International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability

Papers
(The H4-Index of International Journal of Agricultural Sustainability is 15. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Food security and climate-smart agriculture in the lower Mekong basin of Southeast Asia: evaluating impacts of system of rice intensification with special reference to rainfed agriculture33
Going digital in agriculture: how radio and SMS can scale-up smallholder participation in legume-based sustainable agricultural intensification practices and technologies in Tanzania31
Embedding digital agriculture into sustainable Australian food systems: pathways and pitfalls to value creation30
Adoption by adaptation: moving from Conservation Agriculture to conservation practices30
Conservation Agriculture: factors and drivers of adoption and scalable innovative practices in Indo-Gangetic plains of India– a review28
Do farmers care about pollinators? A cross-site comparison of farmers’ perceptions, knowledge, and management practices for pollinator-dependent crops27
Do community seed banks contribute to the social-ecological resilience of communities? A case-study from western Guatemala24
The effects of agroecological farming systems on smallholder livelihoods: a case study on push–pull system from Western Kenya24
Zero-tillage wheat provides stable yield and economic benefits under diverse growing season climates in the Eastern Indo-Gangetic Plains23
Farmers’ Organizations as innovation intermediaries for agroecological innovations in Burkina Faso22
Supporting smallholders’ decision making: managing trade-offs and synergies for sustainable agricultural intensification22
Changing agricultural stubble burning practices in the Indo-Gangetic plains: is the Happy Seeder a profitable alternative?21
Do voluntary certification standards improve yields and wellbeing? Evidence from oil palm and cocoa smallholders in Ghana21
Four critical conditions for agroecological transitions in Europe17
Sustainable agricultural intensification and gender-biased land tenure systems: an exploration and conceptualization of interactions15
Understanding and informing decisions on Sustainable Agricultural Intensification in Sub-Saharan Africa15
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