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Threshers British and American, 1953.
Harvesting and Storing of Rice, 1953.
Cotton Growing Machines, 1953.
Report on First “Desert Cooler” produced at Agricultural Engineering Workshop by M.H. Panhwar, October, 1953.
Proposal for Establishment of Field Drainage Farm, Young Engineer, Karachi pp.65-73, 1959-60.
Ground Water in Dadu District, 1962.
Ground and Surface Water in Arid Zones of Sindh, 1963.
Ground Water in Sindh, 1964.
Ground Water in Karachi Division, 1965.
Ground Water in Lasbella District, 1967.
Ground Water in Quetta and Kalat Divisions, 1968.
Ground Water in Hyderabad and Khairpur Divisions (Revised), 1969.
Mechanisation of Sugarcane, 1969.
Mechanisation of Cotton Crop, 1969.
Experiments on Twenty One Foot Southern Cross Wind Mill, 1965-69, 1970.
Ground Water in Karachi Master Plan Area (4,000 square miles between Karachi to Hyderabad) on behalf M/s. Zaheeruddin, Panhwar and Partners for K.D.A., 1972.
Reports for WAPDA concerning: 1974-81.

(a)        Left Bank Outfall Drain Project Phase-I, Project Preparation.

(b)       Kandhkot Thul Shahdad Kot Surface Drainage Project, Project Planning.

Reports on Development of Sugarcane for Sugar Mill at Piarogoth, 1975-76 
Reports for Animal Husbandry Farm at Jhimpir, 1975-76.
Plan for Deciduous Farm in Hill of Dadu and Larkana Districts in article “In Search for a Hill Resort in Sindh” Evening Star, the Thursday, October 14th, 1982.
Scope for Prawn Farming in Sindh, Journal Pakistan Agriculture, September, 1983.
Agro-Live Stock Project Jhimpir, Pakistan Agriculture, October, 1983 
Rabbit Farming – Journal Pakistan Agriculture, October, 1983.
Failure of a Gate of Sukkur Barrage, A lesson for the future, Sindhilogical Studies, Summer 1983, pp.15-32.
Engineering, Scientific and Economic Consideration for An Aquaculture Enterprise, Pakistan Agriculture, October, 1984.
Banana cultivation. A New and Revolutionary Variety of Banana suitable for growing throughout Sindh, Pakistan Agriculture, June, 1984.
First Biogas Plant of Pakistan, (1959), J. Science, Technology and Development Vol. 3, No. 2, 1984.
My Experiences with Ground Water, Pakistan Agriculture, October, 1984.
Small Tractors and are They Worth While? Pakistan Agriculture, March, 1984.
Scope for Use of Wind Power in Sindh, 1984.
Agro-Industry and Power Orientation, Pakistan Agriculture, August, 1984.
A New Exportable Variety of Banana – William Hybrid, Pakistan Agriculture, June 1984, pp.6-9.
Wheat Turns Poison, Pakistan Agriculture, November 1984, pp. 34-35.
Mr. M.H. Panhwar on Ground Water Management, Pakistan Agriculture, October, 1984, pp. 62-67 
Use of Algae As Proteinous Feed for Human Beings and Animals, Pakistan Agriculture, August 1985, pp. 57-58.
Development of Summer Hills Resorts and Tourism Centres in The Western Hills of Sindh, Mining Engineer Pakistan, Vol. 3, No. 10, October 1985, pp. 34-39.
Proposal for Installation of 250 Wind Mills in Kohistan and Thar Desert as Range Management Program, Mining Engineer Pakistan, November 1985, pp. 15-27.
Soil Conservation of the Thar and Kohistan Area of Sindh, Mining Engineer Pakistan, November 1985, pp. 4-9.
Now Jojoba Oil: An attractive crop for cosmetic industry, Pakistan Agriculture, January 1986, pp.39-42.
An Scope for Better Utilisation of Poultry Droppings, by converting it into Cattle Feed and Methane, Science Technology and Development, January-February, 1986, pp. 25-28.
Electromagnetic Or Electronic Treatment of Kohistan Water for use in the boilers, Mining Engineer Pakistan, March, 1986, pp. 30-40.
Plan For Development of Thar and Kohistan, Mining Engineer Pakistan, March 1986, pp. 36-40.
Ground Water in the Thar Desert of Sindh, Mining Engineer Pakistan, January-February, 1986, pp. 25-39.
Jojoba Successfully Grown on Six Acres in Pakistan, Jojoba Happenings USA, July-August, 1987, 1 p 
Some Important Springs of Hamal Kohistan, Mining Engineer Pakistan, March-April, 1988, pp. 9-14.
The Banana Epidemic in Sindh, April-June, 1991, pp.41-46.
Is Sindh’s Climate Suitable for Citrus Crops, DAWN: Economic and Business Review, December 7-13, 1991, PIII.
Is the Climate of Sindh Suitable for Raising Citrus Fruits? Sindh Guardian January 19, 1992, 2 p.
To Grow Oil Palm in Thatta District, Sindh Guardian, January 21, 1992, 2 p.
To Grow Pineappel in Thatta District, Sindh Guardian, 2 p.
Going bananas, New Line – June 1991, pp.56-58.
Banana Virus, DAWN, 18-06-1991, 1 p.
Growing Cashewnut in Sindh: some prospects, Business Recorder, February 1, 1992, 3 p 
Is The Climate of Sindh Suitable for Raising Citrus Fruits? Science Technology and Development, January-March 1992, pp.46-51.
Grapes in Sindh, Minnesota Grape Growers, St. Paul (Mn), 1992, Annual Report, pp.7-9.
Damage to Fruit Trees by 1992 Rains, DAWN: Letters to the Editor, September 9, 1992, 1 p.
Temperate Zone Fruits in The Sub-Tropical Area of Sindh Pakistan, In Fourth International Symposium on Growing Temperate Zone Fruits in Tropics and Sub-Tropics, Cairo (Egypt) May 22-26, 1993 in Acta Horticulture, Vol. 409, pp.155-164.
A New Look At Agro-Climatic Zones in Sindh, DAWN: Economic and Business Review, Agriculture & Technology, May 29 – June 4, 1993 – P III.
An Uphill Future for Mango, DAWN: Economic & Business Review, May 7-13, 1994, P.III.
 Samphire – an edible oil crop for Sindh, DAWN: Economic & Business Review, May 27 – June 2, 1995, P.III, 2 p. Published jointly with Farzana Panhwar.
Intellectual Property Rights and Pakistan’s Mango Production, DAWN: Economic & Business Review, December 9-15, 1995, P.III, 2 p. Published jointly with Farzana Panhwar.
Wheat in Pakistan: Feeding the towns at the expense of the farmers, Jour. Landmark (U.K), July-August 1995, pp.7-?
Rain Havoc in Dadu and Larkana, DAWN: Economic and Business Review, August 5-11, 1995, P.VI, 1 p.
Neem – an natural pesticide, DAWN: Economic & Business Review, June 8-14, 1996, P.III, 3 p. Published jointly with Farzana Panhwar.
Flying Fox: a highly lethal agricultural pest, DAWN: Economic and Business Review, June 29 – July 5, 1996 P.III, 2 p. Published jointly with Farzana Panhwar.
Installation of 250 Wind Mills for Thar and Kohistan (In press).
Bio-Gas Plants for Developing Countries (Ready for press).
Advisory Farmnote on Mango (Winter 1998/99) Sindh Society for Horticultural Science Vol. 1, No. 2, 2 p.
Samphire (Salicornia Ligrlovii): A promising fruit oil crop for Sindh, Sindh Society for Horticulture Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1 p. Published jointly with Farzana Panhwar.
Research Criteria for Introducing New Fruit and Nut Crops, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1 p.
Top Horticulturist of Pakistan and our ignorance, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2 p.
 Simaruba Glauca Fruits in Sindh, Sindh Society for Horticulture Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1 p.
 Mango Truth of Myth, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1 p.
Grapes in Sindh: From Minnesota Grape Growers 1992 Annual Report, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2 p 
New Mango Called Sindhu in India, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No.1, 1 p.
 Disappearance of the Citrus Industry in Sindh between 1955 to 1960 and its Rehabilitation,
Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2 p. 
Agro-Climate of Sindh, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, 1 p.
Neem – a natural pesticide, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2 p.
The Great Banana Tragedy in Sindh, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1999, 2 p.
To Grow Oil Palm in Thatta District, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 2, no. 1, 2 p.
Agricultural Libraries of Pakistan, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1999, 1 p.
Mango Farm Note No. 2, Sindh Society for Horticultural Science, Vol. 2, No. 1, 1999, 1 p.

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