Posts Tagged: Pakistan
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Visiting scholar Syed Fahad Shah and doctoral student Charlotte Herbert Alberts (next to him) help youngsters make buttons at the Bohart Museum of Entomology open house. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Doctoral student Charlotte Herbert Alberts and visiting scholar Syed Fahad Shah working at the button-making table at the Bohart Museum of Entomology. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Two of Kearney's researchers, Jeff Dahlberg and Khaled Bali joined Dan Putnam of UC Davis in a trip to Pakistan to talk with Pakistani researchers, academics, and farmers about forage production. Pakistan has reached out to their expertise to help understand improved forage practices that will help Pakistan meet its dairy and meat needs in the future. The three UC researchers gave presentations in Faisalabad and Multan at the Agricultural Universities. Dr. Putnam gave presentations on alfalfa, Dr. Dahlberg on sorghum as a forage, and Dr. Bali on irrigation and evapotranspiration. Their Pakistani hosts were very gracious and appreciative of their efforts. While there, they also participated in a fabulous tradition at the Ag Universities, planting of a tree in each of their names. The Kearney and Davis researchers look forward to strengthening these new relationships between Pakistani scientists and those of UC and ANR.