Agronomy 10th Anniversary Outstanding Reviewer Awards

Winner announcement date (expired): 31 January 2021
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Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to announce the winners of the Agronomy 10th Anniversary Outstanding Reviewer Award. The Agronomy Editorial Board and Editorial Team would like to gratefully acknowledge the time and energy dedicated by reviewers in checking the manuscripts submitted to Agronomy. It is due to their efforts that the high quality of the journal and quick turnaround is maintained.

The following awardees have been selected by the Editor-in-Chief of Agronomy, Prof. Dr. Peter Langridge. Each of them will receive 500 CHF, an offer to publish a Paper free of charge in Agronomy before 31 June 2021, and a certificate to recognize their outstanding work:

Prof. Dr. Imre J. Holb
Affiliation: Institute of Horticulture, University of Debrecen, Debrecen, Hungary.
Research Interest: plant pathology; plant disease epidemiology; disease warning and forecasting; plant disease management; integrated pest management; disease and pest management in organic fruit and vegetable production; sustainable agriculture and horticulture.

Dr. Ioannis Mylonas
Affiliation: Institute of Plant Breeding and Genetic Resources, Hellenic Agricultural Organization-Demeter, Greece.
Research Interest: cereal genetic and breeding; organic breeding; plant genetic resources; field evaluation; agronomy; tolerance to abiotic and biotic stress; adaptation to climate changes; responsiveness to high and low inputs; G × E interaction; stability measurements; molecular techniques, quality and physiological parameters.

Prof. Dr. Janusz Podleśny
Affiliation: Department of Forage Crop Production, Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, Pulawy, Poland.
Research Interest: plant physiology; plant biology; abiotic stress tolerance; plant environmental stress physiology; crop physiology; plant development; photosynthesis; seed germination; environmental stresses; abiotic stress; seeds; seed production; drought stress; chlorophyll fluorescence; seed dormancy; dormancy; germination; seed storage proteins.

Dr. Nikolaos Tsakirpaloglou
Affiliation: The Crop Genome Editing Laboratory (CGEL), Texas A&M University and Texas A&M AgriLife Research, College Station, USA.
Research Interest: genome editing; Crop Improvement; biofortification; gene validation; transgenic product development; agriculture; malnutrition.

Kind regards,
Prof. Dr. Peter Langridge
Editor-in-Chief, Agronomy

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