Agriculture

Four SAU Scholars Awarded Ph.D. Degrees

Hidayatullah Kakar, Ms. Saima Bano, Sajjad Hussain Rind and Abid Hussain Khoso carried out research on making products from banana…

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Experts at MH Panhwar Farms are researching on low-sugar mango verities

Envoy shows keen interest in technology exchange and agriculture research between his country and Sindh’s institutions. Tando Jam The Consul…

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SBP Offers 100 Internships to Agriculture Graduates of Sindh

Sindh Agriculture University organizes ‘Hari Melo’ and Conference in collaboration with State Bank and a private bank Tando Jam The…

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Hybrid seeds have affected the agriculture yield in Sindh

Sindh Agriculture University organizes training workshop on ‘Dry Chain Technology and use of Seed Banks’. Tandojam Dr. Fateh Marri, Vice…

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SAU Academic Council approves introduction of new degree programs

Sindh Agriculture University’s Academic Council also approved revision of syllabus of the Faculty of Agricultural engineering courses. Tando Jam Academic…

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46 different diseases devastate Sindh’s Chili crop

The hybrid seed has devastated the Kunri chili market, once known as Asia’s largest market – Mian Muhammad Saleem, a…

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UNFAO to establish Automatic Weather Forecast Station at SAU Umerkot Campus

The establishment of Meteorological Station is part of ‘Transforming the Indus Basin with Climate Resilient Agriculture and Water Management’ project.…

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Climate Change causes 50% decline in cotton production in Sindh

Agronomists, private sector and agricultural academic researchers at a seminar on ‘Cotton Production Technology’ underline need for more research and…

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‘PANAMA FUSARIUM WILT’ DISEASE ATTACKS SINDH’S BANANA CROP

The imported agricultural varieties must be quarantined before allowing plantation – Sindh Agriculture University holds emergency meeting to discuss the…

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The secret world beneath our feet is mind-blowing and a key to planet’s future

 When severe drought strikes, the erosion rate of degraded soil can rise 6,000-fold. In other words, the soil collapses. Fertile…

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