International Journal of Environment & Agricultural Science

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About the Journal

The journal of International Journal of Environment & Agricultural Sciences is a refereed global journal. It publishes articles related to the development of the discipline. It is considered the most trusted and preferred source of information among scientists, researchers, and others related to the agriculture and environment sciences. The periodical publishes unique scientific work associated with applied and strategic studies, covering all facets of agricultural and environmental science.

The International Journal of Environment & Agricultural Sciences journal also publishes reviews articles on all topics of present agricultural application. A skilled editorial team will screen all these articles primarily on their linguistic quality and topic appropriateness. The journal publishes original, systematically reviewed research papers. It covers all facets of environmental studies and agricultural sciences.

The International Journal of Environment & Agricultural Sciences journal publishes research articles and the latest environment and agricultural developments continuously. It means that these articles will come into the current issue once they are ready to print. It ensures that no needless delays are involved in getting content available to readers. The goal of this open-access journal is to publish all the newest and quality research articles. The aim is to cover all aspects and areas of the field of environment and agricultural sciences. Thus, it publishes articles in different forms, including:

  • Newsletters
  • Original research
  • Reviews
  • Technical reports
  • Database articles
  • Research methodologies
  • Book reviews
  • Short communications

Readers can also get handy information about the animal, biology, food, plant sciences and facts in their related fields from the journal.

With a passion for providing readers with quick information, the journal of International Journal of Environment & Agricultural Sciences aims to provide a podium for global academicians and scientists. It makes the journal promote, distribute, and discuss different new issues and advances in diverse areas of food and nutrition. All documents, articles, and reports published by the journal are exposed to internal scrutiny before a board of national and international arbitrators reviews them.

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  • Environmental Planning
  • Environmental Technology
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental Design
  • Environmental Soil Science
  • Ecological Sanitation
  • Crop Production
  • Agriculture
  • Environmental Statistics
  • Earth Sciences
  • Air Quality Management
  • Environmental Chemistry
  • Actinides in the Environment
  • Environmental Movement
  • Crop Research
  • Ecology Portal
  • Environmental Informatics
  • Energy Conservation
  • Environmental Health Epidemiology
  • Environmental Studies
  • Environmental Economics
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Epigenetics
  • Evolution of the Earth's crust
  • Geosciences
  • Hydrology
  • Molecular Breeding
  • Molecular Genetics
  • Natural Landscape
  • Natural Resource Management
  • Oceanography
  • Photosynthesis
  • Plant Anatomy
  • Plant Biochemistry
  • Plant Cells
  • Plant Diseases
  • Plant Ecology
  • Plant Evolution
  • Plant Factory
  • Plant Genomics
  • Plant Growth
  • Plant Pathology
  • Plant Physiology
  • Plant Reproduction
  • Plant Structure
  • Plant Taxonomy
  • Plant-Microbe Interactions
  • Pollution Control Recycling
  • Renewable Energy
  • Root Functions
  • Root-Knot Nematodes
  • Sewage Treatment
  • Starch
  • Tissues
  • Traffic Emissions Management
  • Transgenic Plants
  • Transportation and Environment
  • Urban Metabolism
  • Volcanic Phenomena
  • Waste Management
  • Water Purification
  • Weed Science

Latest Articles

Impact of Synthetic Based Fluids and Base oil on Earthworm Toxicity

Recently Synthetic Based Fluids (SBFs) have replaced traditional Oil Based Fluids (OBFs) which have similar characteristics to those of OBFs and are environmental friendly. During drilling activities, they could be spilled into the soil, affecting its quality. Earthworms are bio-indicators that also influence the quality of the soil. Thus any adverse effect on earthworms indirectly ...

Lantana Camara Leaf Litter Mulching Improves Availability of Soil Nutrients And Yield of Rainfed Rice in Himalayan Mountains

In the Central Himalayan mountains in India, rainfed agriculture is the mainstay of local people. The rainfed crop fields are poor in soil fertility and crop yield, and require sustainable soil fertility management practices. Conventionally, huge amount of farm yard manure (FYM; consisting of nutrient poor leaf litter of the surrounding Oak and Pine forests) is applied in these crop fields to restore soil fertility. An experiment ...

Polyphenols, Tannins and Phytate Contents in Some Egyptian Legumes as Affected by Soaking and Germination Processes

Nutritional value of pulses is a widely accepted but the presence of anti nutritional factors in its composition imposes a restriction in its consumption. Soaking and germination process on the removal or reducing of (total phenolic, tannins and phytic acid) of commonly consumed legumes in Egypt were studied. ...

Modification of Polystyrene Via Pectin Graft-Copolymerization to Induce Biodegradability in Polymer Composites : Biodegradation and Metal Ion Sorption Studies

Modification of waste plastics with natural polymers offers an attractive route to induce biodegradability therein. The present paper discusses the optimum conditions for the grafting of pectin onto polystyrene. These graft copolymers were characterized with microscopic photographs, FTIR and biodegradability test carried out through soil burial and pure culture ...