Pakistan: Vertical farming to be introduced in cooperation with Chinese project

Provincial Minister for Agriculture of Pakistan Syed Hussain Jehanian Gardezi said that vertical farming will be introduced in the country with the cooperation of China under the mega project "China Pakistan Economic Corridor" (CPEC).

He said this while talking to the media on the occasion of the Kissan Convention at the Muhammad Nawaz Sharif University of Agriculture. The minister stated that the government of Pakistan is striving hard to develop new areas for agriculture.

About the series of Kissan Conventions in the province, the minister stated that it was aimed to create awareness among farmers for maximum cultivation of wheat. Last season, Punjab produced 20.9 million tons, and an increase in wheat production is likely this year, he hinted.


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