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In Pakistan, Agricultural Mechanization Status and Future Prospects

@inproceedings{Iqbal2015InPA,
  title={In Pakistan, Agricultural Mechanization Status and Future Prospects},
  author={Muhammad Aamir Iqbal and Asif M. Iqbal and Sher Afzal and Nadeem Akbar and Rana Nadeem Abbas and Haroon Khan},
  year={2015}
}
Agriculture continues to constitute the backbone of Pakistan's economy by contributing 21.4% to national GDP raw material to important industries such as textile and sugar industry. 65% of its population is directly or indirectly involved with agriculture, but still farm productivity is much less as compared to other countries. One the reason for low farm productivity is lack of farm mechanization. Farm mechanization implies the use of mechanical technology in the varied farming operations such… 

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