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February 3rd, 2013
SFRI Develops GIS-based System for Soil, Water Analysis

Enterprise level GIS based system for soil and water analysis of 69 tehsils of Punjab has been developed by Soil Fertility Research Institute Lahore. Soil Fertility Director told the Secretary that more than 13,000 samples of fertilizers had been analyzed by the Institute during past five years in fertilizer adulteration control campaign. He said more than 6.8 million samples of soils, water and fertilizers were analyzed by this institute since its inception. He added that 3.4 million soil whereas 302,488 water samples of farmers had also been analysed by this institute to provide them advisory services. The official said 59,098 field trials of grain crops, cash crops, fodders, oil seeds and fruits and vegetables were also conducted for research work. Read More