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Physiological threat of reduction on cotton growth, quality, and productivity by weeds

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Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) is the most preferred natural fiber and contributes to a one-third of the total fiber traded on a global scale. Emerging weeds in cotton production zones and their management is a major crop production challenge across the world. Poor weed management in cotton can lead to a significant yield reduction, depending […]…Read More

Role of Innovative Nutrient Management Techniques in Precision Agriculture in Pakistan

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Precision agriculture (PA):Precision agriculture (PA) is an approach to farm management that uses information technology (IT) to ensure that the crops and soil receive exactly what they need for optimum health and productivity. The goal of PA is to ensure profitability, sustainability and protection of the environment. PA is also known as satellite agriculture, as-needed farming and site-specific […]…Read More

Climate Change Impacts on Crop Productivity and Endangering Pakistan Future

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article image Climate study is very important as all life forms survive in this world due to favorable climatic conditions and any change in climate will affect all biological lives around the world by altering forests, crop yields and water supplies. Climate is the average measure of variation in meteorological variables in a particular region over long […]…Read More

Isolation of menthol from various Mentha varieties using physical processes

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article image Menthol is a biologically active ingredient of viable worth and is utilize in a number of industries. The essential oil acquired from various Mentha species frequently comprises menthol as chief component (40-85%). The Mentha species  have extraordinary menthol contents are Mentha arvensis named as Japanese mint (80-85%) and Mentha piperata recognized as American peppermint (50-55%). […]…Read More

Promotion of STEM Education for young learners in KP and Balochistan

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article image Representatives from nine robotics companies from across Pakistan met with Balochistan’s Education Secretary Abdul Fateh Bangar in Quetta this week to discuss the introduction of robotics-based science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in Balochistan. Presenting innovative ideas regarding the use of technology at education institutions, the representatives explained how STEM studies could improve education […]…Read More

Hamdard Foundation gains impress delegates

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STAFF REPORT PESH: The achievements of various educational and medical projects being undertaken by the Hamdard Foundation of Shaheed Hakim Muhammed Said have left delegates impressed who want such schemes launched in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as well to benefit the militancy-hit province people. The journalists from Peshawar received the first-hand information on these projects during a recent visit to the port city of Karachi. The occasion was the 20th convocation of the Hamdard University at…Read More