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Large seed, Lodging resistant and High yield Soybean Cultivar ‘Seonpung’ for Soy-paste and Tofu
대립 내도복 다수성 된장·두부용 콩 품종 ‘선풍’
Korean J. Breed. Sci. 2017;49(2):096-102
Published online June 1, 2017
© 2017 Korean Society of Breeding Science.

Hyun Tae Kim1, Jong Min Ko1, Byoung Won Lee1, Hong Tae Yun1, Yeong Hoon Lee1, Sang Ouk Shin1, Min Jung Seo1, Man Soo Choi1, Myeong gi Jeon1, Beom Kyu Kang1*, Hyun Young Kim1, Jeong Hyun Seo1, Hong Sik Kim1, Woo Sam Yang2, Jung Ho Shin3, and In Seok Oh1
김현태1, 고종민1, 이병원1, 윤홍태1, 이영훈1, 신상욱1, 서민정1, 최만수1, 전명기1, 강범규1*, 김현영1, 서정현1, 김홍식1, 양우삼2, 신정호3, 오인석1

1National Institute of Crop Science (NICS), RDA, Jeonju, 55365 Korea2Jeju Agricultural Research & Extension Service, Jeju 63556, Korea3Gyeongsangnam-do Agricultural Research & Extension Service, Jinju 52733, Korea
1농촌진흥청 국립식량과학원, 2제주도농업기술원, 3경상남도농업기술원
Abstract
Soybean cultivar ‘Seonpung’ was developed for soy-paste and tofu. Suwon 224 and YS1325-3S-2 were crossed in 2003 and selected from F3 to F5 by pedigree method. The preliminary yield trial (PYT) and advanced yield trial (AYT) were conducted from 2009 to 2010, and regional yield trial (RYT) in twelve regions was conducted from 2011 to 2013. In RYT, ‘Seonpung’ was stable in variable environments and a high yield cultivar. ‘Seonpung’ is determinate, white flower, yellow spherical seed and yellow hilum. Flowering date and maturity date were Aug. 5 and Oct. 19, respectively. Plant height was similar to ‘Daewonkong (standard cultivar)’. However ‘Seonpung’ has higher node number (16) and seed weight (25.9g/100-seed weight) than ‘Daewonkong’ (14 and 24.2g/100-seed weight). ‘Seonpung’ is resistant to root rot, and it also has high level of resistance to bacterial pustule and soybean mosaic virus. The yield of tofu of ‘Seonpung’ was 241%, and noticeably lighter, and solidity was higher than ‘Daewonkong’. Soybean malt scent, fermented soybean yield and γ-polyglutamic acid (γ-PGA) of ‘Seonpung’ were 4, 181% and 31.7㎎/g. The yield in adaptable regions was 340kg/10a (21% increase compared to ‘Daewonkong’). ‘Seonpung’ is expected to be cultivated and used widely for soy-paste and tofu. (Registration number: 5931)


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