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Strategy of agricultural development with a special reference to Pakistan

Hussain, Mushtaq

Strategy of agricultural development with a special reference to Pakistan

by Hussain, Mushtaq

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Published by Pakistan Institute of Development Economics in Karachi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Pakistan.
    • Subjects:
    • Agriculture -- Economic aspects -- Pakistan.,
    • Agriculture and state -- Pakistan.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 63-68.

      Statementby Sayed Mushtaq Hussain.
      SeriesPakistan Institute of Development Economics. Research report series, no. 92, Research report series (Pakistan Institute of Development Economics) ;, no. 92.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC440.5.A1 I54 no. 92, HD2075.5 I54 no. 92
      The Physical Object
      Pagination68 p.
      Number of Pages68
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5715237M
      LC Control Number70293777

      Agricultural Sector Development Strategy (ASDS) that aims to provide the basis for the rural sector of the economy to become an engine of growth, leading to a substantial reduction of poverty. This goal is also discussed in the Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (PRSP) of , where growth in agriculture.   The Pakistani livestock sector includes a wide variety of animals: buffalo, cattle, goats, sheep, poultry, camels, asses, horses and mules. One main economic purpose of livestock production was to convert intermediate capital markets into roughage, feed and fodder inputs for which there is a more direct correlation than for the number of animals itself.

      Agriculture is considered the backbone of Pakistan's economy, which relies heavily on its major crops. Pakistan's principal natural resources are arable land and water. Agriculture accounts for about % of Pakistan's GDP and employs about % of the labour force. In Pakistan, the most agricultural province is Punjab where wheat and cotton are the most grown. Planning for agricultural and rural development in Pakistan, (). Monticello, Ill.: Council of Planning Librarians, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Prakash C Sharma.

        Agriculture is considered the backbone of Pakistan's economy, which relies heavily on its major crops. There are vast gaps between the acquired and actual output of produce, which suffers due to a lack of appropriate technology, use of inputs at improper times, unavailability of water and land use and inadequate education about insect pest control, which not only negatively affects the produce. Agriculture sector is the mainstay of Pakistan’s economy as it contributes around 20 percent in the overall gross domestic product (GDP) – which stands for the total value of all final goods and services produced within the economy during a certain period- and is also a big source of employment. It helps meet the food requirement of ever increasing population, providing raw materials to.


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Sayed Mushtaq Hussain, "Strategy of Agricultural Development with a Special Reference to Pakistan," PIDE-Working PapersPakistan Institute of Development Economics.

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In practical terms, the Strategy clarifies the issues that. Downloadable. The main objective of this paper has been to review Pakistan’s historical experience in agricultural development in terms of growth, income distribution, and rural poverty.

While the long-term growth rates between and were satisfactory, the variations around the average have been rather too large over the various decades. Sustainable agriculture and fertilizer practices in Pakistan BY Mohammad Ali Khaskheli Agriculture is the mainstay of Pakistan’s economy.

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