Experimental Agriculture & Horticulture
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Publication fee: 200 CAD (include 1 hard copy)
With a focus on all regions of the world, Experimental Agriculture & Horticulture (EAH) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal, published by Academic Research Centre of Canada (ARCC). It publishes the results of original research on field, plantation, farming, rural area and forest systems, which come from herbage crops, fruits, vegetables, flowers, and forest grown for food or feed, or for industrial and living purposes. It reports experimental work designed to explain how crops respond to the environment in biological and physical terms, and on the social and economic issues that may influence the uptake of the results of research by policy makers and farmers. The journal also publishes accounts and critical discussions of new quantitative and qualitative methods in agricultural and ecosystems research, and of contemporary issues arising in countries where agricultural production needs to develop rapidly.
Authors are encouraged to submit complete unpublished and original works, which are not under review in any other journals. The scopes of the journal include, but not limited to, the following topic areas: agriculture science; horticulture; agronomy; crop science; pomology; viticulture; vegetable science; floriculture; crop and plant physiology, pathology, virology, genetics, breeding, biology, and morphology; agricultural engineering; agricultural microbiology; ecology; environmental horticulture; ecological agriculture; soil sciences, food science, enology, forestry, agricultural resource management; agricultural meteorology and other relevant topics.
The journal is published in both printed and online versions. The online version is free access and download.
A dedicated BAP indexing team is working in reputed indexing services. As a result, within a short span of time our journals have been included in some major indexing databases and the number is increasing every month.
ISI Impact factor: No new journal, even published by the top most publishers, can have ISI impact factor in first two years of operation. As per the rules of ISI, any new journal will get its first impact factor after two years of operation (See more information in this regard at the official web page of ISI or in wikipedia). Our journals are planned to be indexed in ISI. As per the rules of Science Citation Index, our first impact factor is due on 2015-16.
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