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Farmers training in informal seed production and processing of oats
Seed production is a major problem for mostly forage crops, as most of them are harvested and fed to livestock well before seed formation, unless intentionally kept for seed. There is hardly any company which produces seed ...
Data compilation of green fodder and dry matter yield from 6 validation plots (Farmer vs improved variety) of oats
Data compilation of green fodder and dry matter yield from 6 validation plots (Farmer vs improved variety)of oats
Gender mainstreaming in CRP dryland system Chakwal-Pakistan: Socio economic assessment and feedback
Considering the importance of the value addition at local lever for improving gender participation in income generation activities and improve household food security, training programs on the subject were included in the ...
Introduction of cactus pear to farmer's field
In Pakistan, rangelands are the major source of feed for about 167.5 million heads of livestock. At present rangelands are being grazed by all kinds of livestock. About 40 percent of feed requirements for horses, donkeys ...
Two tonnes of improved variety of oat produced and distributed in 50 acres
2 tons of improved variety of oat produced and distribution for 50 acres
Questionnaire on Informal Seed Production Trials (For Oat seed)
Questionnaire for assessment of informal seed production of oat
Sediment yield data used for SWAT modeling
Sediment erosion dataset used in SWAT modeling
DSSAT model calibration and validation for wheat and barley
DSSAT model for wheat and barley
Centre-Commissioned External Review of ICARDA’s Outreach Programs and Partnerships
ICARDA’s Draft Response to the Recommendations of the Center Commissioned External Review (CCER) of ICARDA’s Outreach Programs and Partnerships
Cactus plantations at farm field under intensive management
The cactus pear was introduced to Pakistan in recent years through Cactusnet, an international technical network on cactus established back in 1993 through an initiative led by FAO and ICARDA. Network members from several ...