Dung collection

North Koreans are required to submit fertilizer droppings.

“Dung collection” means that each household collects several kilos of dry dung and submits it to the people’s group, or puts it in a collection vehicle that comes on a fixed day in order to support fertilizer in rural areas Had become.
At 6 am to 9 am, when the man dropping car arrives, the man drop collected up to that point is brought into a bucket and brought in red paper and blue paper depending on the quality and quantity, but this paper will later be the group leader They gathered and the goods purchase ticket allocation was attractive, and when they got the red paper of the allocation, they showed the bucket firmly in front of the eyes of the people working in the human dungry car and said, “ I have the most human dung I brought ” When collecting human droppings, you must dig a hole in the garden behind the apartment and mix it with the soil with the family stool collected in a urinal.
The worst thing is to offer a flower of loyalty in front of the statue of Kim Il Sung on January 1 and Kim Il Sung’s birthday. There is no store selling fresh flowers, and getting flowers in winter in the New Year is like catching a star in the sky.
I had no choice but to ask the greenhouse and look under the sleeves for flowers. On April 15th, I mainly offered azaleas, but since it was too early, I went to the mountains in March, piled up azaleas, put them in vases, and let the flowers bloom completely in a warm room before offering. A lot of azaleas have been dedicated, and recently instructions have been given to offer other flowers.
In the summer, “silkworms” become popular on a per-people basis. In the city, they are mainly kept on castor leaves or Kashiwa leaves. Each household is obliged to compete and be assigned to produce some castor leaves.
So plant a castor in the yard behind the apartment and even guard to prevent castor thieves. The housewives were angry, trying to get a good reputation in the competition, going to the mountains with their tents and trying to breed silkworms in Kashiwa-no-ha. (Kim hyon-hui “as a woman”)