Researchers of the Pyongyang Turf Institute have recently come up with bluegrass Namsan No. 1 in the course of intensifying research into acclimatizing superior turf strains. They have also selected a new turf variety which is highly resistant to drought.
As they push ahead with the project for prolonging the green colour-preserving period of “golden” turf, they direct much effort to research into ornamental grasses like Sedum kamtschaticum.
By drawing on the experience of having developed Rokpi 1, an efficient compound fertilizer for turf, the institute has also set up a new process for producing compound fertilizer with a marine plant as the main raw material.
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