PubHort
crossroads of horticultural publications

Pubhort is a service of  the International Society for Horticultural Science as part of its mission to promote and to encourage research in all branches of horticulture, and to efficiently transfer knowledge on a global scale. The PubHort platform aims to provide opportunities not only to ISHS publications but also to other important series of related societies and organisations. The ISHS and its partners welcome their members to use this valuable tool and invite others to share their commitment to our profession. The PubHort eLibrary portal contains over 62,000 downloadable full text scientific articles in pdf format.

Acta Horticulturae
A series of scientific - technical publications, mainly devoted to the proceedings of the ISHS Symposia and the ISHS International Horticultural Congress covering the whole range of horticultural sciences. Since 1964 Acta Horticulturae has grown into one of the leading series in horticultural science with tens of thousands of researchers all over the world using this resource to stay in touch with advances in their profession. Acta Horticulturae volumes available in both electronic format (ActaHort CD-rom) and hardcopy as well as pay-per-view article downloads. Acta Horticulturae is indexed in all major databases including AGRICOLA and CABabstracts and is the flagship serial publication of the International Society for Horticultural Science.

The Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology
This Journal exists to publish results of research on fruit and other perennial crops, vegetables and ornamentals in commercial, amenity and/or recreational horticulture. Papers are welcomed from both temperate and tropical countries describing original investigations of interest to those engaged in scientific research and the practice of horticulture.

Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science (JJSHS)
JJSHS is a quarterly journal published by the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science.

Journal of the American Pomological Society (APS)
The quarterly Journal of the American Pomological Society (formerly Fruit Varieties Journal 1973 to 1999) contains refereed technical articles and a wide variety of applied articles relating to fruit varieties. Previously it was the Fruit Varieties and Horticultural Digest from 1946 to 1972.

Journal of the International Society for Mushroom Science (ISMS)

Fruits
Fruits is a scientific journal for original articles and reviews on fruit crops in temperate, Mediterranean, subtropical and tropical regions. Fruits covers a wide range of subjects (agronomy, physiology, genetics, crop protection, postharvest storage, product processing and marketing).

Proceedings of the IPPS (International Plant Propagators' Society)
The International Plant Propagators' Society exists to bring together all those with an interest in the many different facets of plant propagation and production especially ornamental horticulture, vegetable and fruit plant production, floriculture, silviculture, plantation crop production, amenity horticulture, and all other fields related to the production of plants for public use.

Proceedings of the Interamerican Society for Tropical Horticulture
The series of Proceedings of the InterAmerican Society for Tropical Horticulture is published yearly following the annual meeting and covers papers presented at that meeting.

Scripta Horticulturae
Scripta Horticulturae is a new series published by International Society for Horticultural Sciences. Scripta Horticulturae is devoted to specific horticultural issues such as position papers, crop or technology monographs and special workshops or conferences.

Date Palm Conferences
Proceedings of the First and Second International Conference on Date Palms, Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates, 1998 and 2001 respectively (courtesy of UAE University). Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Date Palms will be published in the series Acta Horticulturae.


 

 

 

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