Savana Cendana (Journal of Dryland Agricultural Conservation) is an open access, peer-reviewed that is published four times a year, in January, April, July and October. The journal publishes primary research papers and literature reviews in the field of dryland agriculture conservation. This includes plant production, genetic and plant breeding, plant physiology, plant ecology, plant biotechnology, modeling, seed science and technology and weed science, horticulture, plantation, and forage crops with particular focus on the science and technology of dryland agriculture conservation.
Agriculture & Food Security,
Life & Biological Sciences,
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