The Journal contains the original article of the research related to the problem areas of Agricultural Production, Animal Production, Agribusiness Management, and Agricultural Technology
Focus and Scope
Journal of Scientific Innovations is intended as a media publication of scientific articles in Agricultural Sciences
Innovation is the scope of the Scientific Journal of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Technology and Agribusiness Management.
Scientific journals published by P3M Innovation Polytechnic of Jember
Journal of Scientific Innovation accept scientific articles from around the world. All articles published charged publishing and open online access to all the readers at no charge.
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Peer Review Process
The review process involves two reviewers for each manuscript with a topic that corresponds to the competence reviewer. Authors of articles allowed to submit names of candidates reviewer. Rate reviewer first priority for editors to decide acceptance of the article, if necessary a third reviewer, reviewer admission decision based on the evaluation of two reviewer.Satu times the assessment process takes three weeks.
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
About the Jurnal
This publication Contains results of research
related to agriculture, agriculture, agricultural technology and
The publication of articles is essential in the development
of a comprehensive network of knowledge for a peer-reviewed journal.
Therefore, it is important that each publishers, editors, authors, and
reviewers should take the journal publishing process by themselves based
on the highest level of professional ethics and standards.
publisher’s dedication is to support the editor’s considerable efforts,
author’s academic contribution and reviewer’s appreciated voluntary
works. It is also the responsibility of a publisher to make sure that
the publication system runs smoothly, and to support the editor, authors
and reviewers in performing their ethical duties with the application
of ethical guidelines.
The followings are lists of the editor’s responsibilities:
editor should admit acknowledge receipt of submitted manuscripts
within two working days of receipt and makes sure the review process is
efficient, fair, and on time.
- The editor should ensure that
confidential manner is treated to the submitted manuscripts with no
disclosure of the content whatsoever other than the corresponding
author, reviewers, and the publisher, as necessary.
- The editor
should withdraw himself or herself from processing manuscripts when any
conflict of interest exists between him or her and the authors or
institutions in relation to the manuscripts
- The editor should
make sure no disclosure of the names and details of the reviewers to a
third party without the permission of the reviewers.
editor’s right includes the final decision on whether to accept or
reject a manuscript in refer to the significance, originality, and
clarity of the manuscript and its relevance to the journal.
editor should not oblige the authors to cite his or her journal as a
condition for the manuscript to be accepted for publication.
- The editor is not allowed to use any part or any data or work reported in the submitted manuscript for his or her own research.
editor should give prompt response and take reasonable measures upon
ethical complaint concerning a submitted manuscript or a published
paper, and he or she should contact and consult with the author
immediately, in which a written formal retraction or correction may also
The followings are lists of the author’s responsibilities:
author should not submit coexisting manuscripts (or manuscripts with
similar subject matter) to multiple journals. Also, he or she should not
submit any paper that has already been published anywhere. However,
when certain conditions are met, publication of articles on specific
subject matter, such as clinical guidelines and translations, in more
than one journal is acceptable.
- The author should present an accurate and brief report of his or her research with inseparable description of its significance.
author should gather and interpret his or her research data in an
honest manner. Publishers, editors, reviewers, and readers are allowed
to ask the author to provide the raw data for his or her research for
the editorial review and public access conveniences. If necessary, the
author should prepare such data for any possible use prior to
- The author should guarantee the originality of her
or his submitted work. The use or work and/or words by others should be
provided with appropriate citations. Any forms of plagiarism is an
unethical publishing behavior and highly intolerable.
- The author
should provide explicit indication of any sources supporting the
research as well as declaration of any conflict(s) of interest.
author should give acknowledgement to all of those who have made
contributions to the research. Those with significant contributions to
the research should be listed as coauthors who have affirmed the final
version of the paper and agreed on its final publication.
author should give prompt information to the editor when there is any
evident error(s) in his or her published paper, as well as earnest
cooperation with the editor in the retraction or correction of the
paper. When any party other than the author notifies the editor that the
published paper contains an obvious error, a retraction or correction
should be made by the author based on the medium of publication.
The followings are the lists of reviewer’s responsibilities:
reviewer should immediately notify the editor and excuse himself or
herself from the reviewing process of the manuscript or when he or she
feels unqualified to review the assigned manuscript, or affirms that he
or she cannot meet the deadline for completion of the review.
reviewer should inform the editor and withdraw himself or herself from
reviewing the manuscript if there is a conflict of interest.
Specifically, he or she should withdraw himself or herself from
reviewing any manuscript authored or coauthored by a person with an
obvious personal or academic relationship with him or her, if the
relationship may cause bias or the reasonable perception of bias.
reviewer should ensure that confidential manner is treated to the
manuscript. It should not be disclosed to or discussed with others
except as authorized by the editor.
- The reviewer should take objective approach upon the peer-review job. There should be no personal criticism to the author.
reviewer is not allowed to use any part or any data or work reported in
the submitted manuscript for his or her own research.
reviewer should immediately inform the editor when recognizing any
similarity between reviewed manuscript and another paper published or
under consideration by another journal. The reviewer should give
immediate call to the editor’s attention when the manuscript contains
plagiarism or fabricated data.