Quantifying genotype and environment interactions to benefit selection and evaluation of cereals for competitiveness against weeds at EUCARPIA Symposium, Wageningen, 2007

    Activity: Talk, evidence or presentation typesOral presentation


    1. Crop-weed relations – current knowledge.
    2. Genotype and seasonal influences as observed in crop-weed experiments.
    3. Variation in weed suppression between and within genotypes.
    4. Working towards selection and evaluation:
    a. Identifying more robust varieties
    b. Improved stability of genotype performance
    c. Better adaptation
    Period7 Nov 20079 Nov 2007
    Event titleEUCARPIA Symposium. Plant breeding for organic and sustainable low-input agriculture: dealing with genotype-environment interactions. Wageningen, 7-9 November 2007
    Event typeConference
    LocationNetherlandsShow on map
    Degree of RecognitionInternational


    • Genotype
    • Environment
    • Wheat
    • Weeds
    • Crop-Weed Competition
    • Crop Traits
    • GxE
    • Physiology
    • Agronomy
    • Crop Improvement
    • Crop Breeding
    • Varieties
    • Variety Selection
    • Crop Stability
    • Adaptation