Aims and Scope

International Journal of Agronomy and Plant Production is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of agronomy and plant production that include:

Advances in traditional agronomy
Agricultural ecology,
Agricultural production of renewable energies
Agricultural research station management,
Agriculture and global changes
Agriculture and preservation of natural resources
Agro-climatology and agronomic modeling
Agro-ecosystems and the environment
Biofuel crops
Biogeochemistry of agrosystems
Biotechnology and breeding, plant molecular biology and genomics
Chemical Constraints, such as: salinity and acid soils and etc.
Crop and system modelling
Crop physiology
Crop production and management
Crop quality and post-harvest physiology
Cropping systems
Decision support systems and companion modelling
Drought stresses
Ecological cropping and farming systems
Ecological pest control and biopesticides
Economical and social impacts of genetic engineering applications
Environmental impact on soil, water, air and biodiversity
Environmental management in agronomy
Environmental quality
Extreme temperatures as: heat, cold and chilling stress limit the cultivation of crops
Farming and cropping systems
Field crops
Flooding and oxidative stress, mineral deficiency and toxicity stress and means of restricting them
Food quality, food safety, supply chain management, and geographical indication
General and special science of abiotic plant stress
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in cropping systems
Innovation in farming systems
Innovative crops
Integrated agricultural systems
Medicinal Plants
Military land use and management
Organic farming
Plant genetics
Plant physiology and plant-environment interactions
Plant production systems and optimization pre-harvest production practices
Plant-soil relationships
Pollutants in agrosystems
Production agriculture
Professional practitioners
Risk assessment for food, ecotoxicology
Social and economical issues of agricultural changes
Sustainable agriculture, ecological production
Sustainable land use
Vegetable crops