Observer Report Islamabad
Xinjiang-agriculture development model could help to improve cotton production in Pakistan, said Iqrar Ahmad Khan, former Vice Chancellor of Agriculture University.
According to Gwadar Pro, he was speaking at a live forum jointly organised by China Economic Net and Machinery Engineering Corporation of China to mark the launch of China-Pakistan Agricultural and Industrial Cooperation Information platform.
Khan said that the Xinjiang model was a role model for Pakistan where cotton production is facing serious challenges and annual yield in continuously declining.
He said that Pakistan not only needed seeds from China but the whole package of Xinjiang model for enhancing cotton production.