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Adaptation of Mechanized Harvest and Small Seed Soybean Cultivar ‘Haepum’ for Soy Sprouts
기계수확 적응 소립 나물용 콩 ‘해품’
Korean J Breed Sci 2018;50(3):249-255
Published online September 1, 2018
© 2018 Korean Society of Breeding Science.

Hyun Tae Kim1, Jong Min Ko1, Won Young Han1, In Youl Baek1, Hong Tae Yun1, Young Hoon Lee1, Byoung Won Lee1, Tae Joung Ha1, Chan Sik Jung1, Sang Ouk Shin1, Hong Sik Kim1, Jang Hwan Park1, Jeong Hyun Seo1, Beom Kyu Kang1*, Woo Sam Yang2, and Do Yeon Gwak1
김현태1, 고종민1, 한원영1, 백인열1, 윤홍태1, 이영훈1, 이병원1, 하태정1, 정찬식1, 신상욱1, 김홍식1, 박장환1, 서정현1, 강범규1*, 양우삼2, 곽도연1

1National Institute of Crop Science (NICS), RDA, Jeonju, 55365, Korea
2Jeju Agricultural Research & Extension Service, Jeju 63556, Korea
1농촌진흥청 국립식량과학원, 2제주도농업기술원
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Received March 30, 2018; Accepted July 9, 2018.
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‘Haepum’ is a soybean cultivar for soy sprouts. ‘Bosug’ and ‘Suwon 214’ were crossed in 2001, and promised lines were selected from F3 to F5 using the pedigree method (Pedigree: HS1273-2B-4-1-2-3-3). Preliminary yield (PYT) and advanced yield (AYT) trials were conducted from 2008 to 2009, and regional yield trials (RYT) in four regions (Suwon, Naju, Miryang, Jeju) were conducted from 2010 to 2012. In RYT, ‘Haepum’ had higher plant height and first pod height than other cultivars, which are desirable characteristics for mechanized harvest. Morphological characteristics of ‘Haepum’ are as follows: determinate, white flowers, grey pubescence, yellow pods, yellow spherical small seeds (10.4 g/100 seeds), and light brown hilum. The flowering and maturity dates were July 29 and October 6, respectively. Plant height was 61 cm, 6 cm longer than that of ‘Pungsannamulkong’ (standard cultivar). Moreover, the first pod height of ‘Haepum’ was 15cm, 6 cm longer than that of ‘Pungsannamulkong’. The lodging tolerance was also stronger (1) than that of ‘Pungsannamulkong’ (6). The germination rate, total length, hypocotyl length, thickness, and sprout yield of ‘Haepum’ soybean sprouts were 99%, 20.6 cm, 9.7 cm, 2.1 mm, and 453%, respectively. The yield in adaptable regions was 301 kg/10 a, which was 10% higher than that of ‘Pungsannamulkong’. ‘Haepum’ could be broadly used for soybean sprout culture and an adequate cultivar for conversion to jeju and mechanized harvesting.
Keywords : Soybean, Cultivar, Mechanized harvest, Soybean sprout

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