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Aims : New Zealand is well respected for its agricultural research and development. The New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research plays an important role in disseminating topical information to researchers in universities, research institutes, and other centres concerned with animal or pastoral science.
Scope of submissions : The New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research publishes original research papers, review papers, short communications, book reviews, letters, and forum articles. We welcome submissions on all aspects of animal and pastoral science relevant to temperate and subtropical regions. The journal's subject matter includes soil science, fertilisers, insect pests, plant pathology, weeds, forage crops, management systems, agricultural economics, agronomy, and animal science.The journal also accepts crossover papers on subjects such as land –water interactions.
Prospective contributors should consult recent issues of the journal and contact the publishing teamto discuss whether a planned submission is appropriate.
No page charges for publication. Articles published online before quarterly print publication. Open Selectoptions available for open access publication (e.g., Gold OA). Electronic and printed issues are published quarterly (B5 format). Authors requiring colour illustrations to be reproduced in the print edition should consult the Editor regarding cost before submission. The online edition is produced in full colour at no cost to the author(s). Peer review policy All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and single-blind refereeing.
Professor Tim Clough - Lincoln University, New Zealand
Dr Barbara Barratt - AgResearch, New Zealand
Dr Racheal Bryant - Lincoln University, New Zealand
Dr Sara Edwards - AgResearch, New Zealand
Dr Rainer Hofmann - Lincoln University, New Zealand
Dr Zulfi Jahufer - AgResearch, New Zealand
Professor Paul Kenyon - Massey University, New Zealand
Dr Richard McDowell - AgResearch, New Zealand
Dr Jim Moir - Lincoln University, New Zealand
Dr Tony Van Der Weerden - AgResearch, New Zealand