Pyongyang, December 14 (KCNA) -- Kye Ung Sang College of Agriculture affiliated with Kim Il Sung University has developed a new-type combined farm machine.
The machine, attached to tractor, is capable of plowing, harrowing and leveling rice fields simultaneously.
It can remarkably improve the rice field management, while sharply reducing tractor's working hours and consumption of fuel.
The efficient machine is to be introduced in farm work from next year.
Pyongyang, December 14 (KCNA) -- Many Korean women have chosen headgears to wear in winter instead of boa or headscarf.
Headgears are made with woolen yarn, leather or overcoat fabric of various colors.
Pae Ryon Hwa, a 42-year-old woman living in Pothonggang District, Pyongyang, told KCNA:
"I like to wear a headgear. It is better than boa. I look stylish with this headgear. I think it is also good for health. I had used to wear a boa in winter. But it made me sweat and feel choky. So I had caught cold easily. Since I began wearing a headgear, I have felt better."
Winter headgear is also economically better than boa or headscarf because woolen yarn for one boa is enough for three headgears.
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