PARC Adopts New Techniques for Agricultural Development in PakistanAugust 23, 2017
Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) adopts new research technologies for crops and livestock development, according to PARC Chairman, Dr. Yusuf Zafar T.I. in his opening remarks during the "Competitive Grant Selection Committee Meeting" at PARC headquarters in Islamabad on August 9, 2017.
Dr. Zafar said that agricultural funds are provided to PARC for the development of agricultural sector in Pakistan. Participants of the meeting expressed their views on microbiological use of industrial waste and their role in poultry feed fortification, effect of different antibiotics and steroidal residues in chicken meat, and their effects on humans.
For more, read the news release at the PARC website.
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