Further Agriculture

Open access International Journal

Further Agriculture is an open access and peer-reviewed journal, published by Further Science Publishing Corporation.

ISSN (online): Update soon
Frequency : Three issues per year

  • Open Access: Readers have provision to download the articles freely from anywhere, and also freedom to share, and reuse the content with properly cited. There is no Article Processing Charge (APC).
  • Rapid review process: All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed as per the journal policies based on the first decision given to authors within one month after submission; acceptance to publication is undertaken in ten days.
  • Credits to reviewers: We update the reviewer names and their affiliation details published periodically in the journal website.


Physiochemical screening and comparison of mineral composition of leaves from broadleaf and longleaf morphotypes of Lippia multiflora Moldenke (Verbenaceae) cultivated of Côte d’Ivoire

  • By Kane Fako, Brou Koffi Siméon, Djina Yves, Gonnety Tia jean
  • Further Agriculture, 1(1) (2021), 13-25. -- 5 June 2021

The phytochemical screening and mineral analyze of longleaf morphotype (llmLM) and broadleaf morphotype (blmLM) of Lippia multiflora cultivated in three localities of Côte d'Ivoire such Bondoukou (Bdk), Béoumi (Bmi) and Korhogo (K Read more

Sanitary and Agronomic Significance of the Trophic Levels of Two Reservoirs from Cordoba (Argentina)

  • By Carlos Prosperi
  • Further Agriculture, 1 (1) (2021): 06-12. -- 31 Mar 2021

Algal blooms occur when starts the multiplication and accumulation of microalgae that live freely in aquatic systems, causing a significant increase in the biomass of one or a few species, in very short periods of time. When it comes to Cyanobacte Read more

On the Possibility of Predicting Genotypic Correlations between Productivity Traits of Plants

  • By V. A. Dragavtsev, V. A. Vorobyev, V. V. Novokhatin, N. I. Korobeinikov
  • Further Agriculture, 1 (1) (2021): 01-05. -- 7 Mar 2021

For quantitative traits (components of plants productivity) the general traditional hypothesis about the mechanisms of genotypic correlations (GC) it is - linkage of genes or pleiotropy -- has been rejected by this paper -- and epigenetic (ecologi Read more