Islamabad: (Parliament Times) Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) has made efforts to popularize this crop and its by-products nationwide with the help of PSDP funded soybean project entitled “Commercialization of Soybean crop (Glycine max L) on Pilot scale in Pakistan ”. It is said by DG NARC Dr. Ghulam M. Ali at the occasion of concluding session of two days training workshop on Soybean by-products held at NARC. He also welcome participants of training and brief about steps taken by PARC’s for betterment of Soybean crop and its by-products.
At this occasion Dr. M. Arshad P.I. (Soybean Project), briefed the participants about training session. He said that to commercialize by-products of soybean, OilSeed Research Program has made efforts with the help of NRSP and FSRI, NARC to popularize different soya by-products (soymilk, soya halwa, soya kabab, soya ice-cream, soya samosa, soya custard, soya paora and soya chat).
At this occasion DG, Planning & Development, Director API, Director ASI and other scientists of PARC/NARC were present. This unique effort of team soybean project (Oilseeds Research Program, NARC) was highly appreciated by higher ups and audience and they are excited to hear more about soya by-products on commercial scale in future.