Issue 1 - Jan-Mar- 2021 Article Count: 0
Issue 2 - Apr-June- 2021 Article Count: 10
In this number, the second of this year 2021, there is an outstanding variability of themes, where there is first an article on the spatial variability of organic matter in cultivated soils and the use of novel techniques to assess the influence of this soil component in crop productivity, as in the case of Ipomoea batatas (sweet potato). Concerning the problem of edaphological studies, there are contributions to soil moisture, physical properties, as well as the effect of salinity in the cultivation of corn. In the same way, you can find out the results obtained with the QuitoMax® in garlic, the application of the AquaCrop model in the irrigation of common beans and as the culmination of this issue, Centro Agrícola offers its readers two contributions to the flora of Cuba, and Within this theme, a new record for the Cuban ruderal flora, and a magnificent vision of the Herbarium "Julian Acuña Galé" of the University of Camagüey. Centro Agrícola continues with its informative work, after 47 years of continuous struggle in the wonderful world of agricultural sciences.
Issue 3 - Jul-Sep- 2021 Article Count: 0
The editorial composition of number 3 of our journal in 2021 shows the range of topics and contents, clearly reflecting and you will see, the broad profile that it comprises since its inception. In these 48 years of uninterrupted edition, this serial publication of Agricultural Sciences can be considered the longevity and longest of all Cuban journals on this topic. This issue includes contributions on the common bean, tomato and sugarcane, three crops that have a preponderance in Cuban agriculture. Similarly, studies on heavy metals in soil contamination, nitrogen volatilization and the use of macroalgae as biostimulants show interesting results within the soil-fertility universe. Contributions on the conservation of botanical heritage, the phytochemical characterization of weeds and the scarification of Clitoria ternatea seeds complete this number within the study on Cuban flora. The latter, as a tribute to the Villa Clara Botanical Garden, which next October will be 65 years old after its creation.
With the best hope that these contributions serve our readers to increase their agricultural cultural heritage.