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Eleven More Journals Indexed in CABI

These journal articles will now reach a much wider audience

by Maximum Academic Press
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Maximum Academic Press (MAP) is pleased to announce that 11 more journals including Circular Agricultural Systems, Food Innovation and Advances, Food Materials Research, Fruit Research, Grass Research, Medicinal Plant Biology, Ornamental Plant Research, Seed Biology, Technology in Horticulture, Tropical Plants, and Vegetable Research have achieved a significant milestone by being indexed in the CABI (Centre for Agriculture and Biosciences International) database. Previously, Beverage Plant Research, Forestry Research and Studies in Fungi were included. Up to this point, a total of 14 journals under MAP have been indexed by CABI.

CABI, a globally recognized authority in agricultural and bioscience information, serves as a vital resource for researchers, scientists, and scholars worldwide. Indexed in CABI's database means that the journals’ articles will now reach a wider and more diverse audience, contributing to the global exchange of agricultural knowledge.

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Professor Zong-Ming (Max) Cheng, the chief editor and founder of MAP, expressed his delight at this significant achievement, stating, "We are thrilled to have 14 journals indexed in CABI. This recognition is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of our authors, reviewers, and editorial team. We are committed to continuing our mission of promoting innovative research in agriculture and sharing it with the world."

Our journals have consistently maintained high standards of quality and relevance in the publications, making it a valuable resource for researchers and practitioners in the fields of agronomy, crop science, soil science, and more. With its inclusion in the CABI database, the journals are poised to have an even greater impact on the global academic community.

Researchers, scholars, and enthusiasts in the field of agriculture can now access all the 14 journals through the CABI database, ensuring that the latest research and breakthroughs are readily available to support sustainable agriculture and environmental practices worldwide.

This milestone achievement reflects the journals ongoing commitment to excellence, innovation, and knowledge sharing, and it heralds a promising future for the advancement of agricultural sciences on a global scale.

- This press release was originally published on the Maximum Academic Press website