Horticultural and Floricultural Crops

A section of Agronomy (ISSN 2073-4395).

Section Information

The Horticultural and Floricultural Crops section publishes original research papers, reviews, mini-reviews, perspectives, and methodology articles related to horticultural crops under open-field and protected cultivation, including vegetables, fruit trees, vines, ornamental shrubs and trees, flowers, and aromatic and medicinal plants in preharvest and postharvest stages in the life of horticultural and floricultural products. We want to elucidate how crop performance and the quality of horticultural commodities are affected by genetic materials, environmental conditions, production techniques, and postharvest factors. Elucidating the effective mechanisms modulated by these factors is pivotal for attaining sustainable improvement of productivity and product quality of horticultural and floricultural crops. We welcome high-class submissions related to the above-mentioned topics, which may include basic and applied studies.

Accordingly, the section “Horticultural and Floricultural Crops” is interested in:
Research articles
Review articles
Mini-review articles
Perspective articles
Opinion articles
Methodology articles,and
Commentaries

In particular, “Horticultural and Floricultural Crops” welcomes contributions by early career researchers and propositions for research topics and Special Issues on a single, particular theme in the field of horticultural and floricultural crops.

Keywords

bedding plants, bioactive compounds, beneficial microorganisms, cut flowers, eustress, floriculture, hydroponics and aquaponics, fruit quality, grafting and rootstock-scion relations in fruit trees and vegetables, greenhouse microclimate, greenhouse production, light emitting diodes, microgreens, nursery management, molecular biology and biotechnology of horticultural and floricultural crops, organic farming, plant biostimulants, plant nutrition, plant tissue culture, pome fruits postharvest physiology, propagation, seed treatment and germination, sprouts, stone fruits, substrate-specific soilless production of vegetables and ornamentals, vegetable quality, vegetable production, viticulture, urban horticulture.

Editorial Board

Special Issues

Following special issues within this section are currently open for submissions:

Papers Published

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