American Journal of Agriculture (AJA) is one of the leading journals in the field of agricultural science and technology. It is published by AJPO journals, a reputable journal publisher that offers high-quality and affordable publication services for authors from different regions and backgrounds. AJA publishes original and peer-reviewed papers on various topics related to agriculture and related fields, such as crop production, animal husbandry, soil science, plant protection, agroforestry, agroecology, biotechnology, food security, climate change, rural development and more.

According to the latest statistics, the number of publications in the field of agriculture has increased significantly in the past decade, reflecting the growing importance and relevance of agricultural research for addressing global challenges and opportunities. In 2020, there were more than 1.2 million papers published in the field of agriculture worldwide, compared to about 800,000 papers in 2010. AJA has also experienced a steady growth in its publication output and impact over the years. In 2020, AJA published 120 papers, with an average citation per paper of 3.0. This is a remarkable achievement, considering that AJA was established in 2019.

One of the key features of AJA is its indexing in major academic databases and search engines, such as Google Scholar, Crossref, EBSCOhost, and SCILIT. This ensures that the papers published in AJA are easily accessible and visible to the global scientific community and the general public. Indexing also enhances the credibility and reputation of AJA as a reliable source of scientific information and knowledge. The ISSN of AJA is 2790-5756 (Online) and DOI: 10.47672/aja.                              

Another distinctive feature of AJA is its quality review process, which ensures that only original and high-quality papers are accepted for publication. AJA follows a rigorous peer review process, where each paper is evaluated by at least two independent reviewers who are experts in the relevant field. The reviewers provide constructive feedback and suggestions to the authors to improve their papers. The peer review process takes between 2 weeks and 2 months, depending on the complexity and quality of the paper. This is much faster than some other journals in the field, such as American Journal of Agricultural Economics (AJAE), which takes an average of 4 months for peer review.

AJA also prides itself on its customer responsiveness and satisfaction. AJA provides prompt and professional communication and support to the authors throughout the publication process. AJA responds to queries and requests within 24 hours, and provides regular updates on the status of the papers. AJA also offers online publication services for books, dissertations, and theses related to agriculture and related fields. Authors can submit their manuscripts for online publication, and receive a certificate of publication from AJA. AJA also appends a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) to each publication, which makes it easier to cite and track.

Moreover, AJA offers low-cost and convenient publication fees for authors. The publication fee for AJA is USD 130 per paper, which is much lower than some other journals in the field. AJAgri also offers discounts for authors from low-income countries or regions. AJA accepts various payment methods that are convenient for authors from different regions, such as PayPal, Pesapal, bank transfer, Payoneer, Western Union, and mobile banking.

In conclusion, American Journal of Agriculture (AJA) is an excellent choice for authors who want to publish their research papers in the field of agriculture and related fields. AJA offers high-quality and affordable publication services that are fast, reliable and accessible. AJA also promotes the advancement of agricultural science and technology, and contributes to the global scientific community and society.

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