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A High-Yielding and Medium Maturing Proso Millet (Panicum miliaceum L.) Variety ‘Cheongpungchal’

윤건식(Yun, Geon-Sig) , 이재웅(Lee, Jae-Wung) , 황세구(Hwang, Se-Gu) , 김익제(Kim, Ik-Jei) , 홍성택(Hong, Seong-Taeg) , 고지연(Ko, Jee-Yeon) , 최규환(Choi, Gyu-Hwan) , 김용순(Kim, Yong-Soon) , 김홍식(Kim Hong-Sig) 저

pp.55~60 (6pages)

Publisher : KOREAN JOURNAL OF BREEDING SCIENCE
Volume/Number : KOREAN JOURNAL OF BREEDING SCIENCE Vol.51 NO.1 / 2019
Publisher : The Korean Breeding Society
Publication : Journal
Format : PDF

Abstract

English
To satisfy the health needs of consumers and enhance the yields of producers, a grain crop ‘Cheongpungchal’ (Panicum miliaceum L.) with many common names, including proso millet, was collected from a landrace in Danyang, Chungbuk province and developed using a pure-line selection method. ‘Cheongpungchal’, which has a brown seed coat, has characteristics of a medium-maturing variety, requiring 102 days from sowing to harvesting. The variable growth characteristics included a stem length of 155 cm on average and length of ears
38.4 cm on average. As for the yield-related characteristics, the average number of spikes per plant was 3.8, the ear weight per plant was 11.8 g, and the rough millet thousand-grain weight averaged 5.17 g. The results of a regional adaptation test in 5 regions of Korea for three years revealed the yield of ‘Cheongpungcha’l to be 38% higher than that of the ‘Hwanggeumgijang’ variety, representing the best yield from among existing varieties. The total polyphenolic content of ‘Cheongpungchal’ was 32% higher than that of the ‘Hwanggeumgijang’ variety, and the antioxidant activity was 63% greater than that of ‘Hwanggeumgijang’. As a result of this research, ‘Cheongpungchal’ has been registered
as a variety (grant number No. 6964) with the Korea Seed and Varieties Service in 2018 following filing for breed protection in 2016.

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