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The Iri Rice Research Station, near Seoul. Members of the FAO/UNKRA Agricultural Mission visited it in 1952 to discuss modern methods of soil preservation and fertilization. Subsequently, UNKRA undertook a $9,000,000 program of fertilizer importation and conducted research toward the construction of fertilizer plants. The imported fertilizer was sold for Korean currency and the currency was used to finance local reconstruction costs.

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Much of Korea's good rice land is also suitable for the production of peat, and many farmers cut peat for fuel in off-crop seasons. Here the peat turfs are cut and stacked. UNKRA, much interested in the development of peat as a supplementary fuel, has developed a simple, cheap peat-burning stove.

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Much of Korea's good rice land is also suitable for the production of peat, and many farmers cut peat for fuel in off-crop seasons. Here the peat turfs are cut and stacked. UNKRA, much interested in the development of peat as a supplementary fuel, has developed a simple, cheap peat-burning stove.

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