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Country’s floriculture share in global market negligible: UAF VC

STAFF REPORT FAISALABAD: Despite a huge potential of producing good quality of flowers, the country’s floriculture share in the international market is negligible.  This was stated by University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Vice Chancellor Professor Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan while presiding over the inaugural session of seminar titled “Prospects of bulbous flower producti…Read More

Quality fodder of millet and cowpea

In the age of extreme global development only those countries are mak- ing rapid head way in area of economic development that have attained a selfsufficiency in food produc- tion while rest of countries are just eagle-eyed them. Pakistan is one of the ma- jor milk producing coun- tries and demand for milk is rising due to increase in population and change in eating habits of the people. Fodders are used to feed the dairy stocks, mostly buf- faloes, rely on cultivated forage for the green feed in their ration. Fodder scarcity is considered a major limiting factor for prosperous livestock…Read More

Lime: the miraculous fruit

A natural combina- tion of sweet, juicy and sour sweet lime is a strange sum- mer fruit that can fresh you instantly. You can enjoy its pulpy flesh by slowly chew- ing it or you can drink a glass full of its yellowish green juice.   It is low calorie and low fat diet with strange and countless benefits. It is truly the precious fruit or you can say the fruit of heaven. It is cure of about all diseases in present season. Let us take glimpse of its some benefits:  Prevents and treats sunstroke:  Instead of carbonated beverages that give you n…Read More

DTH (Direct-To-Home) Too Little Too Late

Direct-to-home is simply high definition digital TV at our door step. Why most of us never heard of it? Because PEMRA didn’t think it was right time to auction out licenses of a technology that is being used by millions of users in the region. DTH would mean high quality international entertainment channels at our doorstep. Now if we look at the possible DTH deployment in Pakistan picture looks pretty dark. Local cable providers not only provide low quality cable services which is unreliable, makes no use of superior display of our TVs and worst not regulated at all. This behavior not on…Read More

Artificial Intelligence in Agriculture

It is expected that global population will reached 9 billion in 2050.it means we require more agricultural production in order to meet food demands. Otherwise we will be suffering from food security problems. Which is the biggest threat of future. So we have to increase our per unit area production. In agriculture we emphasis on yield. For increasing yield, our farm interprises requires new and innovative technologies to face and overcome these difficult challenges. …Read More

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Life without you "The insect”

Today I am going to talk about a tiny creature having three-segmented body (head, thorax and abdomen) covered in an exoskeleton, three pairs of jointed legs, compound eyes, and a pair of antennae called …Read More

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National development

Pakistan today has the lowest GDP growth in the region. The government claims to have a GDP   growth of 4.7 percent but independent experts disagree and insist that it is well below 4 percent. …Read More

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Volume 07 Issue 30

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Pakistani scientist couple leads the way with underwater drones in Australia

Just when we got used to the sight of drones in the sky, capturing stunning aerial views, it’s time to get a grasp on a new idea -- drones underwater. Like its airborne cousin, an underwater drone is released to fulfil a mission on its own. It follows a pre-programmed path, captures images and other data, and delivers them back to base.  Intelligent aquatic drones could even make autonomous decisions, like changing course to avoid obstacles, or identifying ar…Read More

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