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‘Jungmo1033’, a Derivative of High-quality Native Rice Variety ‘Jagwangdo’
재래벼 ‘자광도’ 유래 고품질 벼 ‘중모1033’
Korean J Breed Sci 2019;51(1):34-40
Published online March 1, 2019
© 2019 Korean Society of Breeding Science.

Eung-Gi Jeong*, Yong-Jae Won, Eok-Keun Ahn, Ung-Jo Hyun, Young-Chan Cho, Jung-Pil Suh, Myoung-Kyu Oh, Jeom-Ho Lee, Ha-Cheol Hong, Chung-Kuen Lee, Yong-Hee Jeon, Ji-Ung Jeung, Hi-Che Chung, and Bo-Kyeong Kim
정응기*, 원용재, 안억근, 현웅조, 조영찬, 서정필, 오명규, 이점호, 홍하철, 이충근, 전용희, 정지웅, 정희채, 김보경

National Institute of Crop Science, RDA, Wanju 565-851, Republic of Korea
농촌진흥청 국립식량과학원
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Received December 18, 2018; Revised December 21, 2018; Accepted December 24, 2018.
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‘Jungmo1033’, a japonica rice variety, was developed by the rice breeding team at the National Institute of Crop Science (NICS) in 1992. It is derived from a cross between a native variety ‘Jagwangdo’, which has translucent milled rice and medium maturity; and ‘Hwayeong’, which is an elite line with bacterial blight resistance and mid-late maturity. The heading date of ‘Jungmo1033’ was August 10 in the middle plain area of Korea, which was two days later than that of ‘Hwaseong’. ‘Jungmo1033’ has a culm length of 79 cm, which was 5 cm shorter than that of ‘Hwaseong’, and 105 spikelets per panicle. ‘Jungmo1033’ showed resistance to bacterial blight (K1, K2, and K3 races) and stripe virus, but susceptibility to the K3a race of bacterial blight, dwarf and black-streaked dwarf viruses, and planthoppers. The milled rice of this variety exhibited translucency and a medium short grain shape. It had an excellent appearance and lower amylose content (19.1%) than that of ‘Hwaseong’. The characteristics related to grain milling were better than those of ‘Hwaseong’, especially head rice milling recovery ratio and head rice ratio (94.8%). ‘Jungmo1033’ showed a milled rice productivity of 5.38 MT/ha at 11 sites under ordinary cultivation conditions. (Registration No. 5723)
Keywords : Rice, native variety, Medium maturing, Excellent appearance, Jungmo1033

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