The endless hydroponic greenhouses of the Pyongyang Vegetable Science Institute are associated with the meticulous field guidance of the Marshal.
Workteams at potato farms in Ryanggang Province have reaped a bumper harvest this year through scientific farming and mechanization.
The Unha Pedigree Fish Breeding Station was established in 1987 and is today one of the nation’s leading producers of fry for many fish farms.
Farmers produce a variety of dairy products at the Kubin Stockbreeding Cooperative Farm in Kangdong County, Pyongyang.
Modern rural homes built free of charge for families of the Wonhwa Cooperative Farm in South Phyongan Province.
The Central District Floricultural Farm is making great efforts to add to the beauty of Pyongyang’s streets with many more flowers.
Newly completed tree nursery has capacity to produce upwards of 20 million saplings annually.
The Mangyongdae Vegetable Farm are increasing production of cucumber, tomato, eggplant, red pepper, and many others.
Jong Yong Sok at the Kungsim Cooperative Farm is now spreading his experiences in sapling cultivation to other units.
Wheat harvest in full swing in Ryanggang Province as farmers put spurs to reaping a bumper harvest this year.
The bold decisions of the Chairman for the people are opening up a bright new path for the Korean revolution.
The Pujon Plateau in South Hamgyong Province is more frequently seeing sheep in its scenic pastures.
The Kwangpho Duck Farm in South Hamgyong Province is raising its breeding rates with the help of advanced science.
The Chairman finds his greatest pride and pleasure in the joy of the working people.
Offshore aquaculture is rapidly spreading in the DPRK greeting a bumper seaweed harvest this year.
SPA President inspects and holds meeting at planned chicken farm set to be a modern example for all others to follow.
Young people are running many pastures with a firm resolve to build the area into a better place to live and work.
Major co-op in Pyongyang’s outskirts playing a major role in the improvement of local people’s diets.
The Samchon Catfish Farm now produces over 800,000 fry every month resulting in thousands of tons of fish per year.