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Ikebana – an important technique of flower arrangement

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article image In modern ages, with devouring crew of hard work, it is very essential to represent hand work with reasonable, descent and attractive way. Representation of work has much more prominence. Some nations have natural aptitude to embellish their work by using resourceful use of extraordinary creative techniques. Amalgamation of hand work and inventiveness along with positive enthusiasm results in marvellous universal attainments. Technology can only ease the man but creative hand work can…Read More

Flower plants can control environment degradation

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: Magnificent rose flower is an integral part of our culture, traditions, society and religion, which is called as the Queen of Flowers’ as well as king of flowers’. "The majestic flower indicates that both kingliness (majesty, status and power) and queenliness are its inherent qualities," said Federal Minister for Climate Change, Senator Mushahid Ullah Khan while addressing the Rose Festival - 2015, in Islamabad. The event was organised by the…Read More

Local production of sun-flower, soyabean, corn stressed

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article image STAFF REPORT IBD: Pakistan is self-sufficient in food, cotton and sugar, however, even then we have to spend precious foreign exchange of billions of rupees on the import of edible oil."We should evolve modern varieties of edible seeds of sun-flower, corn, soyabean, Jojoba, rapeseed and Cassamba to save Rs 200 billion precious foreign exchange,’ said Federal Minister for Food Security and Research Alhaj Sikandar Hayat Bosan while talking to media here.He said that research-based technical…Read More

From Pakistan to Texas, doctoral student wants to master the flower

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article image By Kathleen PhillipsCOLLEGE STATION - Fragrance. That and the potential to boost his country’s economy are what brought a student halfway around the world to learn about horticulture at Texas AandM University.Roses, it turns out, are as popular in Pakistan as in the US, albeit for slightly different reasons. And those reasons are what has Pakistani Gulzar Akhtar will be searching for answers for the next six months under the mentorship of Dr. David Byrne, Texas AandM AgriLife Research rose…Read More