MINFAL

AcronymDefinition
MINFALMinistry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock (Pakistan)
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"Agricultural statistics of Pakistan," MINFAL, 2004-2005.
The MINFAL is also revising and strengthening existing laws pertaining to quarantine and plant protection etc.
The PAC meeting, held at the Parliament House with Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan in the chair, reviewed audit paras of the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock (MINFAL) for the year 2008-09.
ECC, which constituted of constituted a Surveillance Committee under MINFAL comprising representatives of relevant Federal and Provincial Governments Organizations, met under the chairmanship of Adviser to PM on Finance and Economic Affairs, Shaukat Tarin, The Nation reports.
The secondary data were collected from Federal Bureau of Statistics, Agricultural Statistics of Pakistan, Agricultural Prices Commission, Economic Survey of Pakistan, Ministry of Commerce, MINFAL and FAO.
Total area under wheat is 8358 thousand hectares with a total production of 21612.3 thousand tones and an average yield of 2586 kg per hectare (MINFAL, 2004-2005).
When ITC failed to receive any payment, it brought an action in March 2000 against Pakistan and its Ministry of Food, Agriculture, and Labor (MINFAL) in the federal district court in Washington, D.C.
Total area devoted to potato cultivation in Gilgit-Baltistan was 6483 ha in 2005 MINFAL (2005).
The agriculture department said that the devolution of Plant Protection Department (MINFAL), including standardization of pesticides and fertilizers, seed testing and seed certification has not been made while the said function were being performed by the agriculture department.
In Pakistan, citrus fruits are grown over an area of 194.5 thousand hectares with a total production of 1982.25 thousand tons (MINFAL, 2012).
Policy InitiativeTechnical assistance for feasibility cost of technology transfer for plant and agronomy MINFAL Zero rating duties and import control exemption on second hand plant and machinery.
Many developing countries like Pakistan face serious deficiencies in protein and vegetable oil, and must spend a considerable amount of foreign exchange on the import of vegetable oil in particular to meet local demand (MINFAL,2010-11).