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Aim and Scope

ISSN 2709-3662 (Print)
ISSN 2709-3670 (Online)
Journal of Agriculture and Food is abbreviated as J. Agric. Food. Journal is published by the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sargodha. The aim of journal is to publish high quality article on all aspects of agriculture and its allied sciences. Journal provides a rapid forum to publish article which emphasis on innovative methods, techniques and technologies to improve crop yield through genetic modifications, better crop husbandry, precision agriculture, crop protection, animal health & production, food processing, forestry, social and economic aspects of agriculture.
The Journal is biannual with two issues being published in June and December by Faculty of Agriculture, University of Sargodha. The journal publishes solicited and unsolicited research articles, short communications, reviews that advance our knowledge on all aspects of agriculture and food sciences with well defined research hypothesis, experimental designs and innovative outcomes. Articles are published with the assumption that they have not been published and neither under consideration in any journal. The journal is the part of the research publications of University of Sargodha which publishes articles regarding plant genetic resources, improve crop yield through genetic modifications, better crop husbandry, precision agriculture, crop protection, animal health & production, food processing, forestry, social and economical aspects of agriculture,. The journal is also key forum to disseminate information to the scientific communities regarding crop production techniques and technologies, threats of land and environment degradation, future challenges of the agriculture such as drought, salinity, crop pest & diseases, and low soil fertility. Improvement of potentially new crops that could diversify human consumption produces diversified product for industrial uses. Journal gives special emphasis on the publication of articles regarding the use of indigenous plant genetic resources, industrial food chain, and reduction of post harvest losses and innovative methods of food preservation and processing. In addition, research involving both farmers and agriculture scientists will be prioritized for publication.