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7 Health Benefits of Cauliflower

By True Activist It’s that time of the year when markets bloom up with that spongy, anti-inflammatory, heart healthy flowering vegetable know as cauliflower. You’ll want to include cauliflower as one of the cruciferous vegetables you eat on a regular basis if you want to receive these 7 fantastic health benefits. 1. Nutritional Cauliflower also contains vitamins B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantothenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine) and B9 (folic acid). It contains…

SCCI’s vegetable storage centre at Sialkot Airport under study

December 17, 2014 - BR Report - Business community is considering establishing "Food, meat and Vegetable cold storage" centre at Sialkot International Airport. The step was being taken for opening new avenue for exports and could be the source of quantum leap in export from Sialkot. Talking to Business Recorder on Tuesday, President Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) Fazal Jillani said that we are trying to get necessary funds from Export Development Fund (EDF) for…

How to Maximizing cauliflower production

by Muhammad Amjad Ali Vegetable crops are the eminent source of human nutrition.  Among the vegetables cauliflower is of much importance and cultivated about all over the year. It is a ‘Cole crop’ grown world wide for its head which is also called ‘curd’. It is a nutritious vegetable crop in the fact that unripe heads contain 7-10% dry mass, 4% carbohydrate, 2-3% protein, 60 mg vitamin C/100 g and other vitamins as well as minerals in traces. Pakistan is a large producer of…

Cauliflower growers advised to complete sowing till June 15

June 12, 2014 Punjab Agriculture Department (PAD) has advised the growers of cauliflowers to complete sowing of early variety of this vegetable till June 15 and second type of early variety in July 1-15. In an advisory issued here on Wednesday, agriculture experts of the department said that growers should use one kilograms of seeds per acre for early sowing varieties and half kilograms of seed for late sowing varieties. Similarly they should apply some appropriate anti-fungus…

Prices of daily use items remain stable in KP

January 07, 2013 AMJAD ALI SHAH Prices of daily use items remained stabled as no significant change registered during first week of 2013, except slight increase in prices on poultry products and tomatoes in retail market, according to survey conducted by BR here on Sunday. The survey noted that the prices mostly of routine kitchen basket remained unchanged during preceding week in retail market. Tomato was available at Rs 40 per kg and Onion is being sold at Rs 30 per kg. The…

Commodities rates in Lahore market

LAHORE, September 16, 2012: Agriculture Marketing Information Service Punjab (AMISP) issued rates of agriculture products in local market on Saturday. The following are 100 kg rates of different agriculture products in Lahore market: Maize minimum Rs 2000 and maximum 2200, Rice Super Karnal Basmati (New) minimum Rs 10000 and maximum Rs 11000, Rice Basmati (old) minimum Rs 11500 and maximum Rs 12500, white sugar minimum Rs 4980 and maximum Rs 4980, white gram (local) minimum Rs 10500…

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