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Agricultural research productivity in Pakistan e-book

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Qazi Tauqir Azam

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English

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Economic Growth Center, Yale University (1991)

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9694090881

Agricultural research productivity in Pakistan e-book

by Qazi Tauqir Azam


Erik A. Bloom Yale University Robert E. Evenson Yale University.

Erik A. Notes: Financial support for this paper was provided b. inrock International (Grant No. 322-88-03).

Qazi Tauqir Azam; Erik A. Bloom; Robert E. Evenson. Year of publication: 1991. Authors: Azam, Qazi T. ; Bloom, Erik A. ; Evenson, Robert E. Publisher

However, agriculture in Pakistan faces most pressing water, land .

However, agriculture in Pakistan faces most pressing water, land, environmental, agronomic, institutional and socio-economic challenges, which have severe agricultural productivity implications. In Pakistan, generally partial measure of productivity is used to quantify the agricultural crop productivity, such as wheat production per hectare of land. Total Measures of Productivity.

Endosulfan is known for its non target toxicity in various compartments of ecosystem. Its presence in hotspots and agricultural fields is an environmental concern. In this study spent mushroom compost extract of Pleurotus ostreatus (SMCE) was evaluated for its potential in bioremediation against Endosulfan in different microcosms

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First, if agricultural productivity is perceived to be perpetually lower than manufacturing productivity, then policymakers will tend to bias policies and incentive structures toward manufacturing (which has generally been the case in Pakistan)

First, if agricultural productivity is perceived to be perpetually lower than manufacturing productivity, then policymakers will tend to bias policies and incentive structures toward manufacturing (which has generally been the case in Pakistan).

Bukhari, S. Javed Iqbal (2000) In Appropriate Post-Harvest Technologies for Horticultural Crops in Asia. Asian Productivity Organization, Tokyo. Chaudhry, M. Ghaffar, Ghulam Mustafa Chaudhry, and Muhammad Ali Qasim (1996) Growth of Output and Productivity in Pakistan’s Agriculture: Trends, Sources, and Policy Implications. Center Reprint No. 578. Economic Growth Center, Yale University

Pakistan’s agricultural productivity ranges between 29% and 52%, far lower than the world’s best averages for major commodities, the report says.

Pakistan’s agricultural productivity ranges between 29% and 52%, far lower than the world’s best averages for major commodities, the report says. Pakistan produces . tons of wheat from one hectare, which is just 38% of the . tons produced in France – the world’s best productivity. Similarly, Pakistan produces . tons of cotton per hectare, which is 52% of the . tons produced in China.


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