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Pakistani agriculture suffers from low productivity. The reasons for this include poor trade and pricing policy, salinization and waterlogging of the irrigated fields, demographic pressures in the rural areas, and inadequate investment in rural infrastructure.
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Pakistan's agricultural profile is well articulated; but it is about 8 years old and needs updating to reflect recent developments in agriculture and livestock production systems, research and development, land and water management issues, etc.
posted by: M. E. Tusneem (03:20:22 Fri 20th January 2012)



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