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The American Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture Research

SJIF 2024:
Area: Natural science
Evaluated version: online
Previous evaluation SJIF
2023: 7.171
2022: 6.19
2021: 5.731
2020: 5.251
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Basic information  
Main title The American Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture Research
ISSN 2689-0976 (E)
Country  USA
Frequency Monthly
License Free for non-commercial use
Texts availability Free
Contact Details  
Editor-in-chief Prof. M T Abdelhamid
  BS, MS, PhD Botany Department, National Research Centre, Egypt.
  Las Vegas, NV 89107
Journal's description  
The American Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture Research, a broad-based open access publisher, is derived from two elemental principles: the publication of the most thrilling research as regards the issues of our useful Journals. Secondly, to give a speedy turnover time to review and publish and circulate the articles generously for teaching as well as reference. The American Journal of Horticulture and Floriculture Research is an open platform, peer-reviewed and refereed journal published within the USA. The major objective of TAJHFR is to give an intellectual platform intended for international scholars. TAJHFR aims to support interdisciplinary studies within Horticulture and Floriculture science and develop into the leading journal within Horticulture and Floriculture science in the world. Horticulture, the branch of plant agriculture dealing with garden crops, generally fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. The word is derived from the Latin hortus, “garden,” and colere, “to cultivate.” As a general term, it covers all forms of garden management, but in ordinary use, it refers to intensive commercial production. In terms of scale, horticulture falls between domestic gardening and field agriculture, though all forms of cultivation naturally have close links. Horticulture is divided into the cultivation of plants for food (pomology and olericulture) and plants for ornament (floriculture and landscape horticulture). Pomology deals with fruit and nut crops. Olericulture deals with herbaceous plants for the kitchen, including, for example, carrots (edible root), asparagus (edible stem), lettuce (edible leaf), cauliflower (edible flower buds), tomatoes (edible fruit), and peas (edible seed). Floriculture deals with the production of flowers and ornamental plants; generally, cut flowers, pot plants, and greenery. Landscape horticulture is a broad category that includes plants for the landscape, including lawn turf but particularly nursery crops such as shrubs, trees, and vines. The specialization of the horticulturist and the success of the crop are influenced by many factors. Among these are climate, terrain, and other regional variations.

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