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May 3, 2013

Plant Protection Services

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Aviana Kenya 2013: Poultry and Livestock

International Expo for Poultry and livestock Where NAVNAT HALL, Behind Sapphire Hotel, Mombasa Town, KENYA When 13-14 June 2013 Time 9am-5pm AVIANA KENYA 2013 "International Expo for Poultry and Livestock" would be a Gateway to most of the Companies and open Investment opportunities and a great business opportunity for all.  With over 100 International exhibitors from 21 different African, European, Middle East and Asian countries, this expo will not only provide a platform to…

Organic Foods: Understanding Organic Food Labels, Benefits, and Claim

Organic food has become very popular. But navigating the maze of organic food labels, benefits, and claims can be confusing. Is organic food really healthier? Is it more nutritious? What do all the labels mean? Why is it so expensive? This guide can help you make better choices about which organic foods are healthier for you and better for the environment, and how you can afford to incorporate more organic food into your diet. In This Article: What is organic food? The benefits of organic…

Farmers urged to avoid harvesting during rains

May 03, 2013 Meteorologists on Thursday urged farmers to follow weather advisories to avoid problems during harvests. The Met Office issued its 10-day weather advisory for farmers, urging them not to harvest during rains to avoid yield loss. "Farmers of lower half of the country are advised to prepare the fields for the coming Kharif crops in time," the advisory issued by the Met Office said, adding that growers of lower half (of the country), including Southern Punjab, Sindh and…

گندم خریداری مہم جاری ایک لاکھ 30 ہزار بوری باردانہ تقسیم

جمعـء 3 مئ 2013 سرکاری خریداری ہونے کے باوجود منڈیوں میں 20ہزار ٹن گندم فروخت کیلئے لائی گی،بڑے بیوپاریوں کی خریداری بھی جاری پہلے شکایات ملی تھیں،ڈسٹرکٹ فوڈ کنٹرولر کے متعدد مراکز پر چھاپوں کے بعد معاملات بہترہوگئے ہیں،محکمہ خوراک کا دعویٰ گوجرانولاہ(سٹی رپورٹر)محکمہ خوراک کی گندم خریداری کی مہم کے دوسرے روز ضلع گوجرانوالہ کے 18خریداری مراکز پر ایک لاکھ30ہزار بوری بار دانہ تقسیم کیا گیا گزشتہ روز مجموعی طور پر 52176 بوری گندم پہنچی۔ سرکاری طور پرخریداری شروع ہونے کے…

Monitoring wheat movement: Sindh government sets up vigilance committee

May 03, 2013 To prevent hoarding, the Sindh government on Thursday constituted a three-member vigilance committee to monitor the wheat movement across the province. The committee was set up during a meeting chaired by caretaker minister Khalid Latif to discuss wheat procurement and the price issue. The meeting was also attended by representatives of Sindh Food Department and Chairman Pakistan Flour Mills Association (PFMA) Chaudhry Ansar Jawed. After detailed discussions, the food…

Officials issuing fake jobs orders

Friday, May-03-2013 Suspecting veracity or genuineness, authorities of Sindh Prison department have refused to accept the job order of O.G warder (BS-05) distributed from Chief Minister House/Secretariat a few months back, sources told Business Recorder here on Monday. In October 2011, Madad Ali, who belongs to Dadu, had got the job appointment order of O.G warder (BS-05) (prison department) for his son Asadullah from Syed Asghar Ali Shah, Technical Assistant to Chief Minister.…

Government to miss wheat production target by a million tons

May 3, 2013 By Shahram Haq LAHORE: The 25-million-ton wheat production target set by the government for 2013 seems too close yet so far as agriculture experts expect production to clock in between 23 million and 24 million tons according to actual estimates on the ground – depicting that the country is going to miss the target by at least a million tons this year. With the expectations of missing the target for the fifth consecutive year, the fear of wheat shortage and high flour…

Research: Scientists infect chicks with H7N9

May 2, 2013 In a concrete bunker one hour from Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne, scientists are injecting six week old chickens with the pathogen H7N9 bird flu as part of a research to head off a global outbreak. The H7N9 specimen arrived on a commercial flight 12 days ago in a 0.5 millilitre sample (10 would fit on a teaspoon) from a patient in China’s Anhui province. World Health Organisation’s Collaborating Center for Reference and Research on Influenza in Melbourne,…

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