Punjab Forestry Research Institute Publications



  1. Trials on Autumn Silkworm Rearing in Pakistan Pak. J. For. April, 1977
  2. Artificial hatching of silkworm eggs by acid treatment Pak. J. For.  July, 27(3)1977
  3. Technique for Poly Bag Nursery of Eucalyptus Camaldulensis
  4. Social Forestry Need, Present Status and Future Strategy.
  5. Position Paper on Forest Education in the Punjab
  6. Effect of chemical fertilizers on the growth of Hybrid poplar
  7. Under planting of Sisal in irrigated plantations
  8. Isolation and development of pure races of Silkworm Pak. J. For.  April, 35(2)1985.
  9. Trials on multiple Silkworm rearing in spring and post spring seasons in Pakistan Pak. J. For.  Jan. 36(1)1986
  10. Energy Crisis and Mesquite. Pak. J. For.  38(1)
  11. Assessment of the dependence of Local population on the scrub Forest in Jehlum Pak. J. For.  39(2).
  12. Artificial Hatching of Silkworm eggs after chilling. Pak. J. For.  April 1990
  13. Present Status of Sericulture in Punjab.Pak. J. For.  April, 1990
  14. Investigation on the character of Parent Silkworm breeds Pak 1 & Pak 2 and their F1 hybrid cross Pak. J. Entom 12(1-2),1990
  15. Effect of polymycin supplementation through feed and water on broiler performance Pak. J. Vet.Sci. 10(2)52-54.
  16. Effect of dusting Limestone bleaching powder on silkworm on the control of Muscardine and viral diseases.
  17. Economical utilization of Eucalyptus camaldulensis
  18. Cost efficient techniques for raising Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings
  19. Effect of Shisham (Dalbergiasissoo) trees on the yield of wheat crop (series-I)
  20. Economics of different methods of raising Acacia nilotica on farmlands
  21. Effect of tree rows on the yield of wheat crop
  22. Studies on the Characters of parental pure lines of silkworm PFI-1 & PFI-2 and their F1 Hybrid (PFI-1 X PFI-2)
  23. Inducing of Rooting by ringing Twigs in Mulberry (Morus sp.)
  24. Natural Regeneration of Silver Fir (Abiespindrow) in the moist temperate forest of Pakistan.
  25. Multipurpose research network field trial in Pakistan
  26. Performance of criteria for regressors selection in Linear regression model of Shisham (Dalbergiasissoo) Yield
  27. Method of cold strorage& Artificial hatching of autumn produced Silkworm eggs for spring rearing
  28. Allelopathic effect of EucalypusCamaldulensis on Wheat (Triticumaestivum) Crop
  29. Use of polymers for dry afforestation in Cholistan.
  30. Selection of suitable formula for volume measurement of Shisham logs
  31. Effect of Forestvs Fruit trees on wheat crop
  32. Agroforestry option to increase forest production
  33. Assessing carrying capacity and vegetation cover of RakhDagarKotli (Thal)
  34. Optimim age/size for out-planting tubed nursery plants of Eucalyptus camaldulensis
  36. Effect of water conservation techniques on the establishment and growth of forest tree species in scrub zone
  37. Effect of irrigation frequencies and mulching on the establishment ofvarious tree species in Chitral.
  38. Seasonal variation in chemical composition of Ipil-Ipil (Leucaenaleucocephala
  39. Status of tree planting campaigns in Pakistan (1996-2003)
  40. Multiple land use: poplar plantation with poplar nursery
  41. Selection of Suitable Formula for Volume Measurement of Shisham Logs
  42. Assessing Range Vegetation And Carrying Capacity In RakhGoharwala (Thal)
  43. Volume Estimation of Lopped Trees
  44. Multiplication of Shisham through branch cuttings
  45. Effect of Dalbergiasissoo tree rows on the growth and yield of cotton crop
  46. Propagation Of Mulberry, Morus Alba Through A Single Node Culture
  47. Seasonal Variation in Chemical Composition of Twigs and Leaves of Kikar (Acacia nilotica)
  48. Inter-Species Grafting of Chalghoza Pine Scion-Wood on Chir Pine Root Stock.
  49. Prospects Of Range Development In  Pothowar (Punjab)
  50. Influence of maturity on chemical composition of some range grasses
  51. Carrying capacity of protected and open pastures in scrub-zone of Pabbi-Rasool (Kharian-Gujrat), Punjab
  52. Determining grazing potential of treated and untreated areas of Pothowar tract (GulialReserveForest)
  53. Effect of physico-chemical properties and nutritional status of soils on Shisham dieback
  54. Development of ForestEcozones of Punjab
  55. Anticipating Rangeland Development in Thal ( Punjab)
  56. Carbon stocks in Delbergia sissoo irrigated forest plantation, Changa Manga (Punjab), Pakistan
  57. Seasonal Variation in Chemical Composition of Twigs and Leaves of Phulai (Acacia Modesta The Environ Monitor  Vol. XIX No. 4-6 Apr-Jun 2019
  58. Socio-Economic Evaluation of the Herders Practicing Agro-Grazing inDistrict Faisalabad The Environ Monitor  Vol. XIX No. 4-6 Apr-Jun 2019
  59. Study of ecosystem and pastoralism in Cholistan, Pakistan.59
  60. Socio-economic evaluation of the herders practicing agro-grazing in district Bahawalpur, Pakistan
  61. Effect of Honey (Apis dorsata) on Larval Growth and Silk Cocoon Yield of Bombyx mori (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae).




  1. Study Report regarding post Graduate studies in University of Oxford, Oxford Forestry Institute, Oxford U.k.
  2. Survey of the Existing agro forestry system in Barani areas of the Punjab
  3. Development of an integrated Model Farm for improvement of Scrub Forests in Jehlum Distt.
  4. "Development of Wastelands for Fuel wood Energy and Rural Needs".FAO Regional Workshop on Development of Wastelands for Fuel wood Energy and Rural Needs 1-9 Nov. 1988, India.
  5. Position paper on Forest education in the Punjab.
  6. Forestry Research in the Punjab
  7. Punjab Forest Department Operational plan for Forestry Research 1988-89 to 1992-93
  8. Development of culturable wastelands for production of wood and other needs.
  9. A brief Note on range management activities in the Punjab.
  10. Current status of tropical Forests and scope of multipurpose tree species.
  11. Multipurpose tree species Research network field trial in Pakistan.
  12. Agroforestry Systems.
  13. Existing Agroforestry System in Pakistan.
  14. Diversification of Fodder Resources.
  15. Rules and Regulations for Diploma-In-Forestry and Certificate-In-Forestry Courses for Punjab Forests Schools.
  16. Syllabus for Diploma-In-Forestry and Certificate-In-Forestry courses for Forest School. PFRI Education bulletin No.2.
  17. Socio-Economics conditions and end-uses of MPTS on small farms in barani areas of Pakistan.
  18. Establishment of Seed Orchards in the Punjab, Final Technical Report.
  19. Social Forestry-Need present status and future strategy.
  20. Practical Field Training document for Diploma-in-Forestry.
  21. Practical Field training document for Certificate-In-Forestry
  22. Holding of Refresher/special courses of PFRI, Faisalabad :A Report.
  23. Up gradation of PFRI, Faisalabad.
  24. Proposal for the Development of Forestry in the Punjab
  25. Research Programme of PFRI for the year 1986-87 to 1990-91.
  26. Social Forestry in the Punjab, need concept and recommendations.
  27. Review of Research and Training activities(Constraints and recommendations).
  28. Proposal for the development of Muree Kahuta hilly areas.
  29. Establishment of seed orchards in the Punjab.
  30. Possible field of collaboration regarding Medicinal plants.
  31. Establishment of Forest tree seed supply system in the Punjab.
  32. Possible field of collaboration regarding Medicinal plants.
  33. An overview of Research on vegetative propagation of important tree species in the Asian Pacific Region.
  34. An overview of work on genetic improvement of Shisham in Pakistan.
  35. Current trends of Forestry Research priorities.
  36. Concept paper for World Bank assistance.
  37. Why social Forestry and Agroforestry in the Punjab.
  38. Five years plan for Forestry Research and Training in Pjunjab (1993-94 to 1997-98).
  39. Rules and regulations for Training Education bulletin No.5
  40. Social Forestry in the Punjab: a major break through.
  41. Glimpses of Research and training activities of PFRI, Faisalabad.
  42. Lecture Notes on Forestry Extension Education.
  43. Training programme and syllabi for social Forestry short courses.
  44. Forestry Extension Training plan for Green men (May-June, 1995).
  45. Fuelwood Trade in Rural Areas of the  Punjab
  46. Diversification of Fodder  resources
  47. Monograph on Leucaena leucocephala.
  48. Ten Years of PFRI, Faisalabad.
  49. Existing Agroforestry Systems in Pakistan
  50. Agro forestry Research Message for farmers and forest officials.
  51. Uses of common Forest Tree species in Farmland.
  52. Techniques for raising bed nursery.
  53. Note on Introduction of Eucalyptus in the Punjab with special Reference to Arid Localities
  54. Proceeding of National seminar on Shisham dieback. Oct.27, 2001.
  55. Proceeding of 2nd Seminar on Shisham Dieback. June, 29, 2004.
  56. Sampling techniques for the survey of shisham dieback in Punjab.
  57. Proceeding of 3rd Seminar on Shisham Dieback. May 11, 2006.




  1. Forest Seed Supply
  2. Forest Protection
  3. Fundamentals of Forestry Vol.-XII Silvicultural Systems
  4. Fundamentals of Forestry Vol.-I Importance of Forests and Forest Types of Pakistan
  5. Fundamentals of Forestry . Vol. VII Tending of Forest Crops
  6. A Handbook of Seed Technology
  7. A Handbook on Forest Nursery (English)
  8. A Handbook on Forest Nursery (Urdu)
  9. Elements of Forest Mensuration
  10. Agro Forestry: Concept and Potential Agro forestry Series Vol.-I
  11. Agro forestry: Ecological, Socio-economic and Institutional Aspects Agro forestry Series Vol.-II
  12. Agro forestry: classification of Systems and Choice of species. Agro forestry Series Vol.-III.
  13. Agro forestry: Existing Systems. Agro forestry Series-Vol.-IV.
  14. Agro forestry: Design, Establishment and Management System. Agro forestry Series Vol.-V.
  15. Agro forestry: Financial Analysis of System.  Agro forestry series Vol.-VI.
  16. Volume Table of Tree Species on Farmland in the Punjab
  17. DarakhtonkeBeej
  18. Rahnumai Nursery Janglat
  19. Agro forestry-An introduction.
  20. Shisham-a multipurpose tree
  21. A Handbook on Social Forestry (Urdu)
  22. Mosquito repellant plants
  23. Indigenous and Endangered tree species of Punjab 
  24. Rahnuma e Agroforestry