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Bench Mark


Pakistan Sugar Journal 10(2): 24-39
Bench Mark
A bench mark is a standard reference against which the quality of a material or product may be compared; bench marks for sugar recovery % cane in the provinces of Pakistan have traditionally been 8.5 in Punjab and NWFP, 8.7 in Sindh. Suitable modern bench marks derived by PCSIR via a 3-year study are 8.6 for Pakistani Punjab, 9.0 for NWFP and 9.5 for Sindh; these have the approval of FAO experts, cane commissioners, processors and growers.


Accession: 002763771

DOI: 10.1002/art.1790060202



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