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We are pleased to share the most cited Special Issues published by Agronomy (ISSN: 2073-4395). These Special Issues are ranked by the average number of citations (total number of citations divided by the number of papers). The data are for the last 36 months.
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1. “Molecular Genetic Improvement of Crop Drought Tolerance”
Edited by Bu-Jun Shi
Average Citations: 16.6 | Number of Papers: 10
2. “Applications of Deep Learning in Smart Agriculture”
Edited by Saeid Homayouni, Yacine Bouroubi and Karem Chokmani
Average Citations: 14.07 | Number of Papers: 14
3. “Biochar from Agricultural Residues for Sustainable Farming and Recultivation”
Edited by Lukas Trakal
Average Citations: 14.07 | Number of Papers: 15
4. “Remote Sensing in Agriculture”
Edited by Vijay Singh
Average Citations: 11.77 | Number of Papers: 13
5. “Use of Bio-Fertilizers to Improve Crop Quality and Yield”
Edited by Elisa Gamalero, Simone Cantamessa and Patrizia Cesaro
Average Citations: 11.45 | Number of Papers: 11
6. “Crop Yield Prediction in Precision Agriculture”
Edited by Miklós Neményi and Anikó Nyéki
Average Citations: 11.4 | Number of Papers: 10
7. “Omics Approaches for Crop Improvement”
Edited by Roxana Yockteng, Andrés J. Cortés and María Ángeles Castillejo
Average Citations: 11 | Number of Papers: 11
8. “Worldwide Trends in Agronomy Research: Bibliometric Studies”
Edited by Francisco Manzano Agugliaro and Esther Salmerón-Manzano
Average Citations: 9.82 | Number of Papers: 11
9. “Management of Forest Pests and Diseases”
Edited by Manuel Nieves-Cordones and Francisco Rubio
Average Citations: 9 | Number of Papers: 10
10. “The Tripartite of Soilless Systems, Growing Media, and Plants through An Intensive Crop Production Scheme”
Edited by Nikos Tzortzakis, Daniele Massa and Bart Vandecasteele
Average Citations: 8.4 | Number of Papers: 15