Month: October 2020

PARC introduces improved fodder crops hybrid varieties

A meeting of the Variety Evaluation Committee (VEC) for a recommendation of newly developed crop fodder varieties, was held at Pakistan Agriculture Research Council. After a thorough evaluation, the committee approved seed varieties of 55 Maize hybrid (3-29% yield potential) out of 74 for general cultivation. Dr. Azeem Khan, Chairman PARC remarked that Maize is […]
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Nearly 4,000 hybrid rice varieties grown in China

Agronomists have planted about 4,000 rice varieties in a hybrid experimental rice base in the southwest to acquire the ideal seeds for large-scale plantation. The hybrid rice science park 9,087 square meters for the first phase of construction, along with 133.33 hectares of outdoor farmland. This year, nearly 4,000 rice varieties, each with 50 to […]
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Pakistan to Produce Two Million Disease-Resistant Potato

Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) to Produce Two Million Disease-Resistant Potato Tubers Using Tissue Culture Technology. Tissue culture technology is being broadly used for large-scale plant multiplication and gives a science-based solution for plant propagation, disease elimination, and plant improvement said Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) Chairman Dr. Muhammad Azeem Khan during an agreement signing […]
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