The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal

The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal is a prestigious and esteemed publication committed to advancing agricultural research and knowledge. As a peer-reviewed journal, we steadfastly uphold the highest standards of academic integrity, encouraging the dissemination of innovative findings across a broad spectrum of agricultural disciplines.

Encompassing a diverse array of academic fields related to agriculture, our journal provides an inclusive platform for researchers in areas such as agricultural mechanics, animal husbandry, entomology, home economics, soil science, plant pathology, horticulture, agronomy, extension and communication sciences, biotechnology, agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, aquatic animals, forestry, ecology, agricultural environment, and industrial agriculture.


To embrace various research outputs, our journal features the following distinct article categories:

  • Research Article: An in-depth original research study contributing to the advancement of agricultural knowledge.
  • Review Article: A comprehensive survey of scientific literature offering valuable insights.
  • Short Communication: A concise presentation of impactful research findings.

Authors are cordially invited to observe internationally recognized writing standards and formats, ensuring clarity and coherence in their manuscripts. In alignment with our dedication to impartiality, both authors and reviewers maintain anonymity throughout the review process. Our journal stands as a collaborative platform, fostering excellence in agricultural research and contributing to the growth and development of this vital scientific field.


Peer Review Process:

The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal employs a rigorous and impartial peer review process. All submitted manuscripts undergo thorough evaluation by experts in the relevant field, ensuring the quality, originality, and significance of the research. Our double-blind review system preserves the anonymity of both authors and reviewers, guaranteeing an unbiased assessment.


Structure for the Peer-Review Process :

1. Manuscript Submission:

  • Authors submit their manuscripts through the journal's online submission system (
  • The submitted manuscripts undergo an initial assessment by the editorial office to ensure they adhere to the journal's guidelines and scope. If (1) the submitted manuscript requires revision, it will be returned to the authors with suggestions; (2) the submitted manuscript is verified, it will be continued to the editor assignment process; and (3) if it is out of scope, then it will be rejected. 

2. Editor Assignment:

  • The editor-in-chief or handling editor assigns the submitted manuscript to an appropriate associate or section editor.

3. Preliminary Evaluation:

  • The assigned editor conducts an evaluation to determine the manuscript's suitability for peer review and invites qualified peer reviewers to assess the manuscript's scientific quality and validity.
  • Reviewers are selected based on their expertise and lack of conflicts of interest.

4. Peer Review Process:

  • Reviewers evaluate the manuscript based on its originality, methodology, relevance, and significance to the field (within 30 days).
  • Reviewers provide constructive feedback, suggestions, and recommendations to improve the manuscript's clarity and rigor

5. Editorial Decision:

  • Based on the reviewers' comments and recommendations, the editor makes an editorial decision, which may include one of the following options:
    a) Accept: The manuscript is accepted for publication without major revisions.
    b) Minor Revisions: The authors are asked to make minor revisions as suggested by the reviewers.
    d) Major Revisions: The authors are asked to make substantial revisions based on the reviewers' feedback.
    e) Reject: The manuscript does not meet the journal's standards and is unsuitable for publication.

6. Author Revision:

  • If revisions are requested, the authors are given a specific timeframe (within 30 days) to address the reviewers' comments and make the necessary changes.

7. Second Round of Review (if applicable):

  • In cases where major revisions are required, the revised manuscript may undergo a second round of peer review to ensure that the reviewer’s concerns have been adequately addressed.

8. Final Decision:

  • The editor reviews the revised manuscript and the responses from the authors and makes a final decision on acceptance or rejection.

9. Manuscript Acceptance:

  • Once accepted, the manuscript undergoes final formatting and language editing to ensure clarity and consistency.

10. Publication:

  • The accepted and formatted manuscript is published online or in print, making it accessible to the scientific community.

11. Post-Publication:

  • The published article becomes part of the journal's archives and may be cited and referenced by other researchers and scholars.

The peer-review process is essential in maintaining the quality, credibility, and integrity of scientific research published in the Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal (ASIJ) to ensure that only well-conducted and significant contributions are disseminated to the scientific community.


Ownership and Management:

The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal is owned and managed by the Agricultural Science Society of Thailand, a prominent entity committed to fostering scholarly communication and scientific advancements in agriculture.


Governing Body:

The journal is overseen by a distinguished Governing Body comprising renowned scholars, researchers, and professionals in the field of agricultural science. The Governing Body plays a pivotal role in ensuring the journal's adherence to ethical and academic standards.


Editorial Team/Contact Information:

Our Editorial Team consists of esteemed academics and researchers who guide the journal's content and publication process. For inquiries, submissions, or any other communication, please contact our Editorial Team at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Copyright and Licensing:

The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal adheres to a strong copyright policy. Authors retain the copyright of their published work, granting the journal a license for open access distribution. Readers are encouraged to cite and share the articles with proper attribution.


Author Fees:

We operate on an author-friendly policy with no submission fees or article processing charges (APCs). Authors can submit their work to the journal free of charge, ensuring equal opportunities for knowledge dissemination.


Process for Identification of and Dealing with Allegations of Research Misconduct:

The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal takes allegations of research misconduct seriously. Any such allegations will be promptly investigated by our Editorial Team and, if necessary, referred to relevant authorities for further examination.


Publication Ethics:

We uphold strict publication ethics and expect all contributors, including authors, reviewers, and editors, to adhere to the highest ethical standards. Plagiarism, data fabrication, and any form of unethical behavior are not tolerated.


Publishing Schedule:

The journal follows a regular publishing schedule, releasing three issues per year. The publication schedule is as follows: Issue 1 (January-April), Issue 2 (May-August), and Issue 3 (September-December).



The Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal caters to a diverse readership through both print (ISSN 1025-0507) and online (ISSN 2697-4770) formats, ensuring widespread dissemination of cutting-edge research in agricultural sciences across the globe. As an esteemed open-access journal, our commitment to unrestricted access allows readers to freely and effortlessly access all published content without encountering subscription or paywall barriers. This open-access approach promotes equitable knowledge dissemination, fostering collaboration and driving advancements in the field of agricultural sciences.



We prioritize the long-term preservation of published articles. Our journal is archived in reputable digital repositories to ensure the perpetual availability of scholarly works.


Revenue Sources:

The primary revenue sources for sustaining the journal's operations include institutional support, grants, and collaborations with academic and research organizations through the Agricultural Science Society of Thailand.



To ensure an unobtrusive reading experience, the Agricultural Science and Innovations Journal does not incorporate advertising within its pages.


Direct Marketing:

We do not engage in direct marketing activities, as our focus is solely on scholarly communication and disseminating valuable research findings.

We welcome authors, researchers, and readers from the global agricultural community to contribute and engage with our esteemed journal. Your involvement enriches the collective knowledge in agricultural sciences, fostering progress and sustainable development in the field.


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