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In South Asia, wheat is typically grown in favorable environments, although policies promoting intensification in Bangladesh's stress-prone coastal zone have resulted in expanded cultivation in this non-traditional area. Relatively little is known about how to best manage wheat in these unique environments. Research is thus needed to identify ‘best-bet’ entry points to optimize productivity, but classical parametric analyses offer limited applicability to elucidate the relative importance of the multiple factors and interactions that influence yield under such conditions.

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