Effect of phosphorus rates on tomato in calcareous soil

Phosphorous (P) has a significant role in root growth, fruit and seed development, and plant disease resistance. Currently, no P fertilizer recommendations are available for vegetables grown on calcareous soils in Florida. The objective of a new study was to evaluate the impact of different P rates on leaf tissue P concentration (LTPC), plant growth, […]

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Living mulch builds profits

Living mulch capacities like mulch on any ranch or garden with the exception of – it’s alive. No, it’s not out of the most recent blood and guts film; living mulch is a framework agriculturists can use to profit the two benefits and the dirt. While the framework has been around for some time, researchers […]

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Evaluation of nontraditional vegetables under the climatic conditions of Punjab, Pakistan

Evaluation of nontraditional vegetables under the climatic conditions of Punjab, Pakistan Muhammad Aamer1, Rashad Mukhtar Balal1, Muhammad Adnan Shahid1,3, Muhammad Zubair1 and Mujahid Ali2 Department of Horticulture, University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha Institute of Horticultural Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad Horticultural Sciences Department, Institute of Food & Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Florida, […]

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Rose Rosette Disease

Rose rosette disease is an untreatable rose disease caused by the Rose rosette virus (RRV), and is spread and introduced into the rose during feeding by the rose leaf curl mite (Phyllocoptes fructiplilus). This extremely small eriophyid mite feeds on cell sap of the tender stems and leaf petioles. The rose leaf curl mite alone […]

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US launches new mobile project for farmers, fishermen in KPK

The United States, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID), launched a new pilot project to introduce mobile enabled advisory and financial services for peach and potato farmers and fishermen in Swat, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. As a result of this project, over 1,700 small and medium sized farms and 15,000 people in Swat will gain […]

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Hydroponics — Its history and use in barren land

As in due course of time, Pakistan may have to make use of its barren lands to meet the food requirement of its rapid growing population By Dr. S.M. ALAM and Dr. R. ANSARI NIA, Tandojam Apr 09 – 15, 2001 There are many excellent works, one can point out, which sufficiently presents the early […]

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