Annals of Plant Protection Sciences
ISSN: 0971-3573
Volume 19; 2 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 18:1) published May 2010
Next issue (volume 18:2) scheduled for June 2011

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Dr. Pradyumn Kumar
Principal Scientist & Principal Investigator (Entomology)
Directorate of Maize Research
Pusa Campus
New Delhi 110012

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V.K. Baranwal, India N.A. Shakil, India
P. Kumar, India S.B. Singh, India
R.F. Lee, USA A.N. Srivastava, India
R. Prasad, Canada 

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The journal Annals of Plant Protection Sciences is a half yearly publication with issues (in March and September every year) that include high quality research articles of international standards. Colored photographs are published as a standard in the journal. All the papers on entomology, plant pathology, nematology weeds and pesticides used in the journal are scrutinized by the editors and the Editor-in-Chief, and then sent to the experts for their comments. The Editor-in-Chief tries to publish quality papers as soon as the papers are through the referee. There are overwhelming responses from the authors as the paper is accepted / rejected within 3-4 months of the receipt. The Society of Plant Protection Sciences (SPPS) was established on October 12th, 1992, and its publication started in 1993. The SPPS is a non-profit voluntary body duly registered under the Registrar of the Societies Act 1860, India. The Society was established with the following objectives:

  1. To promote multi-disciplinary team approach in plant protection aimed at integrated pest management
  2. To provide common forum to entomologists, plant pathologists, nematologists, weed scientists, pesticide experts and other interested parties in plant protection to exchange views and information
  3. To aggravate and disseminate information on various basic and applied aspects of plant protection sciences
  4. To encourage and recognize talented workers among plant protection scientist by distributing suitable awards

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