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Characteristics of mulberry cultivar `Sangmaru` (Morus alba L.) for mulberry fruit production
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Characteristics of mulberry cultivar `Sangmaru` (Morus alba L.) for mulberry fruit production
Sung, Gyoo Byung; Kim, Yong Soon; Kim, Kee Young; Ji, Sang Duk; Kim, Hyun-bok;
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 Abstract
We bred a mulberry cultivar named Sangmaru, through local adaptability test, which is under registration as a new cultivar for fruit production. Local adaptability test had been carried out at three places (Suwon, Cheongju, and Jangseong) for seven years from 2008. This is tetraploidy variety belonging to Morus alba L. made by colchicine treatment on growing point of `Chungil (Morus alba L.)` winter buds. Sangmaru was high yielding cultivar in fruit productivity by 6% compared to control cultivar `Chungil (Morus alba L.)` for five years. Although Sangmaru was similar in sugar content of mulberry fruits, it was bigger than that of `Chungil`. It is adaptable to every where except the places where cold damage and sclerotic disease happen frequently.
 Keywords
Mulberry;Mulberry fruit;Cultivar;
 Language
Korean
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