The Government of Balochistan has initiated work on multiple agro projects with the aim to enhance the production in the province through modern technologies.
Talking to APP, an official of the Balochistan government said that the government started training programmes for farmers and landowners of the province on modern farming methods.
He said around 27 previous agriculture projects were under way at the cost of Rs37,212 million, while 16 new ones having estimated cost of Rs2,905 million were undertaken during the current year.
Referring to the Kachhi Canal Command Area Development Project, he said 37,877 acres of land connected to one to 10 distribution would be made cultivable under phase-I of the project costing Rs1,670 million.
Source: Radio Pakistan