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A high grain quality rice variety with disease resistance Hwayeongbyeo derived by anther culture



A high grain quality rice variety with disease resistance Hwayeongbyeo derived by anther culture



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration 34(1 RICE): 1-8



Hwayeongbyeo is a Japonica rice variety derived from anther culture of F1 plant of cross between Chukei 830 and YR4811 Acp 8 at Yeongnam Crop Experiment Station during 1986-1991. Hwayeongbyeo is a medium maturing variety and resistant to lodging with 77 cm tall in culm length. Milled rice kernels of Hwayeongbyeo is translucent and clear in chalkiness, lower amylose and good eating quality. Hwayeongbyeo is the first Japonica rice variety with the multi-resistance to pathotype K1, K2, and K3 of bacterial leaf blight, and also resistant to stripe virus, moderate resistant to blast, but susceptible to major insect pests. It has tolerance to low temperature both seedling stage and adult stage. The yield potential of Hwayeongbyeo is about 5.05 MT/ha in milled rice at ordinary planting condition. It is adaptable to the south-western coast and southern plains in the southern part of Korea.

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