Aim & Scope

Journal Aim & Scope

Agriculture is considered backbone of Pakistan's economy and is the biggest contributor to its economic growth of Pakistan. Graduates with degrees in agriculture are highly sought after in the country. A degree in Agriculture empowers you with the general, scientific and problem-solving capabilities necessary to cater for the demand for skilled graduates in the agriculture sector. If you want to acquire knowledge of how we can exploit natural processes to sustainably feed our increasing population, improve natural resource management and contribute to Pakistan's ever-growing agricultural industry, education in Agriculture could be a perfect choice.

Jammu Kashmir Journal of Agriculture is a scientific, scholarly and international open-access journal publishing high-quality peer-reviewed research articles, review papers and short communications reflecting the depth of interdisciplinarity of agriculture. The aim of Jammu Kashmir Journal of Agriculture is to publish recent and advanced research on the production technology of crops, rearing of dairy animals, postharvest handling and management practices of produce, conservation and restoration of natural resource base (land, soil and water), rural development and recent advancements on agricultural practices under changing climate. Accordingly, the scope of Jammu Kashmir Journal of Agriculture for the consideration of contributions is detail out below.

Crop production (cereals, legumes, fruits, vegetables and flowers)

Crop protection (diseases and insect management, weeds and invasive species management)

Crop breeding and molecular genetics

Crop nutrition management

Irrigation and efficient water utilization

Crop physiology

Sustainable agriculture

Organic agriculture

Precision agriculture

Conservation agriculture

 Animal production: livestock and poultry

Animal nutrition

Animal breeding

Natural resource base

Soil microbiology

Soil chemistry

Soil and water quality

Irrigation and water use efficiency

Land uses

Rural management and agricultural development

Trade and marketing

Rural communities development

Agricultural Engineering

Farm machinery uses and advancements

Geographical Information Systems

Remote sensing devices and protocols

Agricultural product safety

Post-harvest handling and management

Nutritional safety of produce

Novel food products developments