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Balanced use of Fertilizers in Pakistan: Status and Perspectives

Balanced use of Fertilizers in Pakistan: Status and Perspectives

Report by Dr. Abdul Wakeel, IPI coordinator for Pakistan. 36 pages
Language:
English
Year:
2015
Category:
Reports

An ever increasing population is significant on the use of chemical fertilizers for food security, because high yielding varieties and intensive use of soils deteriorates the natural resources especially soils in developing countries. Reduced soil fertility is one of many factors degrading soil quality and productivity.

This internship report is based on the data collected by interns to present the facts and figures of the use of fertilizers in Pakistan to signify the perspectives of balanced use of fertilizers with special reference to the use of potash. This report provides a view of Pakistani agriculture regarding balanced use of fertilizers to researchers, extension workers, progressive farmers and policy makers.

 

 

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