The Indian Journal of Agronomy (IJA), overseen by the Indian Society of Agronomy, is an esteemed academic journal that undergoes a peer-review process. It offers a platform for publishing original research papers, comprehensive reviews, and concise communications pertinent to agronomy—the discipline focused on crop cultivation and soil management. With its roots dating back to 1957, the journal delves into various agronomic facets, such as crop physiology, soil studies, crop ecology, agricultural methodologies, climate implications on agriculture, and agrarian economics. Over the years, it has secured its place as a premier agronomic journal in India, maintaining a double-blind review protocol.
The IJA is an open-access journal. It distinguishes itself by not imposing article processing charges (APC), submission fees, or any additional costs based on article length, color illustrations, or appended data.