Plant Production Magazines & Journals

  • Tropical Agricultural Science Journal (JTAS)

    Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science (JTAS) is the official journal of Universiti Putra Malaysia published by UPM Press. It is an open-access online scientific journal which is free of charge. It publishes the scientific outputs. It neither accepts nor commissions third party content.Recognized internationally as the leading ...

  • Realtimes 09/15

    Whilst the requirements placed on the automation of production plants are increasing, development and commissioning processes have to become more efficient, and solutions more sustainable and economical.'Industry 4.0' is meant to be the answer to all the issues involved here.This term has triggered a real 'interpretation hype' with more or less ...

  • International Journal of Postharvest Technology and Innovation (IJPTI)

    Investments in postharvest research/infrastructure can yield high rates of return comparable to - and often higher than - investments in on-farm production. IJPTI offers innovative research findings and industry best practices on postharvest handling techniques, agro-processing and marketing of food and biological products of plant and animal ...

  • Tropical Plant Biology

    Tropical plants are not only those widely recognized crops that are limited to production in the tropics, such as bananas, coffee, oil palm, rubber, and sugarcane, but also those that originated in and continue to be widely grown in the tropics, but have also been adapted for production in subtropical and temperate zones, such as beans, citrus, ...

  • Biology and Fertility of Soils

    This journal will publish original papers, reviews and short communications (in English) on all fundamental and applied aspects of biology (microflora and microfauna) and fertility (productivity) of soils. The intent is to provide a forum for research aimed at broadening the understanding of biological functions, processes and interactions in ...

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