Association of Agrometeorologists

 Guidelines to Authors

General rules

  1. Journal of Agrometeorology, a quarterly journal appearing in March, June, September and December published by “Association of Agrometeorologists” Anand, includes the articles contributed by the members of the Association and invited articles of eminent researchers.
  1. The journal publishes full- length papers, short communication based on new finding/approaches and review articles in English only.
  1. The paper submitted for the publication in the journal should not contain material already published in any form or even a part of it offered for publication elsewhere.
  1. Authors should submit a certificate duly signed by all authors to the effect that material contained has not been submitted elsewhere for publication.
  1. All papers are published after peer review and thereafter approved by the Editorial Board.
  1. Submission of paper does not guarantee its acceptance or publication in Journal of Agrometeorology.
  1. It is mandatory for the Corresponding author to be member of the Association of Agrometeorologists. During the time of acceptance of paper all authors should be member. Authors who are already member, please mention membership number of authors during submission of paper.

Preparation of manuscript

  1. Articles should not exceed 15 double spaced typed pages including references, tables, figures etc.
  1. Title of contribution should be short, specific and phrased to identify the content in the article and include the nature of the study. It must written in running letters with first letter capital.
  1. The names and initials of the place where research was conducted should be given as the by-line. Any change in the address of correspondence address should be given in a footnote. AUTHORS NAME should be in capital letters.
  1. Manuscript should be typed in 12 pt Times New Roman in double space throughout on A4 size paper with a minimum 3 cm left margin. The manuscript should be submitted through email to with a copy to
  1. Abstract should not exceed 200 words. Key words upto 6 may be given beneath the abstract.
  1. Where the methods are well known, citation of standard work would suffice.
  1. The result may be supported by tables or graphics, wherever necessary. Self- explanatory tables should be on separate sheets, with appropriate titles. While referring in texts, the first letter in Table and Fig. should be capital with Fig. in short form.
  1. References should be cited chronologically in the text. All references in the text must be listed at the end of the paper, with names of the author arranged alphabetically; all entries in the text must correspond to references in the text.
  1. The references should include the names of the authors, year, full title of the article, name of the journal (abbreviated form), volume number and pages. In case of book and monographs etc. the name of publishers, place, and year with total number of pages should also be given. Journal title should be italic in abbreviated form.


  • Journal article

Pradhan, S., Sehgal, V.K., Sahoo, R.N., Bandyopadhyay, K.K., and Singh, R. (2018). Yield, water and radiation use efficiency of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) as influenced by irrigation levels in a semi-arid environment.  J. Agrometeorol., 20: 31-36.

  • Abstract in Proceedings

Munjal, R. and Rana, R.K. (2003). Evaluation of physiological traits in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) for terminal high temperature tolerance. In: Proceedings of the Tenth International Wheat Genetics Symposium, Classical and Molecular Breeding, Poestum, Italy, p.804-805.

  • Book chapter

Pandey, V and Patel, H.R. (2008). Impact of climate change on agriculture over Gujarat. In: Climate Change and Agriculture over India. (Eds. G.S.L.H.V Prasad Rao, G.G.S.N. Rao and Y.S. Ramakrishna). pp. 163-181, Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur.

  • Book

Bal, S.K., Mukherjee, J., Choudhury, B.U. and Dhawan, A.K. (2018). Advances in Crop Environment Interaction. Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd., p.437

  • Report/ bulletin

Mokashi, D.D., Jadhav, J.D., Khadtare, S.V., Rao, G.G.S.N., Bavadekar, V.R. and Kadam, J.R. (2008). A two Decadal Research in Agrometeorology. AICRP on Agrometeorology, ZARS, Solapur

Food and Agriculture Organization. (2016). El Nino event in Vietnam: Agriculture, food security and livelihood need assessment in response to drought and salt water intrusion. Assessment Report, P.75.

  • Thesis

Pramod V.P. (2019). Thermal and Moisture Regimes of Wheat Under Projected Climate Change Scenario in India. (Doctoral Dissertation, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam).

  • Web reference Directorate of Economics and Statistics, Department of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers’ Welfare (2015), Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi.

CIMMYT (2018). High temperature effect on wheat.

  1. Authors are requested to follow the international system of units for exact measurement of physical quantities.
  2. All correspondence should be addressed to;

Regarding membership

Dr. S. B. Yadav


Association of Agrometeorologists

Dept. of Agricultural Meteorology

Anand Agricultural University

Anand – 388 110, Gujarat, India

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Regarding manuscript

Dr. Santanu Kumar Bal

Managing Editor

Journal of Agrometeorology

ICAR – CRIDA, Santoshnagar,

Hyderabad – 500 059, Telangana, India

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Check list:

  1. Manuscript is typed in double space throughout in 12 pt Times New Roman.
  1. Title is written in running letters only.
  1. AUTHORS NAME is capitalized.
  1. Sub-headings are left aligned in italic.
  1. Check all references cited in the text are in the references and vice-versa.
  1. Give journal name in abbreviated forms in italic in the references.
  1. Book title and report name are given in full.
  1. Tables and Fig. are on separate page and numbered in the order in which discussed in the text.