1- Is ‘Plant Protection’ a refereed journal?

Yes, it is. Journal of Plant Protection is a peer reviewed journal. It follows single blind peer review policy. The journal strictly maintains the academic review policy and publication ethics.

2- Is the journal indexed?

Yes, Plant Protection is a scientific journal abstracted/indexed in:



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What is the frequency of the journal?

The Plant Protection is a quarterly archival journal (4 issues per year).

How do I submit my article?

Please submit your article via our editorial managing system. Electronic submission substantially reduces the editorial processing and reviewing times and shortens overall publication times. Please click “Submit Paper” on the specific journal's page. The link “Submit a New Manuscript” leads you directly to the submission system used by the journal.

I want to know more about the review and publication process of the journal.

Please view the journal’s Guide for Authors and review policy section.

How much time does the journal take for complete review process?

The complete review process takes about two months after the acknowledgement of the submission e-mail of the contributor.

I want to submit a paper to your journal. Does it fall within the scope of the journal?

Visit the ‘Aims and Scope’ menu of the journal in the website. If you are not sure about the suitability, write to the managing editor at Plantprotection@scu.ac.ir

Is there any specific ‘Author Guidelines’ of the journal?

Yes. Please visit the ‘Guide for Authors’ menu of the journal.

How can I contact with the Editor-in-Chief ?

You can contact with the Editor-in-Chief at a.rasekh@scu.ac.ir

Can I make another correction to my article?

Please contact the Editor-in-Chief at a.rasekh@scu.ac.ir to see if this is possible. You will need to check the status of your paper with us, but if it is soon after you returned your first corrections, generally yes.

What is a ‘Conflict of Interest’?

Any financial interests or connections, direct or indirect, or other situations that might raise the question of bias in the work reported or the conclusions, implications or opinions stated – including pertinent commercial or other sources of funding for the individual author(s) or for the associated department(s) or organization(s), personal relationships, or direct academic competition.