A Late-Maturing and Whole Crop Silage Rice Cultivar 'Mogwoo'
만생종 총체사료용 벼 신품종 '목우'

Sang-Bok Lee, Chang-Ihn Yang, Jeom-Ho Lee, Myeong-Ki Kim, Young-Seop Shin, Kyu-Seong Lee, Yong-Hwan Choi, O-Young Jeong, Yong-Hee Jeon, Ha-Cheol Hong, Yeon-Gyu Kim, Kuk Hyun Jung (+3 others)
2013 Journal of The Korean Society of Grassland and Forage Science  
Mogwoo', a new high yield and whole crop silage rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivar, was developed by the rice breeding team of the National Institute of Crop Science, RDA, Suwon, Korea, from 1999 to 2009, and was released in 2010. It was derived in 1999 from a cross between Dasanbyeo, having a high yield, and Suweon431/IR71190-45-2-1. A promising line, SR25848-C99-1-2-1, selected by the pedigree breeding method, was designated the name of 'Suweon 519' in 2007. This cultivar has about 155 days of
more » ... about 155 days of growth period from seeding to heading, and is tolerance to lodging, with erect pubescent leaves as well as a long and thick culm. This cultivar has the same number of tillers per hill and higher spikelet numbers per panicle compared to Nokyang. 'Mogwoo' has longer leaves compared with other Tongil-type varieties. This new variety is resistant to grain shattering, leaf blast, bacterial leaf blight, and small brown planthopper. The biomass yield of 'Mogwoo' was 1,956 kg/10a in a regional test over three years. The result shows that 'Mogwoo' is adaptable to central and south-east plain areas of Korea. (
doi:10.5333/kgfs.2013.33.2.81 fatcat:erw6j5qdqzd3pi3qk3ktgdadui