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SEA BUCKTHORN, A MIRACLE PLANT IN GB.

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article image Orange berries, long silver-gray leaves, dense, stiff and thorny branches and with beautiful appearance, the magical plant, sea buckthorn is famous not only for its nutritious berries, it is multi-purpose plant used for medicinal, ornamental and environmentally friendly plant and has been used around the world for water and soil conservation, land rehabilitation and reclamation, […]…Read More

Neem – a miracle Tree

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article image NEEM (AZADIRACHTA INDICA) IS a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. It is native to India Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Pakistan. Neem is a fast-growing tree that can reach up to 15-20 m (about 50-65 feet) tall, and sometimes even to 35-40 m (115-131 feet). It grows well on dry, stony, clayey and saline soils. Neem has tendency to withstand severe drought. Neem tree normally starts fruiting after three to five years. In above10 years it becomes fully productive, from the tenth…Read More

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Camelina-a sustainable biofuel miracle plant

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article image Camelina is an oilseed and energy crop, which has gathered a lot of attention in the last few years. Its importance cannot be ignored due to its uses and benefits. Worldwide, everyone is looking for bio-fuel and camelina is one of the best sources of bio-fuels. Recently, jet fuel market has evolved as a potential business opportunity for camelina oil. It has excellent nutritional and medicinal values due to the presence of elite fatty acid profiling. It has potential for many other bio-…Read More

Soybean, the miracle bean

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article image Soybean (Glycine max L.) is one of the most important oilseeds crop in the world. It is also known with various other names like miracle bean’, wonder bean’, golden bean’, king of bean’ and people say that it is a golden gift of nature to humanity in terms of health benefits. The soybean seeds contain 25 per cent oil and 45 per cent good quality protein and 35 per cent carbohydrates. Recently, it has been observed that soybean became an important world commodity. It is easy…Read More

Pakistans higher education miracle

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article image By Muhammad Naeem KhanOver the past decade, two major revolutions have taken place in Pakistan - one in the ICT and the other in higher education. Tele-density in the country has increased to 69 per cent. The mobile phone market has grown 22-fold and internet users have grown 138-fold. This has gone a long way in providing greater impetus to the progress being made in the higher education sector of the countryPAKISTAN HAS always been a knowledge and talent powerhouse of the Muslim world. It has…Read More