It is our Party’s noble intention that all the officials and working people in the agricultural sector who follow the Juche idea keep it as their faith and courage to overcome the caprice of the sky by dint of scientific farming.
By dint of scientific farming!
This reminds us of the respected General Secretary Kim Jong Un’s field guidance to Farm No. 1116 in September, Juche 106(2017).
That day, he looked at various strains of grain the farm succeeded in breeding and said that we must trust in the strength of science and technology and rely on the clear heads of scientists and technicians.
He continued that the officials must improve the agricultural science research sector, accord preferential treatment to scientists and technicians and actively encourage their creative enthusiasm.
With such guidance of the respected General Secretary who taught that the shortcut to reaping bumper harvest and attaining the target of high yield is scientific farming, the farm could achieve proud successes.
On that unforgettable day, he stressed that one who holds fast to science and technology becomes strong and one who doesn’t becomes weak in the current era of knowledge-based economy and IT industry and that the speed of development of science and technology decides that of the country’s development.
His precious teachings that day tell the agricultural workers the precious truth that the strength which enables them to overcome the caprice of the sky and bring about a rich autumn is in science and technology.
Echo throughout the Thriving Orchard
Any visitor to Kwail County can witness a pleasing scene.
It’s the view of an array of apple trees resembling soldiers on parade and agricultural workers taking good care of the fruit trees with zeal to produce a fine harvest of apples this year by dint of science and technology.
This scene reminds us of the benevolent image of the respected General Secretary who came here in September, Juche 106(2017), and taught that the key to production growth is science and technology.
He entered the apple field and touched the apples one by one, asking how many apples the trees were bearing.
Being informed that the trees were laden with over 200 apples on an average and 300 apples at the maximum, he laughed satisfactorily.
After making rounds of the thriving orchard full of apple aroma, he highly praised the achievements they made by dint of science and technology and emphasized that the present era was the era of science and technology and that the days of fruit farming relying on the weather conditions were already gone.
This meaningful teaching taught that farming by no means hinges on the weather conditions.