Abstract

Finley-Wilson (FW) regression based stability analysis is highly dependent on the testing varieties and environments being used. In this study, we proposed a check based regression method to determine yield stability. One advantage of this method is its capability to determine yield stability through widely acceptable varieties and thus to provide more meaningful information to evaluate the potential use of new varieties. In addition, with integration a resampling technique, bootstrapping method, yield stability can be compared among different varieties/genotypes from either the same or different testing environments. As a demonstration, we applied this method to analyze the 2009- 2011 winter wheat CPT (crop performance test) data collected by South Dakota State University.

Keywords

Finley-Wilson, crop performance test

Creative Commons License


This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 License.

Share

COinS
 
Apr 27th, 11:00 AM

CHECK BASED STABILITY ANALYSIS METHOD AND ITS APPLICATION TO WINTER WHEAT VARIETY TRIALS

Finley-Wilson (FW) regression based stability analysis is highly dependent on the testing varieties and environments being used. In this study, we proposed a check based regression method to determine yield stability. One advantage of this method is its capability to determine yield stability through widely acceptable varieties and thus to provide more meaningful information to evaluate the potential use of new varieties. In addition, with integration a resampling technique, bootstrapping method, yield stability can be compared among different varieties/genotypes from either the same or different testing environments. As a demonstration, we applied this method to analyze the 2009- 2011 winter wheat CPT (crop performance test) data collected by South Dakota State University.