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‘Chamol’, an Early Maturing, High Yield, and Large-seed Soybean Cultivar for Double Cropping

고종민(Jong Min Ko) , 김현태(Hyun Tae Kim) , 한원영(Won Young Han) , 백인열(In Youl Baek) , 윤홍태(Hong Tae Yun) , 이영훈(Young Hoon Lee) , 이병원(Byong Won Lee) , 정찬식(Chan Sik Jeong) , 하태정(Tae Joung Ha) , 신상욱(Sang Ouk Shin) , 박장환(Chang Hwan Park) , 김홍식(Hong Sik Kim) , 서정현(Hong Sik Kim) , 강범규(Beom Kyu Kang) , 서민정(Min Jeong Seo) , 최규환(Kyu Hwan Choi) , 신정호(Jeong Ho Shin) , 곽도연(Do Yeon Kwak) 저

pp.478~484 (7pages)

Publisher : KOREAN JOURNAL OF BREEDING SCIENCE
Volume/Number : KOREAN JOURNAL OF BREEDING SCIENCE Vol.50 NO.4 / 2018
Publisher : The Korean Breeding Society
Publication : Journal
Format : PDF

Abstract

English
A soybean cultivar “Chamol” for double cropping for use as soy-paste and tofu was developed using a pedigree method in 2011 as a cross between “Shinpaldal2” and “Keunol.” A promising line, SS99502-2B-89-1-3-4-1-1, was selected and designated as “Milyang210”.
It was promising and showed good results from regional yield trials (RYTs) for 3 years from 2009 to 2011 and released with the name “Chamol.” It has a determinate growth habit, white flowers, gray pubescence, yellow seed coat, yellow hilum, spherical seed shape, and large seeds (27.7 g per 100 seeds). The maturity date of “Chamol” was September 18 (100 day growing period) in RYT and it is suitable for double cropping with winter crops such as onion. “Chamol” was resistant to bacterial pustule and soybean mosaic virus and tolerant to lodging in fields. Furthermore, the average yield of “Chamol” was 2.51 ton/ha in the regional yield trials conducted for 3 years from 2009 to 2011.

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