Successful cultivation in Sindh and Punjab

Guard Agricultural Research & Services completes successful trial of Chinese hybrid chili varieties

Guard Agricultural Research & Services has claimed to have secured three-fold more yield from Chinese hybrid chilies varieties than indigenous varieties in successful cultivation in Sindh and Punjab.

The Chinese hybrid varieties had been sown on 7,500 acres of land in different districts of Sindh and Punjab and will be cultivated on at least 30,000 acres of land in the next season. Chinese company LTEC is collaborating with Guard under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to improve the productivity of local crops and so that the yield of all chilies will be purchased from the growers for its onward export to China.


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