Forest Bioresources Department

Forest Bioresources Department aims to conduct research for conservation and sustainable use of forest genetic resources, and development of high value-added forest trees and functional microorganisms for increasing forest productivity and income improvement in rural areas and forest villages.

Special Forest Resources Division aims to explore useful forest trees, breed novel varieties, and develop standard cultivation technology to produce high-quality forest products.

Forest fruit tree & Forest products postharvest technology Lab.

The laboratory carries out research studies on breeding new cultivars of forest nuts, fruits tree and wild vegetables and developing cultivation standards technology and postharvest quality management technology.

  • Breeding new cultivars of forest fruit trees
    Breeding new cultivars of forest fruit trees

    Breeding new cultivars of forest fruit trees

  • Developing asexual propagation of seedling technology
    Developing asexual propagation of seedling technology

    Developing asexual propagation of seedling technology

  • Developing productivity improvement
    Developing productivity improvement

    Developing productivity improvement

  • Developing postharvest quality management technology
    Developing postharvest quality management technology

    Developing postharvest quality management technology

Ornamental trees & Honey plants Lab.

Conducting researches on exploring promising ornamental trees breeding new cultivars, developing standard cultivation technology and establishing an ICT-based container seedling production system.

  • Developing Ornamental trees
    Developing Ornamental trees

    Developing Ornamental trees

  • Developing container tree cultivation
    Developing container tree cultivation

    Developing container tree cultivation

  • Evaluation value of nectar source
    Evaluation value of nectar source

    Evaluation value of nectar source

  • Functional analysis of honey
    Functional analysis of honey

    Functional analysis of honey

Korean National Flower Lab.

Developing new varieties of Rose of Sharon with good environment adaptability and public popularity.

  • Developing new cultivars
    Developing new cultivars

    Developing new cultivars

  • Developing eco-friendly control method
    Developing eco-friendly control method

    Developing eco-friendly control method

  • Analyzing useful compounds
    Analyzing useful compounds

    Analyzing useful compounds

  • Evaluating of genetic diversity
    Evaluating of genetic diversity

    Evaluating of genetic diversity

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