Journal of Agronomy Research

Article Processing Charges

The Journal of Agronomy Research is dedicated to publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed articles that cover a broad spectrum of topics within agronomy, soil management studies, sustainable agriculture, soil science research, crop production studies, agricultural science.

Article Processing Charges (APC) Structure:

Journal of Agronomy Research is published by Open Access Pub, ensuring that all articles are freely accessible to the global community without any subscription barriers. To support the open access model and cover the costs of publication, JAR has an Article Processing Charge (APC) structure in place. The APC is competitively priced and is required only after the manuscript has been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication. Our transparent pricing policy ensures that authors are aware of the costs upfront, with no hidden fees.

Article Processing Charge (APC) waivers:

Waivers are provided to authors who may not have the financial means to cover the publication fees associated with the processing and publishing of their articles. Article processing charges (APC) will vary based on the types of articles, with a range of $899-2100

APC Payment Instructions:
  • Upon acceptance of a manuscript, the author will receive an invoice with the APC amount and payment instructions.
  • Prompt payment is appreciated to avoid any delays in the publication process.
Why Does the Journal of Agronomy Research Charge an Article Processing Fee?
  • Sustainability: Open access journals rely on APCs to cover the costs associated with the publication process, including peer review, editing, typesetting, and hosting the articles online. APCs help ensure the financial sustainability of the journal and enable it to continue providing open access to research.
  • Transparency: Including APC information on the journal's website promotes transparency and helps authors understand the costs associated with publishing in the journal. This transparency is important for building trust and credibility with authors and readers.
  • Supporting Innovation: APCs can also support innovation in scholarly publishing by providing resources for the development of new publishing technologies, initiatives, and services that benefit authors, readers, and the research community as a whole.
Withdrawn Charges:

If a paper is withdrawn within 3 days of submission, a withdrawal fee of 50% of the Article Processing Charges (APC) will be applied. Authors are advised to take this into consideration before submitting their manuscript. Submitting the same manuscript elsewhere without officially withdrawing it may be considered as ethical misconduct and will be addressed accordingly.

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