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North Korea's Kim visits Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute and Floriculture Institute

(People's Daily Online)

07:58, September 26, 2012

North Korea's top leader Kim Jong Un visits Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute and Floriculture Institute, according to the country's official news agency KCNA's report on Sept. 25, 2012. (Xinhua/KCNA)

Edited and Translated by Zhang Qian, People's Daily Online

North Korea's Kim Jong Un visited Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute and Floriculture Institute on September 21.

He expressed great satisfaction over the fact that the builders expanded the greenhouse capacity and radically increased the production true to the instructions given by leader Kim Jong Il while visiting the institute in March 2011.

He dropped in at the nutritive liquid supply room and computer control room. Watching the vegetable cultivation through an automatic injection of various nutritive liquid, he was pleased that a sure guarantee was made for boosting the vegetable production by establishing a production system based on the latest technology.

At the bio-engineering room he said he was greatly satisfied to learn that everything was put on a scientific basis.

He expressed expectation that the scientists and employees of the institute would achieve great successes in researches and production of vegetables before having a photo taken with them. Most viewed commentaries

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