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Indian Journal of Agronomy

Publisher: The Indian Society Of Agronomy
Print ISSN: 0537-197X
Online ISSN: 0974-4460
Number of issues per year: 4
Print frequency: Quarterly
Month(s) of publication: March, June, September and December

• Indian Journal of Agronomy welcomes concise articles presenting original research data based on field experiments on all aspects of agronomy in different crops and related cropping systems. • The journal publishes only full length comprehensive articles based on new approaches/findings in English only. • Review articles are also considered but these are normally solicited by Editorial Board. However, the authors who wish to contribute a review on their own based on their standing in the relevant field may contact the Secretary or Chief Editor with a broad outline before submitting the manuscript. • The articles submitted for publication in the journal should contain data not older than 5 years on the date of receipt of article in the Society office. The period shall be reckoned from the following January or July after the completion of the field experimentation in rainy (Kharif) and winter (Rabi) seasons, respectively. • The articles submitted for publication should be exclusive for this journal and must not be submitted elsewhere during their consideration by the journal. These must not carry any material already published in the same or different forms. • The article should present a complete picture of the investigation made and should not be split into parts. However, in exceptional cases where a large volume of in-depth data are collected based on multi-season experimentation, the article can be split into two or three parts, with the same main title and a different subtitle in short. In such articles, proper continuity should be maintained in presentation of information, and all these articles should be submitted together at the same time. • Each article should be written in English correctly, clearly, objectively and concisely. All the statements made in the manuscript should be clear, unambiguous, and to the point. • There is no prescribed limit regarding the number of pages in case of full-length article, the completeness of the information is more important. • Articles should be suitably divided into the following sub-sections: ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, MATERIALS AND METHODS, RESULTS AND DISCUSSION, CONCLUSION, and REFERENCES.

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