Fostering Five Specialty Crops

Fostering five environmentally –friendly specialty crops

As of December 2016

Greenhouse Figs
Greenhouse Figs
  • Cultivation area: 8.3ha in 2012 → 22ha (greenhouses) in 2016
  • Number of farmhouses: 49
  • Production: 438 tons (USD 2.2 million)
  • Produced and distributed by  - Hampyeong Cheonji Fig

Sweet Pumpkins
Sweet Pumpkin
  • Cultivation area: 117.8ha in 2010 → 210ha in 2016
  • Number of farmhouses: 257
  • Production: 5,333 tons (USD 6.4 million)
  • Website: hpdanhobak.com
  • Blog: danhobak.xyz
  • Produced and distributed by - Cheonji Farming Association Corporation, Jayeon (Nature) Story, Ho’s Farm, Weolya Nonghyup (National Agricultural Cooperative Federation), Nabigol Nongsan, Hampyeong Ajaene
    ※ Sweet pumpkin noodles won the excellence award in the category of ’prosumer’ at the Korean Local Food Fair.

Mugwort
Mugwort
  • Cultivation area: 15ha in 2013 → 23ha in 2016
  • Number of farmhouses: 17
  • Production: 200 tons (USD 1.2 million)
  • Produced and distributed by - Mugwort cooperative unit

Bracken
Bracken
  • Cultivation area: 10ha in 2012 → 40ha in 2016
  • Number of farmhouses: 216
  • Production: 36 tons (USD 1.8 million)
  • Produced and distributed by - Bracken Research Society

Chives
Chives
  • Cultivation area: ‘13) 15ha → ’16) 21ha
  • Number of farmhouses: 59
  • Production: 1,455 tons (USD 2.7 million)
  • Produced and distributed by - Hampyeong Cheonji Chives Research Society