Agricultural Sciences Journal (ASJ)

Agricultural Sciences Journal (ASJ) is an official journal of MNS-University of Agriculture, Multan recognized by HEC as “Y” category and it publishes peer reviewed research articles related to agricultural research and innovations. ASJ publishes  scholarly articles three times per year (April, August, and December). Contributions to ASJ should be original and not being under consideration elsewhere. Research article are normally sent to referees (experts in the field) after preliminary evaluation by Editor-in-Chief and plagiarism checking. Furthermore, Editor-in-Chief make final decision whether research article should be published or denied to be considered in ASJ after analyzing comments made by referee(s). The corresponding author/s must declare in cover letter to the Editor-in-Chief that the publication of article is approved by all co-authors, if any and its publication has been approved by all related authorities.

Scope, Aims and Objectives of ASJ

ASJ is an open access doubled blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes high quality innovative and original research articles, review articles, disease notes, short communications, and editorials etc. related to Agriculture and allied disciplines.

  • Agronomy, including plant science, theoretical production ecology, horticulture, plant breeding, plant fertilization, soil science and Aquaculture
  • Biological engineering, including genetic engineering, tissue culture and microbiology
  • Entomology
  • Plant Pathology and Virology
  • Environmental impacts of agriculture and forestry
  • Food science
  • Husbandry
  • Irrigation and water management
  • Land use
  • Waste management
  • Agricultural economics
  • Agricultural engineering
  • Animal sciences
  • ICT in agriculture

The main aim and objectives of ASJ is to providing a platform to the researchers of Agriculture and allied sciences to showcase their promising research with their peers across the world. Moreover, it also provides researchers an opportunity to become a part of scholar community that can assist them in improving their publications.