Data for grain yield of 10 durum wheat genotypes grown in 3 environments in 2 years were used to assess the effectiveness of different stability parameters and stability levels of genotypes. Although Sham I gave the highest yield over all environments, Gediz 75 was found to be the most stable genotype in this research. None of the parameters was significantly correlated with mean yield. The Sd 2, Di and ä i 2 parameters were highly correlated with Wi 2, and the CVi and Si 2 parameters with bi. The parameters evaluated in this study were separated into two groups. The orders of adaptation performances of genotypes did not vary much, and there were no significant differences within the two groups
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