Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan’. The venture intends to advance high-proficiency utilization of water assets for high efficiency utilization of water resources, grow high-value horticulture plant yields taking into account business sector opportunities (to enhance employment) and rationing water to improve group flexibility…Read More

Mangla capacity enhancement project started

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STAFF REPORT LHR: Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has taken up the Mangla Dam refurbishment project to enhance the generation capacity from 1,000 MW to 1310 MW. Chairman WAPDA, Zafar Mahmood said while talking to media, "The energy shortfall challenge could only be addressed only if we establish new electricity generation resources as well as enrich the existing power plants. This Mangla Dam capacity enhancement project aims to cater the need of electricity production;…Read More

WAPDA starts Mangla power generation capacity enhancement project

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) has taken up the Mangla Dam refurbishment project to enhance the generation capacity from 1,000 MW to 1310 MW. Chairman WAPDA, Zafar Mahmood said while talking to media, "The energy shortfall challenge could only be addressed only if we establish new electricity generation resources as well as enrich the existing power plants. This Mangla Dam capacity enhancement project aims to cater the need of electricity production;…Read More

Cotton yield enhancement by application of growth promoters

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article image By Ashfaq Ahmad, Muhammad Shaukat, Fahd Rasul, Hafiz Salman Saeed and Syeda Refat Sultana COTTON (Gossypiumhirsutum L.) is not only the fiber and cash crop of the Pakistan but also known as the 2nd best potential source for plant proteins after soybean and the 5th best oil-producing plant after soybean, palm-tree, colza and sunflower. It is regarded as white gold because it provides principal raw material for flourishing textile industry and also lint as an export item.…Read More