Aims and scope
International Journal of Agricultural Technology (IJAT) is an open access journal and peer-review published by the Association of Agricultural Technology in Southeast Asia (AATSEA). The journal welcomes papers on fundamental and applied science and technology in agriculture and related fields from worldwide researchers. IJAT publishes original articles, short communications and review articles in English. The subjects include agricultural fields in biological sciences, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, environmental sciences, biotechnology, economics, extension, engineering, agronomy, animal science, aquaculture, biological control, entomology, food sciences, horticulture, plant pathology, plant sciences, postharvest, rural development, soil science, sustainable agriculture, and related fields.
The accepted manuscript for publication in IJAT with regards to the proof and publication should be addressed to email@example.com. The publication charge must be paid 100 USD / paper before publication. Payment does not influence the peer review process.
All contributions are peer reviewed under the supervision of an international editorial board using a double-blind review process.
Reproducibility of data
Papers reporting on original research need to show reproducibility of results by being conducted at least twice, or with field experiments, during at least two seasons. For proper statistical analysis three or more replications are necessary.
Publication history and impact
IJAT started publication entitled “Agricultural Technology, An International Journal” during 2005 to 2012 which ISSN 1686-9141; initially two issues were published annually. Title renamed to be a single form as International Journal of Agricultural Technology”. The journal currently publishes six issues per year (January, March, May, July, September November). IJAT is indexed by Thai-Journal Citation Index (TCI); ASEAN Citation Index (ACI) database, 2015; CAB International Full Text database (PDF Files) and SciFinder-Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS). Journal citation is currently at 249 in TCI and 45 (24 countries) in Scopus Index until 2017.