Having been founded in 2017 by Open Access India, agriRxiv (AgriXiv as it was) has continued to grow. Now relaunched through CABI, in collaboration with OAI, the service will benefit from CABI’s expertise in agriculture and the environment, providing a sustainable new home for agricultural preprints.
agriRxiv (pronounced ‘agri-archive’) is a free, open access source of unpublished preprints across the agricultural sciences. It is hosted and managed by CABI (cabi.org), an international, inter-governmental, not-for-profit organization that improves people’s lives worldwide by providing information and applying scientific expertise to solve problems in agriculture and the environment.
By sharing preprints on agriRxiv, authors are able to make their findings immediately available to their scientific colleagues.
There is no fee to submit articles to agriRxiv.
Articles are not peer-reviewed, edited, or typeset before being posted online. agriRxiv will moderate and then index all content to ensure it is appropriate for our users, and that it can be easily found and shared.
SCOPE AND ACCEPTANCE POLICY
- agricultural chemistry
- agricultural economics
- agricultural engineering
- AI in agriculture
- crop science
- entomology and pest management
- environmental science including: conservation; wildlife management; resources management
- food science and nutrition
- forestry and arboriculture
- genetics and genomics
- agricultural microbiology
- invasive species
- livestock and animal science
- plant breeding
- plant pathology
- plant science
- social sciences including: education; extension; policy; rural community development; sociology
- soil science
- water resources
TERMS OF DISTRIBUTION
Authors retain copyright and choose the option under which to make the article available (CC BY, CC0). By posting on agriRxiv, authors explicitly consent to text mining of their work (e.g., by search engines or researchers).
agriRxiv reserves the right to remove any articles that contain plagiarized material or describe experimental work that is not performed in accordance with the relevant ethical standards for research using animals or human subjects.
JOURNAL PREPRINT POLICIES
Posting manuscripts to a preprint service is a common approach within the research community. It is however recommended that authors check the policy of their intended journal of publication before posting on agriRxiv.
Authors should upload a single PDF file including their full article, tables and figures.
At agriRxiv we want to make the submission process as simple as possible, so authors only need to complete a few fields. We will take the rest of the information from the article itself. Authors should ensure the information in their PDF (author names, etc) is accurate, including the abstract. Articles without an abstract will be returned.
To submit a new version authors can simply follow the same process again, but select the relevant options to indicate this is a new version.
Preprints usually appear on agriRxiv within 72 hours.
By submitting to agriRxiv you confirm that your work has been carried out according to the appropriate ethical research practices. You also confirm that your work is your own, and does not include the content of others without their permission, including text and images.
Neither CABI nor agriRxiv confirms or endorses the approach or conclusions of any article posted on the service.
WITHDRAWING AN ARTICLE
Manuscripts posted on agriRxiv are part of the scientific record. agriRxiv’s policy is that papers cannot be removed. Authors may, however, have their article marked as ‘Withdrawn’ if they no longer stand by their findings/conclusions or acknowledge fundamental errors in the article. To withdraw an article please email email@example.com, stating your reasons.
Preprints can be cited using their digital object identifier (DOI).
Example: Author AN, Author BT. 2020. My article title. agriRxiv doi: XXX
- Leisa Armstrong, Edith Cowan University, Australia
- Arianna Becerril García, Autonomous University of the State of Mexico, Redalyc/AmeliCA, Mexico
- Susmita Das, Bangladesh Agricultural Research Council
- Abeer Elhalwagi, National Gene Bank, Egypt
- Gopinath KA, Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture
- Niklaus Grünwald, USDA Agricultural Research Service
- Sridhar Gutam, ICAR IIHR/Open Access India
- Vinodh Ilangovan, Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry
- Jayalakshmi M, ANGRAU, India
- Khelif Karima, Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique d'Algérie
- Dinesh Kumar, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute
- Satendra Kumar Singh, Indian Council of Agricultural Research
- Devika P. Madalli, DRTC/Indian Statistical Institute, India
- Prateek Mahalwar, Cellulosic Technologies UG, Germany
- Liz Marchant, Taylor & Francis
- Bernard Pochet, University of Liège - Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech
- Vassilis Protonotarios, NEUROPUBLIC
- Andy Robinson, CABI
- Paraj Shukla, King Saud University
- Chandni Singh, Indian Institute for Human Settlements
- Kuldeep Singh Jadon, ICAR-Central Arid Zone Research Institute, India
- Rajeev K Varshney, CGIAR/ICRISAT, India
- Sumant Vyas, ICAR- National Research Centre on Camel, India
- Oya Yildirim Rieger, Ithaka S+R/ITHAKA, USA