Farming in Pakistan.—By Muhammad Afzal, Pakistan Academy of Sciences, Islamabad. 1977. 277, pp.

Chaudhry Mohammad Ali


In this book attempt has been made to deal with diverse areas
of varied significance in agriculture. It begins with a description of
the geography and rural set up of the country. In the introductory part
of the book an account is given of the topography, historical land use
in agriculture, cottage industries and the problems of the rural economy
like uneven land distribution, tenancy, illeteracy and indebtedness.
This description is useful as it provides an excel¬lent background
material for undertaking any analysis of the performance and potential
of the agricultural sector.

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