Pakistan can further enhance its various crops production by using Chinese agriculture technology, said State Minister for Food and Agriculture Rafiq Ahmed Jamali here on Saturday. Jamali is in capital of China on the first leg of three cities visit to acquaint himself of the cutting edge cultivation technology that China was using to enhance the production of various crops. He said that President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza were paying greater attention toward promotion of agriculture sector to make the country self-sufficient in food. The Minister this morning attended the Promoting Sino-Africa Economic and Trade Cooperation forum at the invitation of Chinese Government. On the occasion he said that as a result of the growers friendly policies of the government, the country had achieved bumper crops of wheat and rice. Rafiq Jamali said that one of the reasons to attend this Forum is to know about the Chinese plans about what kinds of incentives they were providing to their farmers community for encouraging their work on fields instead of moving towards urban areas. Urbanization is a big challenge that most of the countries facing now a days and we have to take measures to provide all basic necessities to our rural population so that instead of moving to cities for better environment, they should get the same at their door step, the Minister said. Ministers, diplomats, representatives from eighteen countries including, Africa, Middle East and Pakistan , etc. besides large number of Chief Executives officers of Chinas major entrepreneurs also attend the Forum and highlighted various initiatives taken by their respective governments to attract foreign investments. Jamali pointed out that President Asif Ali Zardari was also taking keen interest in the development of agriculture and irrigation sectors on modern lines. The State minister for Food said that he would also attend a seminar on agriculture as Pakistan is an agriculture based country therefore it is in our interest to develop agriculture sector by applying modern techniques as well as using hybrid seeds for cultivation.