“Plant Protection News” is a scientific peer-reviewed journal which publishes results of original research, reviews, discussion notes and chronicles related to plant protection.
The Journal scope covers all aspects of plant growing related to plant health, including, but not restricted to, biology, ecology, taxonomy, identification and rearing of harmful and beneficial organisms; forecast and management of pests, diseases and weeds; plant immunity; pesticide resistance etc.
The Journal promotes modern methods of plant protection, including development of resistant plant varieties and biological means of pest control; phytosanitary monitoring of agroecosystems; innovative approaches, technologies, economics and ecological safety of plant protection applications.
Registered in Govermental Comitee of Print of Russian Federation under # 017839 of July 03 1998.
Indexing and Archiving
The journal is indexed in CrossRef (DOI: 10.31993/1727-1320), Directory of Open Access Policies Sherpa/Romeo and Directory of Open Access Scholarly Resources (ROAD) at the ISSN Portal.
Full-text versions of published materials are archived at the Journal website and National Electronic Library eLIBRARY.RU. Authors are encouraged to deposit their published papers in the scientific social network ResearchGate and other resources.
Higher Attestation Commitee at the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russian Federation includes "Plant Protection News" in its index of editions recommended for publishing to the authors planning to defend dissertations in the fields of Entomology, Mycology, Agronomy, Agrochemistry, Plant selection and seed production, Meadow growing, Plant Protection, Horticulture, and Vegetable growing.
Open Access Policy
Full content of the Journal's issues are available for free immediately after publication at the journal's website under the Libre Open Access model (see definition here).
The full-text articles are made accessible at the Journal's website (Archives section), which is planned by the Publisher to be used for electronic backup and preservation of access even if the Journal is no longer published. Another option to freely access the full Journal's content is the National Electronic Library. The list of sources to the Journal's archive is updated on regular basis.