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A new commercial rice variety “Chilbo” is a japonica rice (Oryza sativa L.) with resistance to rice stripe virus and high grain quality. It was developed by the rice breeding team of Yeongdeog Substation, NICS, RDA in 2007. This variety was derived from a cross between “Yeongdeog 26” with wind tolerance and lodging resistance and “Koshihikari” with good grain quality. A promising line, YR21324-119-3-2 was selected by a pedigree breeding method and designated as “Yeongdeog 44” in 2004. Regional adaptation yield trials were carried out at eleven locations from 2005 to 2007. As a result, “Yeongdeog 44” was released as a high yielding rice variety with high grain qualilty and virus resistance with the name of “Chilbo”. It is short 76cm in culm length and has medium-late growth duration. This variety is resistant to stripe virus and middle resistant to leaf blast disease. It is also tolerant to cold, dried wind. Milled rice kernel of “Chilbo” is translucent, clear in chalkiness. Panel test proved that and it has good eating quality. Head rice ratio of Chilbo is high compared to the check variety, Hwaseongbyeo. Yield potential of “Chilbo” in milled rice is about 5.57MT/ha at ordinary fertilizer level of local adaptability test. This variety would be adaptable to Yeongnam plain, south & east-south coastal, south mid-mountainous, middle plain area of Korean peninsula.