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Economics of Chickpea Production in the Thal Desert of Pakistan

@inproceedings{Shah2008EconomicsOC,
  title={Economics of Chickpea Production in the Thal Desert of Pakistan},
  author={Nisar Ali Shah and Mahmood Auj la and Mazher Abbas and Khal id Mahmood},
  year={2008}
}
The production of chickpea in Thal desert of the Punjab is currently subsistence in character. The area experienced low chickpea production during the year 2005-06. A survey was launched to figure out the real factors that contributed towards low chickpea production. The results of the study were anticipated to provide basis for devising strategy to improve and sustain future chickpea production. Chickpeas are used both for human consumption and animal feeds in rural and urban areas. Almost two… 

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