International Journal of Manures and Fertilizers
Aims and scope
International Journal of Manures and Fertilizers is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides a viable outlet for the publication of articles in all areas related to manure and fertilizer. The journal aims to give an overview of the current developments and innovations in manures/fertilizers treatment technologies and to explore various valorisation strategies for manure, like energy production and nutrient recovery.
The journal aims to stimulate the exchange of experiences between researchers and scientists on the policy measures taken for ensuring manure/fertilizer production, management and treatment.
International Journal of Manures and Fertilizers publishes the most current information on industry trends and policy and regulatory issues that are capable of contributing to the fertility of the soil by adding organic matter and nutrients. Other aims of the journal include the following:
- To publish significant researches dealing with material of natural or synthetic origin (other than liming materials) that is applied to soils or to plant tissues (usually leaves) to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants.
- To publish topical articles dealing with manure/fertilizer and the agricultural economy, legislation and regulation directly impacting the industry, and other timely matters of importance.
- To provide farmers with the necessary information for them to produce crops to meet the world’s demand for food, feed, fiber and fuel.
- Fertilising with manure & digestate treatment products
- Product innovations and new markets for manure & digestate
- Environmental impact of manure & digestate treatment
- Process innovations in manure & digestate treatment
- Energy production from manure
- Animal waste products
- Soil improvers
- Organic fertilizers
- Application and environmental risks of livestock manure
- Antibiotics and Hormones in animal Manure
The journal is geared towards researchers, industry professionals, financial analysts, business consultants, trade press representatives, agricultural retailers, agronomists, engineers and government economists. Readers can expect to gain perspective on the outlook for agriculture and major fertilizer materials and inputs from industry experts.