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Sindh Agriculture University Vice Chancellor Emphasizes Need Of Effective Research On Seed, Water Utilization
Sumaira FH 9 days ago Tue 11th September 2018 | 08:06 PM
The Vice Chancellor Sindh Agriculture University Prof Dr Mujeebuddin Sehrai on Tuesday emphasized the need of effective research on seed and water utilization in order to achieve maximum yield per acre under the existing climate change.
HYDERABAD, (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 11th Sep, 2018 ) :The Vice Chancellor Sindh Agriculture University Prof Dr Mujeebuddin Sehrai on Tuesday emphasized the need of effective research on seed and water utilization in order to achieve maximum yield per acre under the existing climate change.
The change in climate is adversely affecting the crop cultivation and there is the need to adopt such measures that could help the agriculture sector which is the backbone of the economy of the country, he said.
The Vice Chancellor expressed these remarks while addressing a daylong seminar on crop cultivation under existing climate, organised by the Department of Soil Science Sindh Agriculture University in collaboration with the Soil Science Society of Pakistan at main campus inTando Jam.
Prof. Dr. Mujeebuddin Sehrai also called upon the Ph.D. research scholar to submit their research findings and recommendations in Urdu or Sindh language so that the growers could understand their views and suggestion and apply the same for strengthening the soil and achieve maximum yield per acre.
The climate change has become a great challenge in the world which also badly affecting the crop trends, he said and added that agriculture researchers and experts should introduce new methods of soil testing, certified seeds and proper utilization of water for crop cultivation.
Dr. Muhammad Yaseen Professor of Agriculture University Faisalabad while addressing the participants of the seminar also highlighted the impacts of the climate change and share his experience from meeting the challenge by adopting latest agriculture methods.
Among others, Chairman Department of Soil Sciences Dr. Inayatullah Rajpar and Vice President Soil Science Society Sindh Dr. Ghulam Murtaza Jamro also addressed the participants of the seminar while Dr. Javed Ahmed Shah and Dr. Qurban Panhwar of Nuclear Institute of Agriculture, Saim Kulsoom Babbar of Sindh Agriculture University and Dr. Mansoor Bughi of Sindh Agriculture Extension Department read out their papers in the technical session of the seminar.