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Mungbean Cultivar, ‘Munpyeong’, with a Short Stem and High Yield

김동관(Dong-Kwan Kim) , 최진경(Jin-Gyung Choi) , 권오도(Oh-Do Kwon) , 이경동(Kyung-Dong Lee) , 서민정(Min-Jung Seo) , 김현태Hyun-Tae Kim) 저

pp.485~489 (5pages)

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

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A mungbean cultivar “Munpyeong” (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek) was derived as a cross between “Keumseong” and “IT163157” at the Jeollanamdo Agricultural Research and Extension Services (JARES) in 2013. “Munpyeong” has an erect growth habit, heart leaflet, green hypocotyls, black and straight pods when matured, and a dull green seed surface. The stem length of “Munpyeong” was 60 cm, which was 6 cm shorter than that of the control cultivar “Owool.” The pod number per plant was 25, which was 3 more than that of the control cultivar. The 1000 seed weight of “Munpyeong” was 45 g, which was 4 g lighter than that of the control cultivar “Owool.” Its field resistance
to mungbean mottle virus, cercospora leaf spot, and powdery mildew are similar to the control cultivar, whereas its field resistance to lodging was slightly stronger. The hard seed rate of “Munpyeong” was 3.2%, which was similar to that of the control cultivar. The sprout yield ratio was 7.54 times, which was 9% more than that of the control cultivar. The average yield of “Munpyeong” was 1.93 ton/㏊, which was 21% more than that of the control cultivar “Owool” (Cultivar registration number: 5878).

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