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To avoid the injury of red pepper plants caused by unfavorable climatic conditions under structure different levels of pruning were made and its growth responses were examined. Benzyladenine(BA) and Ethrel were sprayed to determine the appropriate growth regulators and optimum concentration for recovery from the different levels of pruning. The results obtained were as follows: 1. Plant height. number of leaves and branch were high with weak levels of pruning of red pepper transplanted. 2. Flowering responses as affected by the different levels of pruning were coupled with higher juvenility with farther distance from apex. 3. Number of fruits and fruit weight increased with weak levels of pruning. 4. In the plots of BA and Ethrel treatment plant height showed the highest in 100ppm at the two nodes of pruning. However. number of leaves and branch were high in 6 to 8 nodes pruning with 100ppm in BA and 200ppm in Ethrel. 5. Flowering responses as affected by different levels of pruning with growth regulators were best in the 8 nodes pruning with 100ppm in BA and 6 nodes pruning with 400ppm in Ethrel. 6. Yield respenses as affected by different levels of pruning with BA and Ethrel treatment showed the highest in 8 node pruning with 100 to 300ppm in BA and 400ppm in Ethrel treatment.
Korea is the closest nation to Japan and, among other things, Korean production costs and prices of the fruit-vegetables are much lower than those in Japan. Yet, as of 1994, the total export amount of fresh vegetables of Korea to Japan was only about $ 8.7million, which accounted for 1.0% of Japanese total import of fresh vegetables. In this study, an analytical study on quality, production costs and market prices of greenhouse fruit-vegetables such as cucumber, melon, and mini-tomatoes between two countries were made in an effort to identify the difficulties in exporting greenhouse fruit-vegetables to Japan and to derive ways to expand export in the future. In order to achieve the goal, the secondary time-series data were analyzed and both the producers in Chonnam Province and consumers in Japan were interviewed. The research results show that Korean production costs per 10 are has increased annually as fast as 28.6% in recent years whereas it has increased by 9.6% in Japan during the same period. It makes the producers more difficult to expand their exports abroad. Even though Korean products have competitive edge over the Japanese products in terms of cost and price, Korean producers have difficulties in exporting to Japanese markets because of non-price conditions such as quality, faithful human relationships, publicizing activities, etc. Besides the efforts to improve the quality, it was turned out in this study that expansion of agricultural export to Japan needs to go through renovations of productive infrastructure, price stabilization, improvement in faithfulness among the people involved, strengthening producers organizations, centralization of production, intensification of information collection and dissemination, and activation of governmental supports.