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Findings in Agricultural Research and Management (FARM) Journal

Authors are requested to follow important guidelines while preparing their research papers

 

  1. Papers must be prepared in editable Micro Soft word (saved in 1997-2003 document) format and should be sent to editorfarmjournal@gmail.com as an email attachment or through online submission for reviewing and suggested modification.

Title

  1. Title should be short and informative of the content with 14 font size of bold times new roman
  2. Complete addresses of all authors should be given below the title with 12 font size of times new roman and email of corresponding author must be given after the addressees with 11 font size of bold times new roman.

Body

  1. It should contain abstract of the article at the beginning, short introduction, complete methodology, then results & discussions. Abbreviation should be written in full at first time. Scientific names and technical nomenclature must be accurate. Tables, figures, graphs and photographs should be relevant and appropriately placed with captions among the texts. The text should be clear, giving complete details of the article in simple English. At last authors must draw conclusion of their findings. 

References

For papers

Almodares A and Hadi MR (2009). E thanol production and by-product from sweet sorghum. African Journal of Agricultural Research, 4 (9):772-780.

 

For books

Craig C Sheaffer and Kristine M Moncada (2012). Introduction to Agronomy: Food, Crops and Environment. Cengage Learning, United States, 608 p.

 

For book chapters

Tewari JC, Ram Moola and Roy MM (2014). Livelihood improvements and climate change adaptations through agroforestry in hot arid environments. In: Dagar, Jagdish Chander; Singh, Anil Kumar and Arunachalam, Ayyanadar (Eds.). Agroforestry Systems in India: Livelihood Security & Ecosystem Services. Advances in Agroforestry (10): 155-183. Springer India.

 

Online content

Manuel Gastelo, Ulrich Kleinwechter and Merideth Bonierbale (2014). Global Potato Research for a Changing World. International Potato Center (CIP), Lima, Peru. Working Paper 2014-1, 43 p. Retrieved online at http://cipotato.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/006151.pdf

 

Declaration

  1. After acceptance of article, all authors must sign a declaration certificate describing their role in the article and taking responsibility of all disputes if arises from their contents in the article and copyrights non-violation of others’ work. Declaration certificate proforma will be provided through email.

 

Check out points before submission of paper

 

  • All authors’ names with affiliations have been given just below the title of the paper.
  • Email of corresponding author has been given.
  • Abstract at beginning and conclusion at the last has been given.
  • Introduction, material methods, results & discussion or general texts with headings have been given where figures, graphs and tables are placed at appropriate places with captions and sources.
  • A photo of the research trial has been given.
  • Lastly, references should be in the same order format as prescribed for the Journal.