The vein-necrosis strain or potato virus Y (PVY-Vff) and black shank (Phytophlhora parasitica roar. nicotianae) causes severe damage on burley tobacco(Wicotiana tabacum L.) in Korea, A new burley tobacco resistance to PVY and black shank, KB 110, was developed by Korea Ginseng and Tobacco Research Institute. It was developed from the cross of Burley 21 with TC 591 in 1990, and was backrossed to Burley 21 in the following season. TC 591 has resistance to PVY and moderate resistance to race 0 of black shank, but it is susceptible to tobacco mosaic vim (TMV). KB 110 was evaluated for its resistance to PVY, TMV and black shank in the greenhouse and at fields for preliminary and performance trials. KB 110 which has secreting glandular trichomes was resistant to PVY-VN, TW and black shank. It had an erect growth habit and two more leaves per plant than that of Burley 21, and matures two to three days later. It yielded approximately 3 percent more cured leaf than the standard cultivar Burley 21, but other plant characteristics were very similar to those of Burley 21. It had acceptable standards for chemical and physical characteristics of lured leaf on regional farm test in 1995-1997. KB 110 produced average yields of good quality tobaccos and was appeared to be resistant to PVY inwhere occurrence of the virus are severe chronic at burley growing area.