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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing (2011)

Groundnut Genotypes for Arid Farming in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Ayub Khan ; Nasrullah Jan Malik ; Muhammad Idress Khan

Groundnut Genotypes for Arid Farming in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

Groundnut varieties, Arid Farming, High pod yielding, Northern Malakand Division

Auteurs  : Ayub Khan ; Nasrullah Jan Malik ; Muhammad Idress Khan
Publisher  : LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Date de parution : 2011-12-13
Pages : 64

Présentation

Pakistan being an agricultural country is facing chronic shortage of edible oils. The indigenous production doesn’t meet the edible oil requirement of the country. Annually about Rs. 72 billion is spent on its import to fulfill the country requirement and now due to the mushrooming growth in population the requirement in increasing further. The edible oil stood second after petroleum bill in the total import. This gigantic drain on our hard-earned foreign exchange resources is a great challenge for agricultural scientists and all allied stalk holders. Among the conventional oil seed crops groundnut emerged a potential oil seed crop that can minimized the gap between production and consumption. The book in hand can furnish useful information for oils seed scientists and growers

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