The International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture (IJROWA) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open access quarterly journal.
Journal DOI: 10.57647/IJROWA
All submitted manuscripts are checked for similarity through a trustworthy software named iThenticate to be assured about its originality and then rigorously peer-reviewed by the international reviewers.
IJROWA Journal is fully supported by the Islamic Azad University–Isfahan Branch, who provide funds to cover all costs of publication, including the Article Processing Charges (APC’s) for all authors. Therefore the journal is both free to read and free to publish.
The journal publishes high-quality review paper, in all areas of recycling of organic waste including:
•Solid waste reuse in agriculture
•Waste water reuse in agriculture
•Utilization of organic wastes: composting
•Ways to reduce, reuse and recycle organic waste
•Social and economic impact of reduction, reuse and recycling of organic waste in agriculture
•Methods to raise the public awareness of recycling and reuse of organic waste in agriculture
•Organic waste utilization in animal and poultry nutrition
•Urban food waste composting
•Agricultural crop residues for wastewater treatment
We welcome professors/researchers to submit proposals for SPECIAL ISSUES in the International Journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture. Special issue proposals can be submitted throughout the year. If you are interested in publishing a special issue with us, please send us your proposal to IJROWA at Ijrowa@khuisf.ac.ir; email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purpose: Solid organic waste is a major environmental issue in various parts of the world. Proper management techniques for disposing of such wastes can reduce health issues as well as contamination of the environment. Modern scientific techniques in conjugation with traditional practices can manage biowaste in an efficient, economical, and sustainable manner. This present review […]
Purpose: Co-composting of mango by-products and biogas solid residue eliminates some shortcomings of composting these wastes separately. Specifically, co-composing solves the problem of the low pH values in mango by-products while enhances biodegradable organic matter of biogas solid residues. However, no research report is available on co-composting of mango by-products (MB) and biogas solid residue […]
Purpose: Utilization of waste oil palm empty fruit bunches as an ameliorant in the form of biochar enriched with chicken manure and urea fertilizer to increase the fertility of immature (seedling) oil palm planted on peat soil which has poor soil physical, chemical, and biological characteristics. Methods: Biochar material, namely empty fruit bunches, was subjected […]