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Journal of Crop Research and Fertilizers is an Open Access peer reviewed journal published by clerisy publishers and it devoted to distributes unique articles such as research, review, short communications, editorials and case reports which are addressing conventional plant breeding methods and agronomic techniques. Jcrf publishes cutting-edge research, selected through a strict and fair review process and presented using highest quality production standards to create a open platform.

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Plant genetics and breeding, crop ecology and physiology, foundation seed, Pastureland, germplasm conservation, dormant seeding, Plant pathogens, fertilizers and pesticides, organisms in the soil, resistant varieties of crops , crop rotation.

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One crop breeding cycle from starvation

One crop breeding cycle from starvation

Genetic engineering solutions can improve photosynthetic efficiency of food crops, boosting yield under higher temperatures and carbon dioxide levels to achieve much higher yields in the near future.

Effects of Chemical Fertilizers and Organic Fertilizer on Yield of Ligusticum chuanxiong Rhizome

Effects of Chemical Fertilizers and Organic Fertilizer on Yield of Ligusticum chuanxiong Rhizome

Potassium (k) and organic fertilizer can significantly increase the yield of Ligusticum chuanxiong rhizome. Thus it is suggested that properly high mount of K and OF and appropriate increasing N are two favorable factors for cultivating Ligusticum chuanxiong.

Species interactions and plant polyploidy

Species interactions and plant polyploidy

Polyploidy may impact many types of species interactions that range from mutualism to antagonism. Recent studies shows novel interactions are rare but that polyploidy can induce changes in pollinator, herbivore, and pathogen interactions.


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