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‘Sinbo’ - A High-Quality Rice Cultivar with Dwarf Virus Resistance
중만생 고품질 오갈병 저항성 벼 ‘신보(新寶)’
Korean J Breed Sci 2019;51(3):244-250
Published online September 1, 2019
© 2019 Korean Society of Breeding Science.

No-Bong Park1*, Jeong-Il Kim2, Un-Sang Yeo2, Ji-Yoon Lee2, Oh-Deog Kwon1, Dong-Soo Park2, Jong-Hee Lee2, Jun-Hyun Cho2, You-Cheon Song2, Sang-Yeol Kim2, Seong-Hwan Oh2, Young-Bo Son2, Jae-Ki Chang1, Mun-Sik Shin1, and Min-Hee Nam2
박노봉1* · 김정일2 · 여운상2 · 이지윤2 · 권오덕1 · 박동수2 · 이종희2 · 조준현2 · 송유천2 · 김상열2 · 오성환2 · 손영보2 · 장재기1 · 신문식1 · 남민희2

1National Institute of Crop Science, RDA, Wanju, 55365, Republic of Korea
2Deapartment of Southern Crop Science, NICS, RDA, Miryang, 50424, Republic of Korea
1국립식량과학원, 2국립식량과학원 남부작물부
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Received July 16, 2019; Revised August 6, 2019; Accepted August 9, 2019.
This is an Open-Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License ( which permits unrestricted non-commercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.
Oryza sativa ‘Sinbo’ is a cultivar of japonica rice with good eating quality as well as resistance to rice dwarf virus (RDV) and bacterial blight disease (BB). It was developed in 2013 by the rice breeding team of Yeongdeok Branch, National Institute of Crop Science, RDA, Korea. This cultivar was derived from a cross between ‘Yeongdeog34‘, a cultivar with good eating quality, and ‘Saekyehwa’, a cultivar of a good plant type, in summer of 2002. A promising line (YR24264-25-3-2) selected using the pedigree breeding method was designated as ‘Yeongdeog55’ in 2010. After carrying out the local adaptability test at nine locations from 2011 to 2013, ‘Yeongdeog55’ was published under the name of ‘Sinbo’ in 2013. ‘Sinbo’ is a medium-late maturing cultivar with a short culm length of 70 cm. This cultivar is resistant to K1, K2, and K3 races of bacterial blight as well as to dwarf virus, and it is moderately resistant to leaf blast disease. The results of the panel test indicated that ‘Sinbo’ has translucent and clear milled rice kernel without white core and belly rice as well as good eating quality. The yield potential of ‘Sinbo’ was approximately 5.67 MT/ha at the ordinary fertilizer level in the local adaptability test (LAT). This cultivar could be adaptable to the middle plain, south plain, Yeongnam plain, east costal area, and south mid-mountainous area of South Korea. (Registration No. 5643)
Keywords : rice, Sinbo, Yeongdeog55, medium-late maturing, eating quality

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