Pyongyang, July 26 (KCNA) — Kim Je Won Haeju University of Agriculture in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has made achievements in scientific research.
The university has invented a new manuring technology which ensures the growth of crops in the latter half with a less amount of fertilizer and makes them bear good yield. The technology has already proved fruitful on co-op farms in Pyoksong, Yonan and other counties of South Hwanghae Province.
The university has also developed a computer program on the application time of earing fertilizer.
In an interview with KCNA, President of the university So Sung Chol said that the research successes made by the university have been introduced into farms of South Hwanghae Province, a granary on the west coast of the country.
The university, he added, has brought up a lot of able agricultural scientists and technicians over the last 45 years since its foundation in December, Juche 49 (1960).
It established a scientific manuring system for paddy fields which proved successful in Kim Je Won-ri, Jaeryong County, last year.
Besides, it has found out a weeding method of directly sown rice and a method of exterminating insects with a sort of liquid.
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