Korean Journal of Agricultural Science

The Main Characteristics of Mongolian and Korean …

Korean Journal of Environmental Agriculture

In any environment, appropriate plant–animal interactions are essential to achieve sustainable livestock intensification, food and nutritional security and improved livelihoods of farming communities. This study reviews grazing and browsing research to understand contrasting ruminant-agricultural practices to provide a solid foundation for developing sustainable farming practices. The outcome differentiates livestock feeding strategies and their impact on land-feed-use efficiency.

Korean Journal of Environmental Agriculture ..

This product assembles a wide variety of data items covering agricultural production, inputs, prices, food consumption, output of industrial products relevant to the agricultural sector, and macroeconomic data.

So, you can see, that mostly there are no similarities in thelexis, and sometimes the word has actually changed meaning although my guess isthat they are etymologically related. Yes, occasionally, there aresimilarities, but I was shocked to find that none of the numbers and very few ofthe family words matched. You see what I mean? In conclusion, I'mconvinced that their may have been an ancient linguistic connection, buttraveling through China and mixing with other cultures has tainted thelexis. 70% of Korean is now from Chinese language. I have avoidedthe Sino-Korean (above) whenever possible. Littleresemblance remains lexically to the mother Mongolian tongue, however thegrammar is nearly identical, and the vowels are nearly identical.


of the North Korean agriculture over the last ..

Compared with the industrial and service sectors, agriculture remained the most sluggish sector of the economy. In 1988 the contribution of agriculture to overall GDP was only about 10.8 percent, down from approximately 12.3 percent the previous year. Most economists agreed that the country's rural areas had gained more than they had contributed in the course of industrialization. Still, the growth of agricultural output, which averaged 3.4 percent per year between 1945 and 1974, 6.8 percent annually during the 1974-79 period, and 5.6 percent between 1980 and 1986, was credible. The gains were even more impressive because they added to a traditionally high level of productivity. On the other hand, the overall growth of the agriculture, forestry, and fishing sector was only 0.6 percent in 1987 as compared with the manufacturing sector, which grew 16 percent during 1986 and 1987. During the first half of 1989, the agriculture, forestry, and fisheries sector grew 5.9 percent, as opposed to manufacturing's 2.9 percent.

Topic Tag: The Characteristics of Korean Agriculture

Particularly among the yangban, Chinese dominance of cultural expression was assured by the fact that Korean intellectual discourse was largely dependent on Chinese loanwords.