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One challenge in plant breeding is to ensure optimized production under fluctuating environments while reducing the environmental impacts of agriculture. Thus, new rapeseed varieties should be adapted to a wide range of pedoclimatic conditions and constraints. Addressing this issue requires identifying the critical factors limiting production and the genotype by environment (G × E) interaction. Our goal was to characterize the effects of environment and G × E interaction on the seed yield ofdoi:10.3390/agronomy9120798 fatcat:hgr5yofyfnfmldnoq6xiuwhlde