Construction of the Karakul
hydropower plant is estimated at $25 million, planned capacity - 18 MW.
The combined heat and power plant in Karakul
provides heating for 57 organizations and 900 residential buildings.
Global Cobalt suggests the Karakul
deposit has the potential to be the world's largest source of primary cobalt outside of the central African copper belt.
The relationship between age, body size and average testis circumference of karakul
Over the decades, Karakul
fur products have been one of Afghanistan's main exports and sources of foreign exchange revenue.
9% (March 2012) Natural Diamonds, uranium, resources zinc, gold, copper, lead, tin, fluorspar, salt, fisheries and wildlife Agricultural Livestock and meat production products, crop farming and forestry, fish and fish products Mining Gem-quality diamonds, uranium, zinc, copper and other minerals Exports Diamonds, uranium, zinc, copper, lead, beef, cattle, fish, karakul
pelts, grapes ($3.
Of which animal are Karakul
, Texel and Romney Marsh breeds?
As an entity, a historical urban fabric is constituted by tangible features, namely, the physical structure made of the built and natural structure; and also intangible values, specifically, cultural activities (8) or practices and cultural expressions/representations (9) within the built environments, meanings expressed by them and values (10) attributed to them (Karakul
, 2007, 151; Karakul
, 2008, 46).
Directorate of Research and Supplies is maintaining vaccine production and research, rural poultry, beef production research centre, feed resources laboratory, multipurpose sheep research station, wool research laboratory and Karakul
sheep breeding farm.
The country's Karakul
and fat-tailed sheep, great freighting camels, donkeys, draft cattle, and horses show the Afghan capacity in animal husbandry.
His outfit was elaborate and rooted to his culture: a black karakul
cap, a grey kurta, a grey jacket, a grey pajama and a bluish grey sherwani.
Agriculture (estimated 31% of GDP): Products--wheat, opium, sheepskins, lambskins, corn, barley, rice, cotton, fruit, nuts, karakul
pelts, wool, and mutton.