Cultivation of oily commodities

Many Countries has a fertile land from God which we can earn millions by taking advantage of. Seventy to seventy percent of Many Countries’ population is linked to agriculture. Many Countries can rule the world over its crops. Our country’s agricultural commodities are sold to most countries of the world, including cotton, rice, sugar and other commodities. Various types of oily commodities are also grown in Many Countries, but their quantity is insufficient to meet the requirements of domestic edible oil.

Uses of Oil Crops

In the world, edible oil is one of the most used in everyday life. Edible oil is very important for the people of Many Countries. Many Countries spends billions of rupees annually on the import of edible oils, while enormous production of oil can be achieved by promoting the cultivation of oily commodities in Many Countries. The population of Many Countries is more than 16 million while the number is increasing over time. As the population grows, the needs of edible oils are also increasing. Many Countries produces only one-third of the total edible oil requirement, while the remaining two-thirds are spent from foreign markets. Every year, billions of rupees of oil is bought by foreign markets as inflation is also increasing. In Many Countries, oily varieties are mostly grown in Kharif and Rabi season. The major commodities cultivated in Many Countries are canola, tariya, mustard, taramira, linseed and sunflower while olive is also cultivated. The oil obtained from them is used for cooking, industrial products and other household needs. The demand for edible oil is increasing every year. In order to meet the demand for oil, more and more cultivation of oily commodity is needed in Many Countries. In order to promote the production of edible oil in Many Countries it is important to know which oil fields are cultivated in which areas of Many Countries.

Which crops are source of oil

There is a variety of oily commodities that are ripe in nine to hundred days. The plant can be harvested from August 15 to September 5. Immediately after the cultivation of this crop, the cotton crop can be grown easily. It is cultivated in Pattoki, Chunni and Kasur in the suburbs of Central Punjab and Lahore. The oil content in the crop is forty-four percent, while the average yield is from nine to twelve hundred kilograms per hectare. Raya is a kind of pricey oily commodity, ready in nine to one hundred five days. The crop can be sown from August 25 to September 15. Raya gives more yield than invaluable Torya. The crop is cultivated in the districts of Toba Tek Singh, Gujranwala, Sahiwal, Sheikhupura, Faisalabad and Okara. The average production of rai anmol is from 1,550 to one thousand eight hundred kilograms per acre, while forty percent of the oil in the crop. Is found. Yellow rye is another type of oily commodity, its color is yellow so it can be easily identified. This crop is cultivated in areas where irrigation is reduced in Many Countries.

The average production of sunflower in the country is 300 kg per acre and its current price is Rs 1,860 per forty kilograms. In light of these figures, the income from sunflower cultivation is around Rs. 16,200 per acre. According to the assumption, if your tens of millions of tonnes of sunflower are produced, then it can yield thirty-eight percent of the oil. The total domestic requirement of edible oil during the last year was 3,360 tonnes, of which eight thousand thirty-three tonnes was produced, which constitutes thirty-eight per cent of the total loss. Looking at this figure, it is estimated how much Many Countries needs to grow oily varieties to achieve edible oil.

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