Pro­vides field guid­ance to dif­fer­ent sec­tors

The Pyongyang Times - - Front Page - By PT staff re­porter

mon­i­tors and read­justs tem­per­a­ture and hu­mid­ity in real time in favour of the growth of young trees.

The nurs­ery is work­ing well to grow and spread good species of high eco­nomic value and has sin­gle­hand­edly es­tab­lished an im­pec­ca­ble process to pro­duce hu­mus-pots for saplings, he said.

He spec­i­fied tasks to be tack­led in op­er­at­ing the nurs­ery, in­clud­ing ex­pan­sion of the green­house and pro­duc­tion base so as to pro­duce 10 mil­lion saplings a year, com­ple­tion of a tech­nique that en­sures tree plant­ing all the year round and pro­duc­tion of sapling con­tain­ers made of dif­fer­ent ma­te­ri­als.

It is a firm in­ten­tion and will of the Party to turn the moun­tains of the so­cial­ist coun­try into thickly wooded “moun­tains of trea­sure and gold”, he said, adding that it is needed to carry re­for­esta­tion through as it is a longterm and strate­gic un­der­tak­ing.

To grow a sapling into a tow­er­ing tree re­quires lots of ef­fort and care, and it is a true pa­triot who takes pride in de­vot­ing one­self to mak­ing the coun­try’s hill­sides and fields ver­dant, he stated.

He called on the of­fi­cials, ser­vice per­son­nel, work­ing peo­ple and school­child­ren to be out for the re­for­esta­tion cam­paign with a high sense of pa­tri­o­tism, and par­tic­u­larly on the Peo­ple’s Army to take the lead in gar­nish­ing the moun­tains with green­ery.

Kim Jong Un vis­ited Farm 1116 of KPA Unit 810.

He was ac­com­pa­nied by Hwang Py­ong So, Jo Nam Jin and other se­nior of­fi­cials.

They look great and they are a laud­able sight of the so­cial­ist coun­try­side, he said ef­fu­sively as he looked at the healthy crops grow­ing in each stan­dard­ized plot and neat and tidy public build­ings and dwellings.

He viewed the ma­te­ri­als ex­hib­ited at the newly built room ded­i­cated to ed­u­ca­tion in the rev­o­lu­tion­ary ac­tiv­i­ties of the great lead­ers, and said the farm could turn into a model of the coun­try in car­ry­ing out the Party’s pol­icy of rad­i­cally im­prov­ing seeds thanks to the sea­soned lead­er­ship and metic­u­lous care of Chair­man Kim Jong Il who had vis­ited the farm sev­eral times to il­lu­mi­nate the path ahead for the farm.

He made the rounds of the seed in­sti­tute, pi­lot fac­tory and crop trial and cul­ti­va­tion plots to check seed breed­ing and farm op­er­a­tion.

The farm has cul­ti­vated wheat, bar­ley, maize and other high-yield­ing species and proac­tively ap­plied crops of new species and ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy, he said, adding that it has paid deep at­ten­tion to study­ing and grow­ing legu­mi­nous crops of new species that bear a sur­pris­ingly high per-hectare yield, an­i­mal feed crops, leek known for its good taste, high nu­tri­tion and health-pro­mot­ing ef­fect, and other good species. He was pleased that the farm has es­tab­lished tech­niques of rais­ing crops such as sugar cane and set up a process of pro­duc­ing sugar and glu­cose by its own ef­fort and tech­nol­ogy.

He de­scribed the farm as the “pi­lot farm of the Party Cen­tral Com­mit­tee” and called on the farm to con­tinue to play a lead­ing role in car­ry­ing out the Party’s pol­icy on seed revo­lu­tion.

It is not an easy job to cul­ti­vate a new species, he said, adding that it is quite pos­si­ble to get high-yield­ing species when you buckle down to work as the farm does.

He called Pak Tong Gyu, a gen­eral in charge of the af­fil­i­ates to KPA Unit 810, a “highly re­spon­si­ble and worka­holic of­fi­cial who car­ries out any­thing the Party wants to be done by en­list­ing the spir­i­tual strength of the masses.

He pointed to the need for Party chiefs at prov­ince, city and county lev­els and of­fi­cials of the rel­e­vant sec­tor to visit the farm and fol­low suit to build their own ru­ral com­mu­ni­ties into liv­able so­cial­ist fairy­lands.

He had pho­to­graphs taken with the Party mem­bers and em­ploy­ees of the farm.

Supreme leader Kim Jong Un vis­ited the soon-to-be-in­au­gu­rated Won­san Baby Home and Or­phan­age on June 1, In­ter­na­tional Chil­dren’s Day.

The child­care fa­cil­i­ties, which have been built dis­tinc­tively and cosily at the pro­posal of and un­der the metic­u­lous guid­ance of the leader, boast a sat­is­fac­tory pro­vi­sion of the con­di­tions and en­vi­ron­ment for up­bring­ing, ed­u­ca­tion and living of chil­dren.

Look­ing at the por­traits of beam­ing Pres­i­dent Kim Il Sung and Chair­man Kim Jong Il hang­ing on the façade, he was very pleased that or­phans could move to the new home re­ceiv­ing the bless­ings of the smil­ing great lead­ers, and said the con­struc­tion of the fa­cil­i­ties would re­al­ize an­other life­time de­sire of the great lead­ers who had been much con­cerned about or­phans.

Dur­ing his April visit to the con­struc­tion site he called on the sol­dier builders to fin­ish the project well to hold an in­au­gu­ral cer­e­mony on June 1 In­ter­na­tional Chil­dren’s Day. The builders com­pleted the project in a short time as tasked by the Party so that it could keep the prom­ise with the chil­dren, he said, lav­ish­ing praise on their feats.

Chil­dren are to cut the tape to inaugurate the fa­cil­i­ties, he said, adding that as grownups they would re­mem­ber the day when they cut the tape to en­ter their home.

He looked round the fa­cil­i­ties to check prepa­ra­tions for op­er­a­tion.

All the el­e­ments are so im­pec­ca­ble that the or­phans would find no in­con­ve­nience in living, kitchen fa­cil­i­ties and uten­sils are de­cent with raw ma­te­ri­als galore, and the geo­ther­mal cool­ing and heat­ing sys­tem is per­fect, he said.

He gave im­por­tant in­struc­tions on op­er­at­ing the child­care cen­tres.

The baby home and or­phan­age are struc­tures to boast of as they in­tu­itively and elo­quently show­case the ad­van­tages of Korean so­cial­ism—in which or­phans are en­tirely cared for by the Party and the state, he noted. When­ever such build­ings come into be­ing, the whole coun­try is en­livened and the peo­ple are heart­ened, he stated, adding that this is a true im­age of Korean so­cial­ism which cap­i­tal­ism can­not im­i­tate nor feign.

He gave an or­der to hold a big in­au­gu­ral cer­e­mony.

He was ac­com­pa­nied by Hwang Py­ong So, Ri Jae Il and Jo Yong Won.

Leader Kim Jong Un had pho­to­graphs taken with the sol­dier builders who have per­formed labour feats in the project for the Won­san Baby Home and Or­phan­age.

He was ac­com­pa­nied by Ri Jae Il, Kim Yo Jong and An Tong Yun.

The work­ing man­ner of the Peo­ple’s Army determined to carry out the Party’s de­ci­sions and in­struc­tions de­vot­edly has proved the truth that what Korea is determined to do is sure to be re­al­ized, he said, adding that ev­ery sec­ond on this land is wit­ness­ing a great change and in­no­va­tion. He ex­pressed hope and be­lief that the sol­dier builders would con­tinue to play a lead­ing role in any field of thriv­ing na­tion build­ing the Party as­signs them to.

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