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American horticultural manual.. volume 1 - American Horticultural Supply



The journal publishes results of basic and applied research from all areas of horticulture – fruit growing, vegetable growing, viniculture, floriculture, medicinal plants, ornamental gardening, garden and landscape architecture. The main concern is on plants growing under the conditions of moderate temperate zone. Original scientific papers, short communications and review articles are published in the journal. Papers are published in English (British spelling).

ISI Web of Knowledge SM
Web of Science ®
Science Citation Index Expanded ®
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CAB Abstracts
Horticulturae Abstracts
BIOSIS Previews
EMBiology
Plant Breeding Abstracts
Czech Agricultural and Food Bibliography
SCOPUS
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Google Scholar, CNKI

All content is made freely available for non-commercial purposes, users are allowed to copy and redistribute the material, transform, and build upon the material as long as they cite the source.

The Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science (JASHS) publishes papers on the results of original research on horticultural plants and their products or directly related research areas. Its prime function is to communicate mission-oriented, fundamental research to other researchers.

To download a pdf copy of the ASHS Style Manual and additional instructions for submitting papers to any ASHS journal, Click here

First-time users of the online submission system must register for an account.
Instructions on how to register for an account are accessed at the bottom of the log in page.

The journal publishes results of basic and applied research from all areas of horticulture – fruit growing, vegetable growing, viniculture, floriculture, medicinal plants, ornamental gardening, garden and landscape architecture. The main concern is on plants growing under the conditions of moderate temperate zone. Original scientific papers, short communications and review articles are published in the journal. Papers are published in English (British spelling).

ISI Web of Knowledge SM
Web of Science ®
Science Citation Index Expanded ®
Agrindex of Agris/FAO database
CAB Abstracts
Horticulturae Abstracts
BIOSIS Previews
EMBiology
Plant Breeding Abstracts
Czech Agricultural and Food Bibliography
SCOPUS
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Google Scholar, CNKI

All content is made freely available for non-commercial purposes, users are allowed to copy and redistribute the material, transform, and build upon the material as long as they cite the source.

The journal publishes results of basic and applied research from all areas of horticulture – fruit growing, vegetable growing, viniculture, floriculture, medicinal plants, ornamental gardening, garden and landscape architecture. The main concern is on plants growing under the conditions of moderate temperate zone. Original scientific papers, short communications and review articles are published in the journal. Papers are published in English (British spelling).

ISI Web of Knowledge SM
Web of Science ®
Science Citation Index Expanded ®
Agrindex of Agris/FAO database
CAB Abstracts
Horticulturae Abstracts
BIOSIS Previews
EMBiology
Plant Breeding Abstracts
Czech Agricultural and Food Bibliography
SCOPUS
DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journals)
Google Scholar, CNKI

All content is made freely available for non-commercial purposes, users are allowed to copy and redistribute the material, transform, and build upon the material as long as they cite the source.

The Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science (JASHS) publishes papers on the results of original research on horticultural plants and their products or directly related research areas. Its prime function is to communicate mission-oriented, fundamental research to other researchers.

To download a pdf copy of the ASHS Style Manual and additional instructions for submitting papers to any ASHS journal, Click here

First-time users of the online submission system must register for an account.
Instructions on how to register for an account are accessed at the bottom of the log in page.

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