Asked 29th Jan, 2022
  • Faculty of Sciences and Technics - Errachidia

Whiche Q1 or Q2 journals for precision agriculture?

Which Q1 and/or Q2 research journals for computer science and precision agriculture area are most suitable for speedy review and publication process? Free of charges Journals are preferables.

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12th Feb, 2022
Liu Lu
Anhui Agricultural University (AHAU)
Biosystem engineering
crop protection
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12th Feb, 2022
Tiago Rodrigues Tavares
University of São Paulo
Dear Abdelaaziz Hessane,
The first free of charge options that come to my mind are:
In my experiences, manuscripts have taken no longer than 8 months to be published in the abovementioned journals.
Alternatively, you can opt for journals from national communities; for example, in Brazil we also have:
They are open access at a very affordable cost.
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