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August 20, 2013

ڈاکٹرساجدیوسفانی سیکرٹری لائیوسٹاک پنجاب کایونیورسٹی آف ویٹرنری اینڈ اینیمل سائنسزلاہور کادورہ

August 20, 2013 ڈاکٹرساجدیوسفانی سیکرٹری لائیوسٹاک پنجاب نے یونیورسٹی آف ویٹرنری اینڈاینیمل سائنسزلاہورکادورہ کیا۔ پروفیسرڈاکٹرطلعت نصیر پاشاوائس چانسلر نے یونیورسٹی کے اغراض و مقاصد اورانڈرگریجوایٹ اورپوسٹ گریجوایٹ کورسزبارے تفصیلی بریفنگ دیتے ہوئے کہاکہ اس وقت یونیورسٹی میں 9انڈرگریجوایٹ اور20ڈیپارٹمنٹس میں ایم فل اور14مختلف ڈیپارٹمنٹس میں پی ایچ ڈی پراگرامز کی کلاسز جاری ہیںاس کے علاوہ ایم بی اے لائیوسائنسزاورمختلف قسم کے ڈپلومہ اور ٹریننگ پروگرامز بھی کروائے جارہے ہیں۔ یونیورسٹی میں…

مکئی کی فصل

زرعی میڈیا ڈاٹ کام لاہور :20 اگست 2013: کاشتکار مکئی کی فصل میں جڑی بوٹیوں کی بروقت تلفی سے پیداوار میں45فیصد تک اضافہ کر سکتے ہیں ۔نظامت زرعی اطلاعات پنجاب کے ترجمان کے مطابق مکئی کی فصل میں جڑی بوٹیوں کی زیادہ تعداد پیداوار میں کمی اور فصل کو تباہ کرنے کا سبب بن سکتی ہے۔ترجمان نے مزید بتایا کہ مکئی کی فصل کی اہم جڑی بوٹیوں میں اِ ٹ سٹ، تاندلہ، باتھو، کرنڈ ، لیہلی، جنگلی ہالوں ، جنگلی پالک ، چبڑ ، بھکھڑا ، ڈیلا ، کھل گھاس ، مدھانہ ، سوانکی اور بَرو وغیرہ شامل ہیں۔ ان جڑی بوٹیوں کی تلفی…

Big Agriculture creating new generation of antibiotic-resistant super bugs

A group of Canadian and French scientists have uncovered more evidence that prolific use of antibiotics in animal agriculture is contributing to the development of drug-resistant "super-bugs," in a study published in Journal of Environmental Quality and funded by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. Feeding antibiotics to healthy animals is a common practice in industrial agriculture, because it is believed to reduce rates of illness and to result in larger animals and therefore, higher…

Cotton crop situation satisfactory

August 20, 2013 LAHORE - Cotton crop has been cultivated on 5.78 million acres and its situation is satisfactory. This was informed in the meeting on cotton held on Monday at Central Cotton Research Institute Multan. Dr Anjum Ali, Director General Agriculture (Ext.), M Zahid, Director CCRI, Multan, M Rafiq Akhtar, Director Agricultural Information Punjab, and other senior cotton scientists attended the meeting. Cotton crop situation was reviewed with respect to area planted, plant…

Climate experts: Change strategy now

Jamal Shahid ISLAMABAD: Meteorologists and environmentalists (Climate experts) had long seen heavy monsoon spells coming to Pakistan. The current downpour only confirmed what they had been reading in the displacement of the monsoon pattern since 1991. Indeed, their fear that abnormal rainfall may bring destructive floods became a reality in the last year of that decade. “We believe that the cause of the even more devastating floods in 2010 lay in the shifting of the monsoon…

Pakistan Government urged to sign FTA with Thailand: Kinnow

August 20, 2013 The Pakistan government may initiate a dialogue of FTA with Thailand during a visit from the Thai Premier. Talking here on Monday, Ahmed Jawad from Harvest Trading, said being member of ASEAN, Thailand offers a 500 million consumer market to Pakistan as ASEAN by 2015 would be a common market on the pattern of the European market. He divulged that in ASEAN, the share of Thailand is 25 per cent of its total trade. The annual bilateral trade between Thailand and Pakistan…

Agriculture: The Thing We Want For Our Future

August 20, 2013 Agriculture: The Thing We Want For Our Future Every Farmer's Dream . Every Agrarian's Wish . The Thing We Want For Our Future Farming . Agriculture: The Thing We Want For Our Future by zaraimedia Published in ZaraiMedia.com

ICE sugar drops after speculators slash net short position

August 20, 2013 Futures of ICE sugar had their biggest one-day tumble in nearly two months on Monday, after a sharp fall in speculators' net short positions indicated that the recent short-covering rally may have run its course. Cocoa on ICE Futures US and Liffe turned higher, as dealers showed concern about dry weather delaying the harvest in top grower Ivory Coast, while arabica coffee pared earlier losses. The Thomson Reuters-Jefferies CRB index, a global benchmark for commodities…

Indian sugar futures steady as demand hopes offset supplies

August 20, 2013 Indian sugar futures were treading water on Monday as hopes of a revival in exports due to a weak rupee, and a likely rise in retail demand during the festival season offset a forecast of surplus production for a fourth straight year. At 0951 GMT, the key September contract was up 0.07 percent at 3,019 rupees ($48.23) per 100 kg on the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange. "The market is oversupplied. Next year also production is expected to be higher than…

EU wheat prices rise in wake of Chicago but competition weighs

August 20, 2013 EU wheat prices rose on Monday, mainly supported by a rebound in grain prices in Chicago prompted by a lack of rainfall over the weekend to relieve US Midwest corn and soybean crops. However, activity was low and prospects of strong competition from Black Sea countries on the export markets was limiting gains, traders said. November 2013 milling wheat on the Paris Euronext futures market rose 0.4 percent at 184.50 euros ($250) a tonne by 1327 GMT. "We are getting a…

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