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Ko Kwan-dal, general director of the National Institute of Horticultural and the Herbal Science at the Rural Development Administration, compares apples of different sizes at the government complex in Sejong City on Wednesday. Ko explained that the state-run institute invented a new breeding system to harvest high-quality fruit to meet increasing demand. [NEWSIS]

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