The study was carried out between 2011 and 2015 to determine the responses of some yield
components of dry bean to different environments. In the study, 20 dry bean genotypes
comprising 7 varieties and 13 advanced lines were used. For each year, the trials were carried out
in four repetitions in accordance with the randomized block experimental design. In the study,
plant length, the first pod height, the number of pods per plant and the number of seeds per pod
The results showed that the first, second, third and fifth environments had similar responses in
terms of plant height. The genotype no. 4 was the most stable genotype in terms of plant height.
In terms of the first pod height, the poorest results were obtained in the environment no. 5, while
environments no. 2 and 4 were the most stable environments. In terms of number of pods per
plant, the environment no. 3 had the best performance, while the genotypes no. 10 and 15 were
the most stable genotypes. In terms of number of seeds per pod, the responses of all
environments were similar to each other and the genotype no. 10 was the most stable genotype.