T. O. Mendes de Paula, Marinho, C. D., Souza, V., Barbosa, M. H. P., Peternelli, L. A., Kimbeng, C. A., and Zhou, M. M.
, “Relationships between methods of variety adaptability and stability in sugarcane”
, vol. 13, pp. 4216-4225, 2014.
The identification and recommendation of superior genotypes is crucial for the growth of industrial crops, and sugarcane breeding performs a vital role by developing more productive cultivars. The study of genotype x environment interaction has been an essential tool in this process. Thereby, the purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between methods of adaptability and stability in sugarcane. Data were collected from trials using a randomized block design with three repetitions and 15 clones of sugarcane in nine environments in the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil.