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Big Efforts Paid to Preventing Drought Damage in DPRK

Pyongyang, June 29 (KCNA) — Big efforts have been paid to preventing drought damage in the co-op farms across the DPRK.

Co-op farms in South Phyongan Province make an effective use of underground water.
The Pobu Co-op Farm in Kaechon City secured water resources by digging nearly 30 wells and is drawing water into croplands.
And Unsan County built a reservoir with a capacity of several hundred cubic meters in a day.
North Phyongan Province repaired thousands of water holes and wells and built hundreds of dammed pools to irrigate a large area of croplands by sprinklers and water pumps.
Co-op farms in South Hwanghae Province are mobilizing various kinds of rolling stocks and water-supply wagons for watering croplands and those in Kaesong City dug or restored over 500 water holes and at least 700 wells and completed more than 100 dammed pools.

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