DAP and NPK saw their usage increasing from the targeted 600,000 tonnes to over 1m tonnes.
Ahmad Fraz Khan
Ostrich is still not placed in livestock category, any attempt to export the bird or its products attracts heavy fines.
The Punjab Food Department will start procurement of four million tonnes from April 20.
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It may be time for it to focus on the difference between the performance and the potential of the soils.
Tarbela extension project, is heading for deadline failure despite a Rs5 billion acceleration plan.
The LRMIS will also facilitate banks in extending credit to farmers.
The committee will fix responsibility and start the process of recovery of Rs180m Sukuk Bond.
The entire amount of Rs100bn would be spent on purely ‘development activity’.
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The pattern of fodder failure has its own answer; it is sporadic, restricted to pockets where milk market is dwindling.
The industry insists that it has been conveying, not controlling, chicken meat prices.
The major disconnect between the farming community and govts is highlighted by the absence of an agriculture policy.
No one can report the theft of irrigation water without risking social consequences.
Out of five reasons for crop failure, according to farmers, the failing BT regime tops the list.
Punjab asks the federal government to take other federating units on board and spare areas for oil producing crops.
Hot weather would also restrict vegetative growth, force the crop into early pollination and affect the yield
Construction of some major structures and even earthwork has not been undertaken yet.
Instead of making suitable machines to cater to the small farmers, the industry persisted with producing big tractors.