Tag Archives: Pakistan agriculture

Why Pakistan Cannot Produce Enough Vegetables?

Yields of vegetables produced in Pakistan are low which is due to infestation with diseases, low plant density, weed infestation and poor water quality. By adopting suitable seeds and cultivating methods yields could be extended considerably.

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Pakistan’s Cash Crops: Fruit Production

Fruit produced in Pakistan have one feature in common: while climatic conditions are favorable for cultivation, production results are in all varieties below average and in general sinking. It needs to invest more in agriculture research to increase its fruit production.

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Saving Water in Pakistan and India by Feeding Thirsty Crops with Drops

How India and Pakistan can reduce wastage of water in the age of climate change and water scarcity. The two countries can conserve water and increase productivity which can lessen stress on their shared and contested water resources.

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Farmer Turns Pakistan’s Sand Dunes Green

One farmer has pioneered drip irrigation to transform desert into a fruit orchard in Punjab – but at a cost few can replicate.

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