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A High-Yield Wheat Cultivar ‘Cheongwoo’ for Whole Crop Forage
조사료용 다수성 총체밀 품종 ‘청우’
Korean J. Breed. Sci. 2015;47(3):339-344
Published online September 30, 2015
© 2015 Korean Society of Breeding Science.

Kyeong-Hoon Kim1*, Jae-Hwan Seo5, Tae-Il Park2, Ouk-Kyu Han3, Ki-Hun Park3, Tae-Hwa Song2, Jong-Chul Park2, Chul-Soo Park9, Chon-Sik Kang2, Hyoung-Ho Park1, Nam-Gun Park4, Jae-Hyun Jeung6,Jung-Il Ju7, Sung-Ju Kang8, Jong-Nae Hyun1, and Kee-Jong Kim1
김경훈1* ・서재환5・박태일2・한옥규3・박기훈3・송태화2・박종철2・박철수9・강천식2・박형호1・박남건4・정재현6・주정일7・강성주8・현종내1・김기종1

1Coarse Cereal Crop Research Division, NICS, RDA, Miryang 627-803, Korea2National Institute of Crop Science, RDA, Jeonju, 560-500, Korea3Central Area Crop Breeding Division, NICS, RDA, Suwon, 441-707, Korea4Subtropical Animal Experiment Station, NIAS, RDA, Jeju 690-159, Korea5Foundation of Agri. Tech. Commercialization & Transfer, Suwon 441-857, Korea6Chungcheongbuk-do, Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Cheongwon 363-883, Korea7Chungcheongnam-do, Agricultural Research and Extension Services, Yesan 340-861, Korea8Jeollanam-do Agricultural Research & Extension Services, Naju, 520-715, Korea9Department of Crop Science and Biotechnology, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju 561-756, Korea
1국립식량과학원 남부작물부,2국립식량과학원,3국립식량과학원 중부작물부,4국립축산과학원 난지축산연구소,5농업기술실용화재단,6충북농업기술원,7충남농업기술원,8전남농업기술원,9전북대학교
“Cheongwoo”, a white winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivar was developed by the National Institute of Crop Science, RDA. It was derived from the cross “Kanto75/8/Tapdong/4/Bb#1/Jangkwang// STRAMCHO/3/Suwon220/5/Suwon185/ CI12703//Kanto75///Suwon219/7/F1277” and “Keumkang” in 1998 at RDA. “Keumkang” is a semi-hard white winter wheat with high yield. And mother plant is a winter wheat with long culm length, high yield. “Cheongwoo” was evaluated as “Iksan326” in Advanced Yield Trial Test in 2007. It was tested in the regional yield trial test between 2008 and 2009. “Cheongwoo” is first whole crop wheat with long culm length, high-yield. The Heading date of “Cheongwoo” was similar to “Keumkang”. The average forage yield of “Cheongwoo” was about 14.8 ton ha-1 in dry matter in paddy field. This dry matter was higher than dry matter of “Keumkang” (13.2 ton ha-1). The cultivar had 97 cm of culm length, 1,070 spikes per m2 and it showed better rate of culm. Culm length of “Cheongwoo” were longer than “Keumkang”. This cultivar would be suitable for the area above the daily minimum temperature of -10°C in January in Korean peninsula. Our research will improve good-quality of silage by using winter cereal crops.
Keywords : Cheongwoo, Wheat, Forage, High-yield

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