Tag: management

ETIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF GREEN MOLD DISEASE IN BUTTON MUSHROOM

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Mushroom is a perishable fruiting body which grows above ground on the surface of the soil. Mushrooms are saprophytic basidiomycete grown on dead organic waste materials mostly deciduous hardy plants. Mushrooms are edible and consumed worldwide. Having low-fat percentage it is a good alternate for the high blood pressure and diabetes infected patients. Mushrooms are […]…Read More

Modern Energy Management involvement in Hawa wind farm

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Pakistan’s Hawa wind farm with over 1 GW of wind capacity scheduled to be built in the country by 2018. Modern Energy Management will provide project management services for Hawa wind farm. Management (MEM) is engaged to provide project management services during construction of the 50-MW Hawa wind farm in the Sindh Valley, Pakistan. Management […]…Read More

Biopesticides: key component in integrated pest management

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article image AGRICULTURE IS facing destructive activities of pests and weeds resulting in dramatic loss of productivity. Advancement in fertilizer and pesticides resolved these crises to great extent. But the overuse of these substances sometime leads to serious threats for soil environment and crops and damaging microbial population in soil and also resistance is produced in pests against these pesticides. Moreover the persistent time of residues of these pesticides is very high. The gradual reduction in…Read More

Its a matter of survival now Experts, Government for Improving Water Management in Balochistan; Call for Greater Focus on Implementation

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article image QUTEETA: The expert consultation on improving water governance in Balochistan organized by IUCN, the International Union for Conservation of Nature, and Taraqee Foundation came to a close on December 20, 2016, after extensive deliberations that centered on the need for urgency in addressing the already deteriorating water crisis in the province. Representative from the Government of Balochistan, the Ministry of Climate Change, as well as experts from the water sector and the US-…Read More

Management practice boost up yield of cotton

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article image COTTON (GOSSYPIUMHIRSUTUM) is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective case, around the seeds of cotton plants of the genus Gossypium in the family of Malvaceae. The fibre is almost pure cellulose. Under natural conditions, the cotton bolls will tend to increase the dispersal of the seeds. The major use of cotton today is in the textile industry, the fibers or lints’ of the cotton plant are harvested and woven into fabric for the production of clothing, towels, bed…Read More

Management practice boost up yield of cotton

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article image Cotton (Gossypiumhirsutum) is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective case, around the seeds of cotton plants of the genusGossypiumin the family of Malvaceae. The fibre is almost pure cellulose. Under natural conditions, the cotton bolls will tend to increase the dispersal of the seeds.The major use of cotton today is in the textile industry, the fibers or 'lints' of the cotton plant are harvested and woven into fabric for the production of clothing, towels, bed sheets…Read More

PMD, UNESCO promote coop on flood management

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article image STAFF REPORT LHR: UNESCO in collaboration with Japan and Pakistan Meteorological department (PMD) has recently organized a two-day international workshop aimed at standardizing procedures for Transboundary Rivers in the context of flood forecasting, to strengthen the flood early warning system and management capacity of Pakistan here Tuesday. The two-day international workshop is part of UNESCO’s Strategic Strengthening of Flood Early Warning and Management Capacity of Pakistan’…Read More

Allelopathy for the pest management

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article image Allelopathy is basically defined as the influence or the impact of a plant on the growth of the other plant and microorganisms by releasing certain chemical compound. The allele chemicals could have a promontory as well as inhibitory effect depending upon their concentration. These allele chemicals are usually the byproducts of the plant metabolic processes and can be produced by leaves stems and roots. They can be released in the environment as root exudates, decomposition or by…Read More

Workshop on disaster management organised

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article image STAFF REPORT ISB: In order to assess the current and future requirements of critical telecommunication infrastructure and services, Ministry of Information Technology (MoIT) and Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) have recently organized a workshop on Regulatory Framework for Disaster Management using ICTs’ in collaboration with International Telecommunication Union (ITU) at the PTA headquarters. Dr. Tamer Demir, ITU expert, BCM, Global, Turkey, shared international best…Read More

Improving waste management vital for Pakistan

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STAFF REPORT ISB: Lorenzo Santucci, Economic Affairs Officer, UN Escap, has said that improving waste management is an urgent agenda in a fast-growing middle-income country like Pakistan. He said this while briefing participants of a recently held workshop titled Integrated Resource Recovery Centre’. The workshop was organised by UN-Habitat and UN-ESCAP in collaboration with the Ministry of Climate Change.The Pakistan’s first IRRC, located in sector G-15, is a pilot project of UN-…Read More