Innovative corporate practices implemented by the SIFC (Sustainable Innovation and Farming Corporation) under the Green Pakistan Initiative have captured international attention.
On November 29, a delegation of six Chinese experts paid a visit to Purewal Farms in Khanewal, marking a milestone in cross-country collaboration and recognition.
Peruwal Farms, inaugurated by the Army Chief and the Prime Minister in July under the FONGROW project, has emerged as a beacon of success in modern corporate farming, aligning with the Green Pakistan Initiative's objectives.
The farm, which is currently in the midst of harvesting its first crop, has garnered praise for its use of cutting-edge machinery and sustainable agricultural practices.
During the visit, the Chinese delegation meticulously inspected all aspects of Purewal Farms, including the state-of-the-art machinery employed and the diverse range of crops being cultivated.
The use of modern equipment in the harvesting process showcased the farm's commitment to efficiency and environmental consciousness.
The significance of Purewal Farms lies not only in its contribution to sustainable agriculture, but also as the first modern corporate farm producing crops under the Green Pakistan Initiative.
This aligns with the broader goals of the initiative to promote environmentally friendly and economically viable agricultural practices.
Members of the Chinese delegation expressed their admiration for Fan Grove Farms and the Green Pakistan Initiative.
They commended the efforts to integrate technology, sustainability, and productivity, acknowledging the positive impact on both the local and global agricultural landscape.
The visit underscored the potential for collaboration between China and Pakistan in the field of agriculture, with the exchange of expertise and ideas opening new avenues for bilateral cooperation.
As the harvesting process continues at Purewal Farms, it serves as a testament to the success of innovative corporate farming models and the positive outcomes of collaborative initiatives such as the Green Pakistan Programme.