Agriculture

Sindh govt. to formulate bio-saline agriculture plan

80 billion cubic meters bio-saline water is available in Tharparkar underneath the coal reserves – SECMC official By GR Junejo…

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Establishing Farmers’ Markets in Sindh cities suggested

Seminar on Mango Quality, Production, Opportunities and Challenges held at Sindh Agriculture University Tando Jam Tando Jam: Dr. Fateh Muhammad…

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A private sector Agriculture Research Center to be setup in Thatta

The project being established over 1000 acres between Gujo and Jungshahi also includes setting up of Eco Farm and Agri-Museum…

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Traditional Foods need to be adopted!

Traditional foods, fruits and vegetables are highly rich in nutrients, antioxidants, and other bioactive compounds, offering enormous health benefits. By…

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Honeybees – Our Planet’s Source of Survival

Nearly one third of all honeybees in the country have reportedly perished in just a few years, which is matter…

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No de-siltation of saline water drains carried out in 15 years

Growers fear flooding due to choked saline drains during monsoon By Kamran Khamiso Khowaja Thatta: The de-siltation of saline water…

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Improving Tomato Market Mechanism and Value Chain in Sindh Discussed

Tomato growers of Sindh always suffer of the price volatility; government should assure farmer-friendly and fair market mechanisms in Sindh…

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Growers Condemn Ban on Paddy Cultivation

Ban would plunge the growers into financial crisis  Sindh Govt. wants growers to cultivate sugarcane for benefit of mill-owners –…

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Sindh govt. bans paddy cultivation on left bank of River Indus

Ban on paddy cultivation will be effective in Ghotki, Sukkur, Khairpur, Naushehroferoze, Shaheed Benazirabad, Matiari, Sanghar, Mirpurkhas, Umerkot and Hyderabad…

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Tomato Growers of Sindh in Trouble

Currently, like almost every year, tomato growers in Sindh are facing harshest economic problem as tomatoes prices have tumbled down…

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