The harvesting of wheat crops in Punjab, Pakistan usually takes place in the months of April and May. The exact timing can vary depending on factors such as weather conditions and the specific variety of wheat being grown.
The harvesting process typically involves using a combine harvester, which is a machine that cuts the wheat stalks and separates the grain from the straw. The harvested wheat is then collected and stored in grain bins or bags for transport to markets or processing facilities.
Wheat is a major crop in Pakistan, and Punjab is the largest wheat-producing province in the country. The government of Pakistan provides various incentives and subsidies to farmers to encourage the cultivation of wheat and other crops, and the agricultural sector plays a crucial role in the country’s economy.
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