DPRK develops microbial fertilizer

10:55, December 16, 2009      

Email | Print | Subscribe | Comments | Forum 

A new type of microbial fertilizer had been developed in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), local media reported on Tuesday.

The fertilizer, developed by the DPRK microbiological research institute, could increase the output of crops and help them resist severe weather conditions, Rodong Sinmun daily reported.

The fertilizer had been tested by researchers and now could be put into mass production, the daily said.

Its expiration time was also extended from a couple of days to one year, the newspaper added.

Source: Xinhua
  • Do you have anything to say?
Special Coverage
Major headlines
Editor's Pick
  • Boeing's Dreamliner makes maiden flight
  • Appreciate beauty of glacier -- for as long as you can
  • Macao to mark 10th anniversary of its return to China
  • Yao visits children's hospital in Houston
  • Over 2,000 families flee from restive Mayon Volcano in Philippines
  • China begins construction of world's longest cross-sea bridge linking mainland, HK, Macao
Most Popular
Hot Forum Dicussion