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60 Free Essays on Cash Crops Of Pakistan

  1. Cash Crops of Pakistan

    Cash Crops of Pakistan Outline 1. Introduction. 2. Cotton, rice, oil seeds and fruit, are the major cash crops of Pakistan. 3. Cotton is the silver fiber of cash crops. 4. Rice of Pakistan is liked much in the foreign countries. 5. The world's famous Tobacco Virginia is cultivated in...

  2. Cash Crops of Pakistan

    "The crops which are grown in Pakistan in abundance & earn foreign exchange for the country are called cash crops" Introduction: Pakistan is an agricultural country & seventy percent of her population lives on agriculture.These crops not only fulfill the local needs of food but also a great...

  3. Cash Crops of Pakistan

    B.com English Essay: Cash crops of Pakistan In agronomy, the expansion of GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is highly contingent to the mounting exports of cash crops. Pakistan being an agricultural economy is no exception, where exports of produces amount a major portion of monetary inflows. Cash...

  4. Cash Crops of Pakistan

    The main crops of Pakistan are classified into food crops and non-food crops. The food crops include wheat, rice, maize, coarse grains, grams and other pulses. The cash crops are cotton, sugarcane, tobacco, mustard and sesame. The total area, yield and production of each crop is now discussed under...

  5. Advantages of Computer

    of Pakistan. Pakistan is the world’s fourteenth largest producer of rice. Pakistan produces about 6 million tons of rice a year. Sugar Cane Sugarcane is included in both Rabi and Kharif Crops. It is an important cash crop of Pakistan. It is a type of long grass "perennial" in nature. It is...

  6. Economy of Pakistan

    balance sheet, profit & loss account, cash flow statement and statement of changes in equity together with the notes forming part thereof conform with approved accounting standards as applicable in Pakistan, and, give the information required by the Companies Ordinance, 1984, in the manner so...

  7. Tobacco Cultivation in Pakistan

    Pakistan, during 2006-07 it was planted on 51000 hectares with 103300 tones of production. Out of which 30800 hectares were planted in NWFP. Its value of export was 570.2 million rupees which is 0.44% share in all crops exports of Pakistan. (Federal Bureau of Statistics, 2008). Cigarettes & tobacco gave...

  8. Essay on Jute

    developing diversified use of jute still goes on unabated despite the challenge and threat from its synthetic substitutes. Jute dicotyledenous fiber-yielding plant of the genus Corchorus, order Tiliaceae. Jute was once known as the golden fibre of Bangladesh, since it was the most important cash...

  9. Agriculture of Pakistan - 1

    cash crop and one of the main export items of the country. It accounts for 6.4 percent of value added in agriculture and 1.4 percent in GDP. Pakistan grows high quality rice to meet both domestic demand and for exports. Area sown for rice is estimated at 2883 thousand hectares, 2.7 percent less...

  10. agriculture

    doze of inputs. iii)Rice: Rice is an important cash crop of coutry. Rice production comprises 40 percent of Basmati (Fine) type and 60% of coarse types. Rice ranks as second amongst the staple food grain crop in Pakistan and it has been a major source of foreign exchange earnings...

  11. ,.Kjbkn

    Pakistan is the main stray of the economy, and there are certain cash crops which add to the annual GDP of the country and play their part in development. 1. Cotton Cotton is not only export-earning crop but also provides raw material to the local textile Industries. It accounts for 8.6 percent of...

  12. Supply and Demand in Agriculture Sector Case Study of Wheat’s Supply and Demand

    In the long run however supply experiences growth because it is subjected to improvements in technology. As a result if producers have examined weather conditions or diseases that cause their crops and subsequently their production to suffer they can inject technology to overcome these...

  13. Jamil

    EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report is the result of the instruction of our teacher, Sir Karim. Who is conducting the course Economy of Pakistan Firstly we are doing the brief introduction about the performance of cash crop of Pakistan and then we are analyze the last five years of export and...

  14. Food Crisis

    respond to rising food prices, in 2008 the Government of Pakistan initiated the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), which provides cash transfers of Pakistan Rupees 1,000 to poor families identified by the government on the basis of its poverty scorecard census. The program’s primary objective is to...

  15. Analysis of Financial Statement

    yarn due to the shortage of cotton crop in China, increase in cost of electricity and fuel. The increase of cotton and cotton yarn prices for exporters of value added textile sector was not feasible and aggravated the production and export of such products. Pakistan is the fourth largest producer of...

  16. The Achievements and Limitations of Technological Transfer Economics

    increased the productivity of land quantitatively as well as qualitatively by enabling to produce 2-3 crops per year (Hazarika, 2002). By 1982-83 more than half of the area of cultivation of wheat and rice in developing countries including India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Thailand, Sri Lanka was...

  17. statement

    grain economy. Major losses of crops, orchards, cattle, fodder, cotton and other major cash crops will have a serious setback on the economy. This will create food scarcity and insecurity for many in coming months. Some of these crops are export oriented and country will face decline in export...

  18. Australian Centre for Languages

    Pakistan, the government approved a rule on GM seeds to protect the farmers’ rights (Sawahel, 2007). According to this rule, famers can re-use GM seeds from one generation to the next and also save their cost on plant GM crops. This measure can help famers improve their financial states and living...

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    B.Com English Essays Cash Crops of Pakistan (For B.Com By Sohail Anjum) Outline 1. Introduction. 2.Cotton, rice, oil seeds and fruit, are the major cash crops of Pakistan. 3. Cotton is the silver fiber of cash crops. 4. Rice of Pakistan is liked much in the foreign countries. 5.The...

  20. Development Skills

    % compared with the national average of 6.6% (Siriwardena, 1981). The women attributed the nutritional shortcomings to the fact that they were unable to grow their own food crops in the settlement. The land had been allocated for producing cash crops from paddy, and the income from the sale of paddy was...

  21. Kohistani History

    cultivation of potatoes, a cash crop that brought about several changes. The amount of men who participated in herding drastically decreased after the road was built due to the fact that herding was no longer the main source of income. With less land being used for herding, farmers were able to convert the...

  22. Agriculture of Pakistan

    . Annual imports total about US$2 billion and include wheat, edible oils, pulses, and consumer foods. Pakistan is one of the world's largest producers of raw cotton. The size of the annual cotton crop—the bulk of it grown in Punjab province—is a crucial barometer of the health of the overall...

  23. Agriculture

    Recovery System…………… Compliance with Prudential Regulations................. Appendix………………………………………………… Page 2 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 8 9 10 11 ____ Guidelines on Horticulture Financing 1 State Bank of Pakistan 1. Introduction Production and marketing of fruits, vegetables, floral crops and...

  24. Food Crisis in Pakistan

    (Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka). Most countries have expanded safety nets, including food-for-work programs (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, and Tajikistan), school feeding programs (Bangladesh, Cambodia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Tajikistan), cash transfers (Bangladesh...

  25. Shifting Reigms and Shifting Policy

    Interest The legacy of cash crop practicing was also expanded after independence in certain sectors like tea and cotton. Government of Pakistan introduced rubber plantations in 1959 for which about 10,100 ha of USF(Unclassed State Forest) land (under ‘Jhum’ cultivation) was occupied from CHT alone (GOP...

  26. Fertilizer Sector

    relies on agricultural performance. The major crops of Pakistan are wheat, cotton, rice and sugarcane, which make up 7% of the country’s GDP. Fertilizer has a significant contribution in increasing crop yields and productivity. Proper application of nutrients helps in efficient utilization of limited...

  27. Business Communication

    (October to November) Major Crops: The main crops of Pakistan are divides into food crops and non-food crops. The food crops include rice, maize, grams, wheat and other pulses. The cash crops of Pakistan are cotton, tobacco, sesame and mustard. Major Industries: The major industry in Pakistan...

  28. impact of increased income on farmers

    nonfood crops in Pakistan is low as compared to other countries. Lack of awareness about modern technologies and its adoption among farmers is the principle reason behind this low farm productivity.The government has identified agriculture as a priority area for addressing issues of food security...

  29. Pakistan Agriculture Sector

    currently under cultivation. Of this area, 80 percent is irrigated and Pakistan has one of the highest proportions of irrigated cropped area in the world. Most of Pakistan is classified as arid to semi-arid because rainfall is not sufficient to grow agricultural crops, forest and fruit plants and pastures...

  30. Cash Crops of Pakistan

    accountAdvancedCancel Add a Comment View commentsShare & Embed Add to Collections Download this Document for FreeAuto-hide: on Cash Crops of Pakistan Outline 1. Introduction. 2.Cotton, rice, oil seeds and fruit, are the major cash crops of Pakistan. 3. Cotton is the silver fiber of cash crops. 4. Rice of...