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‘Jeogjinjuchal’, a new reddish brown colored glutinous rice cultivar, was developed by rice breeding team of National Institute of Crop Science (NICS), RDA in 2010. This cultivar was derived froma a cross between ‘Jeogjinjubyeo’ and ‘SR27753’(Sangnambatbyeo/Jeogjinjubyeo) in 2002 summer season, and selected as a promising line, SR27753-10-3-1-1, which subsequently selected and designated as the name of ‘Suweon524’ in 2008. The local adaptability test of ‘Suweon524’ was carried out at four locations from 2008 to 2010 and it was named as ‘Jeogjinjuchal’. ‘Jeogjinjuchal’ is an early maturity glutinous rice cultivar with 85 cm in culm length. It has higher antioxidants content compared to ‘Jeogjinjubyeo’. ‘Jeogjinjuchal’ is susceptible to leaf blast,bacterial blight, virus and insect. The yield potential of brown rice of ‘Jeogjinjuchal’ was about 4.68 MT/ha at ordinary fertilizer level in local adaptability test for three years (2008~2010). This cultivar would be adaptable to the plain paddy field in middle Korea under ordinary.