Taylor & Francis

Communications In Soil Science And Plant Analysis

(ISSN 1532-2416)

Aims and scope

International in coverage, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis presents recent advances in plant and soil science, emphasizing on methods of analysis and interpretation of elemental content of soils and plants and plant nutrition. The Journal emphasizes agronomic and plantation crops with topics ranging from nutrition and methodology to precision agriculture, sustainable use of land and water resources, and increasing yield. Additional topics that are also covered in Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis : adverse growing conditions dealing with salinity and drought tolerance and their effects on crop yields soil chemistry; mineralogy; fertility and testing of soils; soil-crop nutrition; plant analysis; interpretation and correlation of soil tests and plant analyses; liming and fertilization of soils; and techniques for correcting deficiencies.

Scientists and crop consultants around the world benefit from the research published in Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis . The research can be utilized to further educational research programs and may also be applied to field operations, which are continuously changing and expanding based upon the peer reviewed research conducted and published in the journal.

Peer Review Policy: All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert referees. All peer review is single blind and submission is online via ScholarOne Manuscripts.

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Dyscypliny naukowe:

  • inżynieria środowiska
  • górnictwo i energetyka
  • nauki farmaceutyczne
  • nauki leśne
  • rolnictwo i ogrodnictwo
  • biotechnologia
  • nauki biologiczne
  • nauki chemiczne