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Govt plans to convert locust swarms into fertilisers

ISLAMABAD: The government on Wednesday decided to convert locust swarms into fertilisers in order to tackle the pest invasion in Pakistan, which according to some reports poses a bigger threat to the country’s economy...

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Govt urged to up agri spending

ISLAMABAD: Farmers on Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against delay in the Rs56 billion agriculture relief package to provide them subsidy on fertilisers, cotton seed, and pesticides amid the coronavirus pandemic. The protest was...

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Fed govt warned of flour crisis ahead over new wheat policy

LAHORE: Flour Mills Association on Wednesday rejected new wheat release policy announced by the federal government and said that it would cause a flour crisis in the country. Chairman Flour Mills Association Asim Raza...

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Govt urged to up agri spending

ISLAMABAD: Farmers on Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against delay in the Rs56 billion agriculture relief package to provide them subsidy on fertilisers, cotton seed, and pesticides amid the coronavirus pandemic. The protest was...

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Farmers protest delay in agri-relief package

ISLAMABAD: Farmers on Wednesday staged a protest demonstration against delay in the Rs56 billion agriculture relief package to provide them subsidy on fertilisers, cotton seed, and pesticides amid the coronavirus pandemic. The protest was...

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Pakistan approves private sector wheat imports

Pakistan’s Economic Coordination Committee (ECC) of the cabinet on June 22 gave approval to the private sector to import 2.5 million tonnes of wheat to control prices in the domestic market, the Express Tribune...

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SHC stops crackdown against sugar mills

The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Tuesday stopped the federal government from taking actions against the sugar mills owners who – according to an inquiry commission report – had minted billions of rupees by...

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Foreign dependence continues for agri in sindh budget

THE outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic has affected every sector of the economy. And the agriculture sector is no exception. The Sindh government has reduced the development portfolio under the annual development plan (ADP)...

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Import substitution for edible oil urged

Farmers have asked federal and provincial governments to promote import substitution of edible oil, a commodity which costs Pakistan over $3.2 billion in imports. The recommendation was made by the Sindh Abadgar Board in...

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Locusts bigger threat to Pakistan than Covid-19

The rapidly increasing locust attacks have made agriculture sector stakeholders highly perturbed as they feel federal and provincial governments are still not active enough to tackle the insect. They lament that these governments have...