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Prof. dr hab. Lech Wojciech Szajdak został Guest Editor of Special Issue w czasopiśmie Agronomy IF 2.603, Q1, 100 pkt. według MNiSW.

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Dear colleagues,
The open access journal Agronomy (ISSN 2073-4395, IF 2.603) is pleased to announce that we have launched a new Special Issue entitled "Successfully Managing Interdependent Agricultural Landscapes — Processes, Structures and Mechanisms Sustaining the Entire System" I am serving as Guest Editor for this issue. Given the depth of your expertise in this field, I would like to cordially invite you to contribute an article to the Special Issue. For more information on the issue, please visit the Special Issue website at https://www.mdpi.com/journal/agronomy/special_issues/Interdependent_Agricultural_Landscapes. Papers may be submitted from now until 30 September 2021 as papers will be published on an ongoing basis. Submitted papers should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. We also encourage authors to send a short abstract or tentative title to the Editorial Office in advance (Ten adres pocztowy jest chroniony przed spamowaniem. Aby go zobaczyć, konieczne jest włączenie w przeglądarce obsługi JavaScript.).
In the hope that this invitation receives your favorable consideration, we look forward to our future collaboration.

Kind regards,
Guest Editor

 

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,
Agriculture should always supply sufficient nutrients that humans require to sustain healthy and productive lives. The priorities of high quality food production request a high standard of environmentally friendly crop farming. Therefore strategies are needed to manage the available resources so as to achieve economic and sustainable agricultural productivity to meet the needs of the farm household.
Climate change, biodiversity loss, agricultural landscape management, development of pathogens and diseases of cultivated plants, outbreaks of crop pests, soil and water pollution, phytotoxins accumulation and inhibition of the development of cultivated plants may significantly reduce the crop yields. Study on all topics related to sustainable agriculture, from understanding the processes and mechanism in agricultural landscape to developing cultivars and crops of high quality, is a priority.
This Special Issue will focus on “Successfully Managing Interdependent Agricultural Landscapes - Processes, Structures and Mechanisms Sustaining the Entire System”. I am open to novel research, reviews and opinion articles covering all aspects of sustainable agricultural productivity, high soil productivity, heterogeneous/homogeneous agricultural landscape management, biodiversity, biological insect control methods, secondary metabolites, soil and water pollution, biogeochemical barriers etc. Contributions on soil biota and biochemistry, change of microbiological and biochemical activity of the soil, deterioration of its chemical, biochemical and physical properties and, other approaches to improve the quality of food production will be welcomed.


Prof. Dr. Lech Wojciech Szajdak
Guest Editor