Aim

Black Sea Journal of Agriculture (BSJ Agri) is published 4 times in a year as an international double-blind peer-reviewed journal. BSJ Agri is a free charge and open access e-journal. The overall aim of BSJ Agri is to promote the professional development of its readers, researchers and scientists related to agricultural sciences around the world. BSJ Agri publishes original research articles, innovative papers, conference papers, reviews, mini-reviews, rapid communications or technical note by the scientists on various aspects of agricultural science like agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, animal science, agronomy, including plant science, theoretical production ecology, horticulture, plant breeding, plant fertilization, plant protect and soil science, aquaculture, biological engineering, including genetic engineering and microbiology, environmental impacts of agriculture and forestry, food science, husbandry, irrigation and water management, land use, waste management etc. The objective of BSJ Agri is to provide a platform to the scientific community to publish their research findings and also to open new perspective for further research. BSJ Agri is published electronically only and the online version is available for free.

Scope

Back Sea Journal of Agriculture (BSJ Agri) is double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access international journal published electronically 4 times in a year by the Black Sea Publishers since December 2017. BSJ Agri publishes, in English and Turkish, full-length original research articles, innovative papers, conference papers, reviews, mini-reviews, rapid communications or technical note by the scientists on various aspects of agricultural science like agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, animal science, agronomy, including plant science, theoretical production ecology, horticulture, plant breeding, plant fertilization, plant protect and soil science, aquaculture, biological engineering, including genetic engineering and microbiology, environmental impacts of agriculture and forestry, food science, husbandry, irrigation and water management, land use, waste management etc.