Crop and Pasture Science welcomes the submission of articles presenting original and significant research that are within the journal's scope.
All papers are refereed. Acceptance of papers is the responsibility of the Editor-in-Chief in consultation with the Editorial Board.
When preparing a paper for publication, please follow journal style and layout as closely as possible. It may help if you consult a recent copy of the journal or a sample issue online. Detailed guidelines are set out in the Author Instructions.
There are no page charges for Crop and Pasture Science.
Authors for whom English is a second language may choose to have their manuscript professionally edited after submission but before the review process.
English-language editing will:
- Improve grammar, spelling, and punctuation
- Improve clarity and resolve any ambiguity caused by poor phrasing
- Improve the language style so it is appropriate for an academic journal.
Authors wishing to use a professional English-language editing service should make contact and arrange payment with the editing service of their choice directly. Use of an English-language editing supplier listed here is not mandatory, and will not guarantee acceptance or preference for publication in a CSIRO Publishing journal.
Reprints can be ordered prior to publication. An order form is sent to the corresponding author with final page proofs.
CSIRO Publishing supplies the corresponding authors with a free PDF of their paper upon publication. Authors may also order hardcopy reprints of their papers at the time they complete author corrections. Authors may create links to their papers from their personal webpages. All papers are also available from our website either by subscription or sale of individual papers.
The journal is indexed/abstracted in a wide variety of databases.
To submit your paper, please use our online journal management system ScholarOne Manuscripts.
For general enquires about submitted papers please contact:
Crop and Pasture Science
Telephone +[61 3] 9545 8790
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