International Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture

Aims and Scope 

International Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture features high profile articles in all branches of horticulture and other cognate sciences of sufficient relevance and primary interest to the horticulturists.

Aims

  • The journal aims to publish original and review research contributions into the production, improvement and utilization of horticultural crops.
  • To provide scientific knowledge of interest to those engaged in scientific research and the practice of horticulture. 
  • To cultivate and promote research, education and development of horticulture and allied branches of science
  • To serve as a platform for interaction among the different sectors of the horticulture industry, build synergies, and ultimately, unleash the underexploited potential of horticulture in third world countries.
  • The journal is designed to cater to the diverse needs of the science, industry/business and capacity building sectors of the horticulture industry.

Scope

The scope of the journal includes studies on fruit and other perennial crops, vegetables and ornamentals grown in temperate or tropical regions and their use in commercial, amenity or urban horticulture. Papers, including reviews, that give new insights into plant and crop growth, yield, quality and response to the environment, are welcome, including those arising from technological innovation and developments in crop genome sequencing and other biotechnological advances. 

The journal considers manuscripts in the following areas:

 

  • Floriculture
  • Forest gardening
  • Gardening
  • Genetically modified trees
  • Genomics of domestication
  • Hoe-farming
  • Horticultural botany
  • Enology
  • Horticultural flora
  • Horticultural oil
  • Horticultural therapy
  • Indigenous horticulture
  • Landscaping
  • Permaculture
  • Plant nutrition
  • Plug (horticulture)
  • Tropical horticulture
  • Turf management
  • Viticulture
  • Pomology
  • Postharvest physiology
  • Turf management
  • Arboriculture
  • Floriculture
  • Garden design
  • Vertical farming
  • plant propagation
  • Postharvest physiology
  • breeding and genetic resources
  • clonal (micro)propagation and seed physiology
  • cropping systems, including crop management practices
  • plant/fruit growth and development, including interactions with environments and organisms
  • plant protection and plant nutrition
  • irrigation and plant water relation
  • whole plant physiology and source/sink relation
  • urban horticulture/protected cultivation;
  • fruit ripening and product quality
  • storage technologies, including postharvest disorders
  • food processing technologies/horticultural engineering
  • marketing/economics
  • education and consultancy
  • consumer sciences etc.

Keywords

Biotechnology, plant breeding, crop cultivation, outdoor and under covers, soil management, plant nutrition, plant-water relations, glasshouse climate, soil biology, weed science, pest and diseases, growth regulators, seed science, post-harvest physiology, quality evaluation, nutritional value, storage, processing technology, economics and management research.