Avg. Prices Of Commodities in Rs/100Kg: 27, Aug 2014: Okara Wheat 3225 Rice Basmati Super (New) 11900 Rice (IRRI) 3750 Sugar 5620 Gram White(local) 6250 Gram Black 5550 Gram Pulse 5700 Moong 10750 Moong Pulse 12250 Mash 11750 Mash Pulse(Imported) 13800 Maize 2375 Millet 2525 Sorghum 5200 Potato Fresh 6350 Potato Store 4650 Onion 3000 Garlic (China) 9750 Tomato 3750 Spinach 900 Brinjal 2850 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 16750 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5750 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 5250 Cauliflower 6250 Banana(DOZENS) 55 Guava 2750 Mango(Chounsa) 5750 Banola Cake 3925 Green Fodder 340 Wheat Straw 688 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 13250 Rice Basmati (385) 7250 Cabbage 5750 Gram White(Importedl) 8750 Ginger (Thai) 23750 Masoor Whole (Imported) 9450 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 11450 Garlic (Local) 6750 Cucumber (Kheera) 4250 Apple (Gatcha) 7250 Green Chilli 4750 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 6250 Lemon (Desi) 8750 Peach 6250 Peach Special 8750 Grapes Gola 8250 Grapes Sundekhani 16500 Gram Flour (بیسن) 6100 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3400 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4000 ¡ Sargodha Wheat 3263 Rice Basmati Super (New) 11125 Sugar 5635 Gram Black 4888 Gram Pulse 5163 Moong 9188 Moong Pulse 10563 Mash 11625 Mash Pulse(Imported) 16625 Masoor Whole(local) 9250 Masoor Pulse(local) 10250 Maize 2313 RapeSeed (Torya) 6750 Potato Fresh 6600 Potato Store 5200 Onion 2500 Garlic (China) 10500 Tomato 3700 Spinach 2000 Brinjal 2500 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 17000 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 6800 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3850 Tinda 7350 Cauliflower 4950 Banana(DOZENS) 58 Guava 3850 Mango(Chounsa) 7450 Green Fodder 275 Wheat Straw 738 Jaggery (گڑ) 6625 Gram White(Importedl) 5625 Garlic (Local) 8500 Apple (Gatcha) 6400 Green Chilli 3250 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 6750 Peach Special 6800 Mango Desi 3850 Apricot White 7750 Grapes Gola 8250 Grapes Sundekhani 13500 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 4200 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 14900 ¡ RahimYarKhan Wheat 3190 Rice Basmati Super (New) 11400 Rice (IRRI) 3900 Sugar 5580 Gram Black 5500 Gram Pulse 5650 Moong 7700 Moong Pulse 14900 Mash 12500 Mash Pulse(Imported) 13100 Maize 2100 Millet 3500 Sorghum 3500 Potato Fresh 6750 Potato Store 5490 Onion 2250 Garlic (China) 9630 Ginger(China) 21150 Tomato 4200 Spinach 1520 Brinjal 3280 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 16300 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5680 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4880 Tinda 4240 Cauliflower 3280 Carrot 3440 Banana(DOZENS) 58 Guava 3000 Mango(Chounsa) 6600 Seed Cotton(Phutti) 6439 Banola 2612 Green Fodder 475 Wheat Straw 625 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 12550 Rice Basmati (385) 6900 Pomegranate(Badana) 5800 Cabbage 5040 Jaggery (گڑ) 5440 Gram White(Importedl) 6300 Masoor Whole (Imported) 9400 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 11800 Cucumber (Kheera) 4880 Apple (Gatcha) 8775 Green Chilli 2480 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 3280 Lemon (Desi) 7650 Peach 7800 Peach Special 14200 Grapes Gola 11400 Grapes Sundekhani 15000 Gram Flour (بیسن) 5800 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 1840 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 2480 ¡ Vehari Potato Fresh 6300 Potato Store 4550 Onion 1725 Garlic (China) 9950 Ginger(China) 22050 Tomato 4050 Spinach 1050 Brinjal 2800 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5100 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3050 Tinda 4000 Cauliflower 3050 Banana(DOZENS) 56 Guava 1650 Mango(Chounsa) 4050 Mango(Anwer Ratol) 6000 Cabbage 5150 Cucumber (Kheera) 4100 Apple (Gatcha) 8900 Green Chilli 4050 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 4850 Lemon (Desi) 11250 Peach 7700 Peach Special 11050 Mango Desi 3850 Pomegranate Desi 7750 Grapes Gola 10150 Grapes Sundekhani 14350 Pear 4800 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 2850 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 2650 ¡ Burewala Potato Fresh 5625 Potato Store 4905 Onion 2610 Garlic (China) 9900 Ginger(China) 22100 Tomato 3188 Spinach 6 Brinjal 2763 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4463 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 5100 Tinda 4675 Cauliflower 5525 Peas 11475 Carrot 4463 Banana(DOZENS) 49 Guava 1913 Mango(Chounsa) 5525 Green Fodder 275 Wheat Straw 700 Cabbage 3613 Garlic (Local) 9000 Cucumber (Kheera) 1913 Watermelon 1148 Dates (Aseel) 14400 Apple (Gatcha) 7225 Green Chilli 3400 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 3825 Lemon (Desi) 8513 Peach 7650 Pomegranate Desi 3825 Grapes Gola 10200 Grapes Sundekhani 14450 Sweet Musk Melon 3825 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 2210 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3060 ¡ TTSingh Potato Fresh 5910 Potato Store 4940 Onion 2240 Garlic (China) 8990 Tomato 3590 Spinach 1240 Brinjal 2690 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4490 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3590 Tinda 4490 Cauliflower 4490 Peas 10790 Carrot 4490 Banana(DOZENS) 43 Guava 2690 Mango(Chounsa) 6290 Ginger (Thai) 20690 Apple (Gatcha) 7190 Green Chilli 3590 Lemon (Desi) 8990 Lemon (China) 7190 Peach 8990 Apricot White 9990 Pomegranate Desi 7190 Grapes Gola 8990 Grapes Sundekhani 15390 Pear 3590 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 2240 ¡ Patoki Potato Fresh 6800 Potato Store 5200 Onion 3100 Garlic (China) 9750 Ginger(China) 29750 Tomato 5200 Spinach 2500 Brinjal 2700 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5750 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4800 Pumpkin 1500 Cauliflower 6250 Peas 13500 Turnip 3800 Radish 2700 Carrot 4800 Apple (Ammre) 5500 Banana(DOZENS) 52 Guava 3800 Orange(100Pcs) 428 Mango(Chounsa) 8500 Cabbage 3900 Ginger (Thai) 28250 Cucumber (Kheera) 4800 Apple (Gatcha) 7500 Green Chilli 3750 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 5250 Lemon (Desi) 10250 Lemon (China) 7200 Peach 7800 Peach Special 11500 Mango Desi 4200 Apricot White 11500 Pomegranate Desi 10250 Grapes Gola 10750 Grapes Sundekhani 17500 Pear 5750 Sweet Musk Melon 5800 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3350 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4200 ¡ Lodhran Potato Store 5319 Onion 2650 Garlic (China) 10500 Tomato 4090 Spinach 1000 Brinjal 2479 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5200 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4000 Tinda 4083 Pumpkin 1600 Cauliflower 4327 Carrot 4000 Banana(DOZENS) 45 Guava 2929 Mango(Chounsa) 3125 Cabbage 4000 Ginger (Thai) 24000 Watermelon 1000 Apple (Gatcha) 5262 Green Chilli 4500 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 4000 Lemon (Desi) 7125 Mango Desi 2625 Grapes Gola 10000 Grapes Sundekhani 16154 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 2486 ¡ Mailsi Sugar 5620 Potato Store 5138 Onion 2488 Garlic (China) 9538 Tomato 3550 Spinach 983 Brinjal 2998 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 3738 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3123 Tinda 4188 Cauliflower 5688 Banana(DOZENS) 45 Guava 2243 Mango(Chounsa) 5523 Wheat Straw 730 Cabbage 4785 Ginger (Thai) 23400 Cucumber (Kheera) 2060 Watermelon 960 Dates (Aseel) 14850 Apple (Gatcha) 6593 Green Chilli 3738 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 4810 Lemon (Desi) 9010 Mango Desi 3238 Pomegranate Desi 6238 Grapes Gola 10525 Grapes Sundekhani 17050 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 1973 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 2038 ¡ Chichawatni Rice Basmati Super (New) 11500 Rice (IRRI) 4100 Sugar 5500 Gram White(local) 7500 Gram Black 6250 Gram Pulse 6250 Moong Pulse 14500 Mash Pulse(Imported) 12500 Potato Fresh 5750 Potato Store 5250 Onion 2600 Garlic (China) 11500 Tomato 4500 Spinach 900 Brinjal 3150 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4250 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3750 Pumpkin 3250 Cauliflower 5150 Peas 13500 Carrot 4750 Apple (Golden) 5750 Banana(DOZENS) 43 Guava 3250 Mango(Chounsa) 3250 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 13000 Rice Basmati (385) 7750 Mango(Anwer Ratol) 4750 Cabbage 4250 Gram White(Importedl) 10250 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 12000 Cucumber (Kheera) 4750 Apple (Gatcha) 5500 Green Chilli 2750 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 4750 Lemon (Desi) 9500 Lemon (China) 3750 Peach 8500 Pomegranate Desi 7500 Grapes Gola 12500 Grapes Sundekhani 17500 Pear 3750 Gram Flour (بیسن) 6750 Sweet Musk Melon 3750 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3500 ¡ DunyaPur Potato Store 5335 Onion 2375 Tomato 3425 Spinach 1375 Brinjal 2625 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 3900 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3925 Tinda 4250 Cauliflower 4425 Garlic (Local) 10250 Watermelon 525 Apple (Gatcha) 8375 Green Chilli 2525 Lemon (Desi) 8100 Grapes Gola 10250 Grapes Sundekhani 12750 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 1900 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 1900 ¡ MandiBahaudin Wheat 3450 Rice Basmati Super (New) 10900 Sugar 5725 Masoor Whole(local) 8150 Maize 1950 Millet 2450 RapeSeed (Torya) 6650 Potato Fresh 6400 Potato Store 5250 Onion 2900 Garlic (China) 10050 Ginger(China) 34800 Tomato 5250 Spinach 2000 Brinjal 3300 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 6050 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4250 Tinda 4250 Pumpkin 1600 Cauliflower 5250 Turnip 4250 Banana(DOZENS) 53 Guava 2350 Mango(Chounsa) 4250 Banola 2850 Banola Cake 2950 Cabbage 3300 Jaggery (گڑ) 6150 Apple (Gatcha) 7000 Green Chilli 3300 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 4250 Lemon (Desi) 10050 Lemon (China) 5250 Peach Special 8800 Mango Desi 3300 Apricot White 8800 Grapes Sundekhani 15800 Pear 4250 Sweet Musk Melon 5250 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3800 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4250 ¡ Kamalia Wheat 3300 Paddy Basmati 4750 Maize 2150 Potato Fresh 6250 Potato Store 5250 Onion 2250 Garlic (China) 9500 Tomato 3750 Spinach 1350 Brinjal 3250 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4750 Cauliflower 4500 Radish 1800 Carrot 4500 Banana(DOZENS) 40 Guava 2500 Mango(Chounsa) 5500 Jaggery (گڑ) 5250 Ginger (Thai) 21000 Apple (Gatcha) 7000 Green Chilli 3750 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 3750 Lemon (Desi) 7500 Peach 11000 Grapes Gola 9000 Grapes Sundekhani 13500 Sweet Musk Melon 3750 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3000 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3000 ¡ PirMahal Potato Store 4700 Onion 2190 Garlic (China) 8800 Ginger(China) 17600 Tomato 3400 Spinach 1195 Brinjal 2660 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4200 Cauliflower 4275 Banana(DOZENS) 42 Guava 2300 Mango(Chounsa) 5175 Apple (Gatcha) 7190 Green Chilli 3500 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 2900 Lemon (Desi) 7200 Peach 10300 Grapes Gola 8800 Grapes Sundekhani 14500 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 2500 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 2475 ¡ Sialkot Sugar 5600 Gram White(local) 6100 Gram Black 6000 Gram Pulse 6050 Moong 14250 Moong Pulse 14750 Mash 11750 Potato Fresh 4800 Potato Store 4500 Onion 2500 Garlic (China) 8450 Tomato 3400 Spinach 2000 Brinjal 3300 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4550 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4350 Tinda 5800 Cauliflower 5250 Turnip 3800 Radish 1614 Banana(DOZENS) 50 Guava 4300 Pomegranate(Kandhari) 9500 Mango(Chounsa) 3700 Green Fodder 300 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 12500 Cabbage 4200 Mash Pulse(local) 13150 Masoor Whole (Imported) 9850 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 10100 Garlic (Local) 11250 Cucumber (Kheera) 5250 Apple (Gatcha) 7500 Green Chilli 1900 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 5250 Lemon (Desi) 11500 Lemon (China) 5900 Peach 4500 Mango Desi 3200 Apricot White 8300 Pomegranate Desi 7700 Grapes Gola 7700 Grapes Sundekhani 14500 Gram Flour (بیسن) 6350 Sweet Musk Melon (Shireen) 3600 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3250 ¡ Jhelum Potato Fresh 5950 Potato Store 5350 Onion 3000 Garlic (China) 9000 Ginger(China) 23500 Tomato 5250 Spinach 1750 Brinjal 2250 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 8000 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 3250 Cauliflower 4500 Peas 11000 Turnip 2750 Radish 2250 Apple (Golden) 4250 Banana(DOZENS) 60 Guava 4000 Mango(Chounsa) 8500 Mango(Anwer Ratol) 7750 Cabbage 3750 Garlic (Local) 7000 Cucumber (Kheera) 1750 Apple (Gatcha) 6250 Green Chilli 3250 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 5000 Lemon (China) 7250 Peach 8000 Mango Desi 4250 Apricot White 10000 Grapes Gola 7000 Grapes Sundekhani 13250 Pear 3250 Sweet Musk Melon 2750 Sweet Musk Melon (Shireen) 4500 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 2750 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4250 ¡ Mianwali Wheat 3000 Gram White(local) 4650 Gram Black 4750 Gram Pulse 5550 Moong 9550 Moong Pulse 11750 Masoor Pulse(local) 9850 Maize 3550 Millet 2150 RapeSeed (Torya) 6950 Potato Fresh 5365 Onion 3370 Garlic (China) 10925 Tomato 4215 Spinach 2890 Brinjal 3465 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 18100 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 3890 Cauliflower 7890 Banana(DOZENS) 70 Guava 4965 Grapes (Other) 12375 Mango(Chounsa) 7465 Green Fodder 240 Wheat Straw 600 Mango(Desahri) 4890 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 12250 Jaggery (گڑ) 8850 Mash Pulse(local) 12500 Apple (Gatcha) 10875 Lemon (Other) 9965 Green Chilli 4890 Lemon (Desi) 11650 Peach 7890 Peach Special 9890 Apricot White 14750 Pear 3440 Gram Flour (بیسن) 6100 Sweet Musk Melon 4890 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3890 ¡ Jhang Potato Store 5200 Onion 2800 Garlic (China) 9100 Tomato 4000 Spinach 1800 Brinjal 3600 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4500 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4500 Pumpkin 3200 Cauliflower 5450 Carrot 3600 Banana(DOZENS) 45 Guava 3200 Mango(Chounsa) 4500 Ginger (Thai) 22200 Cucumber (Kheera) 3600 Apple (Gatcha) 7300 Green Chilli 1800 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 5450 Peach 7300 Pomegranate Desi 10500 Sweet Musk Melon 5450 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3600 ¡ Khanpur Rice Basmati Super (New) 12250 Rice (IRRI) 3750 Sugar 5350 Gram White(local) 6350 Gram Black 5450 Gram Pulse 6100 Moong Pulse 12250 Mash Pulse(Imported) 14500 Masoor Whole(local) 10900 Masoor Pulse(local) 9750 Potato Fresh 6975 Potato Store 5130 Onion 2925 Garlic (China) 10125 Tomato 3400 Spinach 880 Brinjal 2600 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5000 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 5800 Tinda 3800 Cauliflower 4600 Turnip 2200 Carrot 3800 Banana(DOZENS) 63 Mango(Chounsa) 5800 Green Fodder 300 Wheat Straw 550 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 14500 Cabbage 3400 Mash Pulse(local) 11350 Gram White(Importedl) 8900 Ginger (Thai) 20475 Masoor Whole (Imported) 10900 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 11800 Cucumber (Kheera) 4600 Watermelon 1000 Apple (Gatcha) 7425 Green Chilli 2600 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 3000 Lemon (Desi) 7800 Peach 8400 Peach Special 11800 Pomegranate Desi 5000 Grapes Gola 11000 Grapes Sundekhani 13400 Gram Flour (بیسن) 5950 Sweet Musk Melon 3000 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 880 ¡ Summandri Potato Fresh 6250 Potato Store 5250 Onion 2750 Garlic (China) 10500 Tomato 4100 Spinach 2350 Brinjal 2750 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4800 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4750 Cauliflower 5750 Peas 15750 Turnip 6750 Carrot 2750 Banana(DOZENS) 85 Guava 2000 Mango(Chounsa) 8500 Cucumber (Kheera) 2600 Apple (Gatcha) 5750 Green Chilli 3750 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 6250 Grapes Gola 8500 Grapes Sundekhani 13500 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 1000 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3750 ¡ Sheikhupura Potato Fresh 5350 Potato Store 4300 Onion 2300 Garlic (China) 8600 Ginger(China) 24300 Tomato 5200 Spinach 2000 Brinjal 3400 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 6350 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 4300 Tinda 4750 Pumpkin 4300 Cauliflower 6750 Turnip 3850 Carrot 4750 Banana(DOZENS) 62 Guava 4050 Mango(Chounsa) 7650 Cabbage 4300 Ginger (Thai) 20250 Garlic (Local) 8600 Apple (Gatcha) 6500 Green Chilli 3400 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 5200 Lemon (Desi) 9950 Peach 5200 Peach Special 6750 Pomegranate Desi 10350 Grapes Gola 9500 Grapes Sundekhani 14850 Pear 4300 Sweet Musk Melon (Shireen) 5850 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4750 ¡ Shorkot Potato Fresh 5400 Onion 2600 Garlic (China) 9100 Ginger(China) 22500 Tomato 4000 Spinach 1825 Brinjal 3200 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 5000 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 5500 Tinda 5000 Cauliflower 5500 Carrot 4500 Banana(DOZENS) 46 Guava 3200 Mango(Chounsa) 4500 Apple (Gatcha) 7300 Green Chilli 3600 Lemon (Desi) 8200 Peach 7300 Pomegranate Desi 10000 Grapes Gola 7300 Grapes Sundekhani 10900 Sweet Musk Melon 5500 Sweet Musk Melon (Shireen) 50 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3200 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 3300 ¡ Fortabas Rice Basmati Super (New) 10500 Sugar 5000 Gram Pulse 6100 Moong 13000 Mash Pulse(Imported) 12250 Potato Store 6250 Onion 2750 Garlic (China) 10500 Tomato 6000 Spinach 2250 Brinjal 4250 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 16000 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 6250 Tinda 4750 Cauliflower 6500 Peas 13500 Banana(DOZENS) 65 Guava 2750 Mango(Chounsa) 6250 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 11750 Rice Basmati (385) 7250 Gram White(Importedl) 10500 Ginger (Thai) 27000 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 12650 Watermelon 1750 Apple (Gatcha) 8500 Green Chilli 5250 Lemon (China) 7500 Peach 7500 Grapes Gola 11000 Grapes Sundekhani 15500 Gram Flour (بیسن) 6600 Bottle Gourd (کدو) 3750 Zucchini (گھیا توری) 4250 ¡ TALAGANG Wheat 3300 Rice Basmati Super (New) 13900 Rice (IRRI) 4900 Sugar 5670 Gram White(local) 3900 Gram Black 4700 Gram Pulse 6900 Mash Pulse(Imported) 15900 Masoor Pulse(local) 14400 Potato Store 5300 Onion 2800 Garlic (China) 9400 Ginger(China) 21900 Tomato 3650 Spinach 1700 Brinjal 2600 Red Chilli Whole (Dry) 27900 Lady Finger/Okra (بھنڈی توری) 4900 Bitter Gourd (کریلا) 2500 Tinda 2400 Cauliflower 4400 Banana(DOZENS) 60 Guava 3650 Rice Basmati Super (Old) 17900 Rice Basmati (385) 11900 Mash Pulse(local) 18900 Gram White(Importedl) 10900 Masoor Pulse (Imported) 12900 Cucumber (Kheera) 2700 Green Chilli 1700 Capsicum (شملہ مرچ) 2700 Lemon (Desi) 11300 Apricot White 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Modern Agriculture and its impact on our Daily Life: SEMINAR

karachi-uniI.        Seminar Information:

a)   Seminar Description:

This title has been techniques in our living places. By this informative seminar we are chosen by analyzing the scenario of low production of agricultural products and describing the modern agricultural techniques well as in this informative seminar we also describe the application and role of pesticidesin  modern agricultural trying to enhance the knowledge about the modern agriculture and its Impact in Our Daily Life.

“AGRICULTURE is a universe with in itself, So come and explore it”.

b)   Time of seminar: 9:OO am To 3:OO pm

c)    Date for seminar: 26 October 2013

d)   Seminar venue: Arts Auditorium University of Karachi

 

II.        Objective of Seminar:

a)    This seminar will cover core issues like factors responsible for low production, implementation, Role of pesticides, fertilizersand importance of modern techniques to eliminate the local problems mainly in, livestock, crop production and agricultural mechanization, interdependence between agricultural sciences and the existence of this universe, and the influence of agriculture on the modern world.

 

III.        Activities:

a)   Will provide a participation card, seminar file containing a pen, note pad and brochures having information.

b)   Interactive sessions using video clips, real time discussions etc.

c)    Informative technical and lead presentations by the respective experts.

d)   Panel discussion of exporters, speakers, researchers.

e)   Hi-tea

f)     Lunch

g)   Certificate Distribution.

Objectives:

Ø To brief the importancemodern agriculture and implementation about the Modern techniques of Agriculture to the students.

Ø Modern agriculture brings enormous economic and social benefits to consumers including: Improved quality of daily life and living standards as food and nutrition costs decline.

Ø Modern agriculture increases global political stability by making more food and nutrition available, improving its quality and making it accessible to more people.

Ø To expose the difficulties faced by Pakistan in result low productive, agricultural backwardness, and overcoming them with the implementations of modern agriculture.

Ø Modern techniques used to enhance the productivity and implementations mainly in Food and Nutrition, Crop production & Livestock section and Agricultural Mechanization.

Ø Elaborate the acknowledgement that Agriculture is the basis of everything in this universe in a modern perspective.

Ø Introduction to modern techniques, their importance and implementations in agricultural mechanization.

Ø This comprehensive will examine the environmental impact of pesticides, fertilizers and food security, availability made by agriculture in the 21st Century.

Ø Giving students vision to the core of subject and inculcating them the importance of modern agriculture in daily life.

Ø Provide opportunities to make a firm interaction between the students and representatives of the different industries, organizations, farmersandcompanies to initiate the critical role of pesticides, fertilizersand impact of modern agriculturein daily life.

 

Impact of Modern Agriculture on Our Daily Life

 

During the latter half of the twentieth century, what is known today as modern agriculture was very successful in meeting a growing demand for food by the world's population. Yields of primary crops such as rice and wheat increased dramatically, the price of food declined, the rate of increase in crop yields generally kept pace with population growth, and the number of people who consistently go hungry was slightly reduced. This boost in food production has been due mainly to scientific advances and new technologies, including the development of new crop varieties, the use of pesticides and fertilizers, and the construction of large irrigation systems.

There is really little mystery about why agriculture is important it is the physical foundation of human energy, health, and physical wellbeingall key components of every important human activity. To the degree these components are missing, the human existence is defined primarily by the effort necessary to provide them. Making them more widely available at lower costs increases the capacity of any population to invest in more productive work, education, economic development and cultural activities.

The basic facts are clear:

More people the world over eat more and better because of modern agriculture. Increased production continues to enable steadily improving diets, reflecting increased availability of all foods, dietary diversity and access to high-protein food products;

The additional food modern systems provide has enabled hundreds of millions of people to realize more of their potential and better lives—thus enhancing the achievements of all, from students to retirees. It increases workforce productivity and generally supports human development and growth;

The current hunger and malnutrition that extends to some one billion people reflects poor policies, low productivity and low incomes. Failure to continue to apply new technologies to advance productivity on the farm and across the food system simply worsens every aspect of these problems, especially those forced on individuals and families who live in poverty. To a very large extent, current food insecurity problems reflect bad policies, poor infrastructure and low economic productivity in the nations where these conditions occur, rather than a physical lack of food or food production capacity.

Increased agricultural production is most often brought about by the introduction of improved crop varieties and by creating an optimal environment such that the plants and animals can develop to their full potential. Planting, tending and harvesting a crop requires both a significant amount of power and a suitable range of tools and equipment. Mechanization of farming has allowed an increase to the area that can be planted and has contributed towards increased yields, mainly due to the precision with which the crop husbandry tasks can be accomplished. In fact, most farmers in developing countries experience a greater annual expenditure on farm power inputs than on fertilizer, seeds or agrochemicals.

Crop production systems have evolved rapidly over the past century and have resulted in significantly increased yields. Unfortunately, on some occasions the production systems have created undesirable environmental side-effects amongst which soil degradation and erosion, pollution from chemical fertilizers and agrochemicals and a loss of bio-diversity are just a few of the examples that have been highlighted over recent years. Furthermore, not only were some crop production systems found to be unsustainable in an environmental sense, in some locations neither were they sustainable in an economic sense. Of equal concern was the observation that in some cases it was only the work undertaken by men that was mechanized. The tasks traditionally performed by women remained unchanged although the work demanded of them increased as the area planted and the yields increased.

It is against this background that the work in agricultural mechanization has focused on the following aspects:

all types of farm power (human, animal and mechanical) including the related social, economic and environmental dimensions;

standards for farm tools, machinery and equipment, together with codes of conduct for their safe use (implemented in close collaboration with the plant production and protection division);

technical, policy and strategy issues concerning mechanization;

alternative crop establishment technologies such as conservation agriculture.

The significant hunger and malnutrition that persist in many parts of the world would have been far worse had agricultural systems not grown and developed as they did;

 

The physical pressures on the environment that have become increasingly prominent public concerns have been greatly ameliorated by modern agriculture, which has reduced:

The need to expand land area, and thereby reduced pressure to cultivate fragile lands and forested areas. Modern agriculture includes successful new technologies, including biotechnology to enable both higher yields and reduced environmental impacts. These reduce the land, fertilizer and pesticide use per unit of output;

Pressure on grassland, forestland and cropland thus increasing wildlife habitat as a result;

 

 

While the unintended negative environmental consequences of modern agriculture are frequently noted, little mention is ever made of the negative environmental impacts that frequently arise from smallholder farming, especially from slash and burn‖ primitive systems in wide use in developing countries where vertical rows are often planted up steep hillsides, resulting in some of the world’s heaviest soil erosion, badly polluted watercourses and many other problems of both efficiency and sustainability. The lack of sustainability of these practices can be seen in the fact that they typically lead to abandonment of successive plots year after year;

 

Processing technology and handling advancements contribute enormously to improved food safety through pathogen reductions and large reductions in post-harvest losses that

 

Further increase food supplies. Pasteurization of milk, canning, freezing, and other processing technologies significantly reduce health risks associated with food. Threats from bacteria and other contaminants are still important, but the risks of illness and death are far less than in the past, a fact that is widely underappreciated;

Modern agriculture brings enormous economic and social benefits to consumers including:

improved quality of life and living standards as food costs decline. This effectively raises consumer incomes since it leaves greater purchasing power for other consumer goods, for education, health care, leisure, etc., a trend that has been a major driver of economic growth in developed countries, and in some developing countries, as well. Today, consumers in the United States spend less than 10% of their disposable income for food while many in the developing world spend from half or more of their income on food, a huge drag on quality of life. It is now widely recognized that the development of modern food system has been a major factor in improving the standard of living enjoyed in much of the world today;

When consumers spend the major share of their income and virtually all of their daily efforts simply to find food, little money or time is left for human investments. This  survival treadmill‖ characterizes the lives of most smallholder farmers, especially in developing countries;

Modern agriculture increases global political stability by making more food available, improving its quality and making it accessible to more people.

Without the advances that characterize modern agriculture, the world arguably would be a much more dangerous and volatile place because more people would be food insecure as the food price spikes of mid-2008 clearly illustrated.

Development of a robust, rules-based trading system has been extremely important in improving food distribution and increasing accessibility in food-deficit areas.

The major threat to modern agricultural development comes not from lack of interest and willingness to invest by farmers, but from increasingly vocal opposition from a constellation of activists who have succeeded in shifting agricultural policies in several areas.

 

In modern agricultural systems farmers believe they have much more central roles and are eager to apply technology and information to control most components of the system, a very different view from that of traditional farmers. In contrast to the isolation inherent in traditional arrangements, modern agriculture tends to see its success as dependent on linkages access to resources, technology, management, investment, markets and supportive government policies.

As a result, much of the success of modern systems depends on the development and maintenance of soil fertility through the specific provision of nutrients when they are depleted; of machine power and technology to create soil conditions necessary to promote plant growth with minimal disturbance and minimal soil loss; of the use of improved genetics for crops and livestock to enhance yields, quality and reliability; and, on modern genetic and other techniques to protect plants and livestock from losses to competing plants, diseases, drought insects and other threats.

This success also depends on access to efficient, effective irrigation to supplement rainfall in many climates; on advanced harvesting, handling and storage equipment and techniques to prevent losses and to market commodities efficiently. It depends, in turn, on both public and private investment to provide access to technology, equipment, information and physical facilities throughout the production-marketing system. And, it depends on well supported commercial and financial systems and broad public policies that support effective commercial markets at all levels that generate economic returns throughout the system.

Most developed nations traditionally invested heavily over time in their agricultural systems to insure access to the food products they need as they grow and expand. This involved a highly complex, although often implied ―social contract.‖ Society was expected to support for various aspects of a competitive, commercial agricultural sector that assured abundant supplies of healthful food and fiber products, in response to consumer demands expressed through efficient markets. The system also was expected to generate private investment sufficient to maintain future growth.

The government commitment also frequently included support in the form of public investment in critical infrastructure, market information and regulation, basic research and development, training and education in a number of key areas—as is done for most other important economic sectors.

The primary benefit from this investment has been agriculture’s strong productivity growth—passed on through the enhancement of national economic wellbeing in the form of more abundant food available at declining shares of disposable income. In addition, the agricultural sector was expected to share its productivity with the world, especially developing countries through both competitively priced food exports and through aid programs.

Despite this long standing arrangement throughout most developed countries, agriculture today frequently finds itself in the crosshairs of critics who are keen to impose their own, often utopian views on how agriculture should be organized.9 These are frequently based on very different economic and social objectives than those typically assumed in the original contract as it evolved over the years. Some would go so far as to replace the modern system with small organic homesteads and urban gardens in an effort to return agriculture to some  traditional‖ state or, at least, to constrain additional growth or use of non-traditional technologies.

Many such visions are not just aspirations, but are predicated upon a wide array of charges against the modern sector made by activists in support of a broad range of causes. These are often joined by a growing group of writers, columnists, journalists and others (including some public officials) who share their views.

This barrage of criticism frequently reflects real concerns about the environment, food safety and other perceived threats, but that is not always the case, it must be said. Many others reflect little more than vague promises of greater pleasure from a new  food culture‖ and of a quieter, factory free, pollutant free system with enhanced animal care. Some are based merely on the assertion of ―tensions‖ between modern agriculture and nature.

Utopian views and efforts to organize and live in accordance with them are not new, of course history is replete with examples. What is new is the willingness and capacity of some activists to attack the modern system for its success, its growth and expansion and its prosperity, and then to argue that utopian approaches can better achieve even better, although amorphous goals based mainly on separate criteria they use to define those objectives.

Conclusion

Modern agriculture must seek to feed the world's growing population with little or no cost to the Environment. Modern agriculture is capable of producing greater yields than ever before, but intensification of agriculture does come at a price. This comprehensive volume examines the environmental impact made by agriculture in the 21st Century, looking forward to the future with the lessons of the past. Key chapters include impacts of agriculture upon soil quality, greenhouse gas budgets, water-borne pathogens, surface water chemistry, groundwater, agricultural pesticides and the environment, balancing the environmental consequences of agriculture with the needs for food security and positive and negative aspects of agricultural production of biofuels. To concentrate basically on modern techniques their importance and implementations in agriculture.

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