MART-AZR Project Research Report 23: Dryland Agriculture in Upland Baluchistan: The Potential for Improvement through Effective Research and Extension
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Keatinge J. D. H. Khan B. R, Deborah Rees, Talug C. (1/11/1988). MART-AZR Project Research Report 23: Dryland Agriculture in Upland Baluchistan: The Potential for Improvement through Effective Research and Extension. Punjab, Pakistan: Arid Zone Research Institute**.
This research report series is issued by the Management of Research and Technology Project/Arid Zone Research Component (MART/AZR). This project is financially sponsored by the Mission to Pakistan of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The project contract is implemented by the International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas (lCARDA) and Colorado State University (CSU) at the Pakistan Agricultural Research Council's Arid Zone Research Institute (AZRI). This institute has responsibility for undertaking dryland agricultural research in all provinces in Pakistani through its headquarters in Quetta, Baluchistan, and its sub-stations at D.l. Khan (NWFP), Umerkot (Sind) and Bahawalpur (Punjab). The principal objective of the MART/AZR Project is the Institutional support and development of AZRI in the period 1985-1989. This series of research reports outlines the joint research findings of the MART/AZR project and AZRl. They will encompass a broad range of subjects within the sphere of dryland agricultural research and are aimed at researchers, extension workers and agricultural policymakers concerned with the development of the resource-poor, arid areas of West Asia and the Middle East