THE world of agriculture looks bleak from the fertiliser’s point of view. Higher prices have impacted all crops,...
Ahmad Fraz Khan
This year, the federation wants farmers to produce 27m tonnes after an increase of 5pc in the official rate
A national vegetable policy is required that identifies potential production areas in different ecological zones...
Traders believe the government needs to allow the import of 200,000 to 300,000 tonnes of wheat, at least for Karachi.
Cotton crop alone is expected to cost the national exchequer over $2 billion in imports and bring the national ...
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The SDGs, which bind Pakistan — and Punjab by extension — to end hunger and malnutrition by 2030, have been ...
An increase in acreage and improvement in farming practices could double production in the next five years.
The Indian ban on imports means cotton may have to be sourced from the US.
Punjab’s agricultural growth strategy envisages increase in total factor productivity by 300pc and creation of 1.26
The Punjab Food Department has no idea how much wheat to procure to ensure national food security next year
AS experts put it, one word that defines agriculture research scene in Pakistan is ‘directionless’. It lacks sustained
Improvements in supply and marketing are still a distant dream.
Pakistan exports less than 10pc of its kinno crop.
Barely eight months after notifying an agriculture policy, the Punjab government is at it again.
The Irsa system now has additional 1.7maf water from the system. With more to come in the rest of February, savings are
How can Pakistan exploit its salt potential and tap into the 270-million-tonne annual global demand for quality salt?
Prices will go further up if the government intervenes to help farmers by raising the prices of wheat and sugar cane
The commodity may be in abundance today, but climate change can wipe out the minor surplus within a year.