Pakistan being an agricultural country is facing shortage of pulses. Major pulses grown in Pakistan include desi chickpeas (gram), lentils (masur), mung beans, black matpe (mash beans), and dry peas whole (matter). Other pulses include kabuli chickpeas, and kidney beans. The indigenous production doesn’t meet the pulses requirement of the country. Imports account for about 37% of Pakistan’s total consumption of pulses. In 2010, imports of pulses totaled 445,000 tons, valued at $262 million compared to 280,000 tons in fiscal year 2009, valued at $236 million. The situation is further aggravated due to the mushrooming growth in population and inflation rate. This gigantic drain on our hard-earned foreign exchange resources is a great challenge for agricultural scientists and all allied stalk holders. Among the pulses crops, mung bean emerged a potential pulses crop that can minimize the gap between production and consumption. The book in hand can furnish useful information for agriculture scientists and growers.