Agriculture in South Korea
Agriculture in South Korea is a sector of the Economy of South Korea. The natural resource for agriculture in South Korea is not abundant. Two thirds of the country are mountains and hills. Arable land only accounts for 22 percent of the country's land. The most important crop in South Korea is rice, accounting about 90 percent of the country's total grain production and over 40 percent of farm income. Other grain products heavily rely on imports from other countries.
National Agricultural Cooperative Federation (NACF) is South Korea's Agricultural cooperative, which is a nationwide organization in charge of agriculture banking, supply of agriculture input factors and sales of agriculture products.
- "Agriculture". Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress. Retrieved 2015-08-07.
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- New Community Movement
- Rice production in South Korea
- Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (South Korea)
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