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Most Cited Articles of Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences (JEAS)

  1. Arora et al., Allelopathic potential of the essential oil of wild marigold (Tagetes minuta L.) against some invasive weeds. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 3:56-60. [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  2. Ahmad et al., Priming with ascorbic acid, salicylic acid and hydrogen peroxide improves seedling growth of spring maize at suboptimal temperature. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 3:14-22. [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  3. Sein et al., Inter-annual variability of summer monsoon rainfall over Myanmar in relation to IOD and ENSO. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 4:28-36. [View FullText] [Citations]
  4. Rana and Kashif. Effect of different Zinc sources and methods of application on rice yield and nutrients concentration in rice grain and straw. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 1:9. Download Article Citations
  5. Wakachala, et al., Statistical Patterns of Rainfall Variability in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 5:17-26. [Abstract] [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  6. Sattar, et al., Genotypic variations in wheat for phenology and accumulative heat unit under different sowing times. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2, 1-8. [Abstract] [View Full-Text] [Citations
  7. Batool, et al., Effect of halo-priming on germination and vigor index of cabbage
    (Brassica oleracea var. capitata). Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2: 7. Download Article Citations
  8. Najam, et al., Heavy Metals Contamination of Soils and Vegetables Irrigated with Municipal Wastewater: A Case Study of Faisalabad, Pakistan. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2, 1-8. Download Article Citations
  9. Parak, et al., Trends and Anomalies in Daily Climate Extremes over Iran during 1961-2010. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2, 11. [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  10. Nawaz, et al., Soil Applied Zinc Ensures High Production and Net Returns of Divergent Wheat Cultivars. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2: 1. [Abstract] [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  11. Ahmad, et al., Molecular Markers and Marker Assisted Plant Breeding: Current Status and their Applications in Agricultural Development. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 11:35-50. [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  12. Bhatt, Zero Tillage Impacts on Soil Environment and Properties. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 10: 1-18. [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  13. Sabiiti, et al., Empirical relationship between banana yields and climate variability over Uganda. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 7-3-13. Download Article  Citations
  14. Ali, et al., Effect of different levels nitrogen and phosphorus fertilization on yield and chemical composition hybrid sunflower grown under irrigated condition. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 1:7. Download Article Citations
  15. Akhtar, et al., Economics and Dependence of Wheat Productivity on Farm Size in Southern Punjab. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2:4. Download Article Citations
  16. Yusuf, et al., Poverty and risk attitude of farmers in North-Central, Nigeria. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 3:1-7. Download Article Citations
  17. Ijaz, et al., Economics and Dependence of Wheat Productivity on Farm Size in Southern Punjab. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 2:3. Download Article Citations
  18. Nimusiima, et al., Predicting the Impacts of Climate Change Scenarios on Maize Yield in the Cattle Corridor of Central Uganda. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 14:63-78. Download Article Citations
  19. Ehsan, et al., Phytoremediation of Chromium-Contaminated Soil by an Ornamental Plant, Vinca (Vinca rosea L.). Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 7:29-34. Download Article Citations
  20. Qaisrani, et al., Arabinoxylans from psyllium husk: A review. Journal of Environmental & Agricultural Sciences. 6:33-29. [Abstract] [View Full-Text] [Citations]
  21. Imran, et al., Health benefits of grapes polyphenols. Journal of Environmental and Agricultural Sciences. 10: 40-51. [Abstract] [View Full-Text] [Citations]

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