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Twenty four genotypes of groundnut were evaluated for stability of dry pod yield in groundnut
(Arachis hypogaea L.). All the genotypes differ significantly revealed enough genetic variability
for dry pod yield. Linear component of genotype x environment interaction was higher than that
of non-linear. All the twelve genotypes had above average mean, average responsive and genotype
No.123 was stable for dry pod yield, hence their use in future breeding programme is aimed at
stable dry pod yield in groundnut.