The Journal of Smart Agriculture and Environmental Technology (JOSAET) is an international, interdisciplinary publication committed to addressing current issues in agriculture and environmental sciences. Our mission is to promote sustainable and safe food production practices for the future without causing environmental harm.
JOSAET covers a broad range of topics, including soil, water, and plant management, pest control, and plant cultivation. We aim to anticipate environmental changes and contribute to the development of resilient agricultural practices.
Published three times a year, in April, August, and December, JOSAET maintains rigorous standards through a high-quality peer-review process. We welcome manuscripts showcasing interdisciplinary expertise in areas such as:
- Enhancing crop production efficiency with new technologies to support agricultural sustainability, covering topics like crop management, pest control, environmental impact, input efficiency, new variety development, and socio-economic assessment.
- Fostering soil and water management strategies, such as the use of organic inputs, anticipation of soil pollution, soil health, and soil fertility inputs for sustainability.
- Exploring technology applications in various fields including soil science, agronomy, horticulture, plantation, forestry, aquaculture, husbandry farming, bioremediation, and application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in soil science, agriculture, and environment. We also welcome contributions discussing other environmental technologies aimed at improving our environment.
JOSAET publishes original papers, short communications, and reviews concerning smart agriculture and environmental technology. We are particularly interested in research that promotes agricultural practices preserving the environment, enhancing crop production and income, mitigating global warming effects, and building food security in the face of climate change.
Our vision is to be a leading voice in the discourse on sustainable agriculture and environmental management, facilitating innovation and knowledge exchange for a sustainable and resilient future.
Vol. 1 No. 3 (2023): December