Журнал "Проблемы агрохимии и экологии"



ISSN 2072-0386

The journal publishes the results of experimental studies and theoretical generalizations developed by the leading schools of agronomists and ecologists for assessment of the ecological status in agriculture and the elaboration the measures directed on decrease of negative consequences from possible contamination of agroecosystems.

Priority areas include: research on the implementation of environmental functions of agrochemistry in modern agriculture, the development of measures to prevent the soil fertility degradation in the regions of Russia and CIS countries, the development of agrochemical researches in the international geographical network of experiments with fertilizers, the improvement of agrochemical service in agriculture taking into account new economy conditions.


The founder

Innovation Center at All-Russia Research Institute of Agrochemistry named after D. N. Pryanishnikov 


The journal is published since January, 2008



Sychev Victor Gavrilovich


The Director of the Federal state budgetary scientific institution "All-Russian scientific research Institute named after D. N. Pryanishnikov"

Sychev V.G. was born July 28, 1955 in the settlement "Kuban steppe" in Kanev district of Krasnodar region.

•Graduated from the Moscow agricultural Academy named after K. A. Timiryazev (1979);

•The candidate of agricultural Sciences (1984);

•Doctor of agricultural Sciences (2000);

•Professor (2005);

•Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of agricultural Sciences (2001);

•Full Member (academician) of the Russian Academy of Sciences (2007);

•Foreign Member (Academician) of Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences (2010);

•Honorary Professor of Kuban state agrarian University (2010),

•Honorary Doctor of Belarusian state agricultural Academy (2007);

•Honorary Professor of the Bryansk state agricultural Academy (2004). 

Founder and chief editor of the journal “Plodorodie” (Fertility) (2001).

Chief editor of the scientific-theoretical journal “Problems of Agrochemistry and Ecology”

Vice-President of the International Union of agrochemists and agroecologists;

member of the scientific Committee of the International scientific centre for fertilizers (CIEC),

Author of over 350 scientific works, including 20 monographs and 12 patents for inventions.

Editorial board

V.S. Egorov (associated editor) – doctor of biological sciences, Professor of Agrochemistry and Plant Biochemistry chair, Lomonosov Moscow State University

N.V. Verkhovtseva (responsible editor) – doctor of biological sciences, professor, Professor of Agrochemistry and Plant Biochemistry chair, Lomonosov Moscow State University

S.A.Bal'uk – academician, Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences, The director of Ukrain institute of Head of Soil Science and Agrochemistry

N.M. Belous – doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, professor of Agrochemistry, Soil Science and Ecology chair, Bryansk State Agricultural Academy

N.N. Dubenok – academician, Russian Academy of sciences, head of forestry and landscape melioration chair, Russian State Agrarian University - Moscow Agricultural Academy named after K.A. Timiryazev

R.E. Eleshev – academician, Republic Kazakhstan academy of sciences, Director of Research Agrobiology and Ecology institute attached to Kazakhstan National Agrarian University

Ju.I. Ermohin – doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, professor of Agrochemistry chair, Omsk State Agrarian University

A.L. Ivanov – academician, Russian Academy of sciences, Director of Soil Science Institute after V.V. Dokuchaev

A.I. Ivanov – doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, Head of Department of Physical-Chemical Melioration of Soils and Agricultural experimentation, Agrophysical Institute of Russian Academy of sciences

N.A.Kulikova – doctor of biological sciences,  leading researcher of Department of General agriculture and Agroecology, Lomonosov Moscow State University

V.V. Lapa – corresponding member, Belarus National academy of sciences, professor, Director of Soil Science and Agrochemistry Institute of Belarus National academy of sciences

G.E. Larina – doctor of biological sciences, professor, State University of land management

M.I. Makarov – doctor of biological sciences, professor, Head of General Soil Science Chair

T.F. Persikova – doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, Dean of the Agroecological  Faculty, Belarus National State Agricultural Academy

A.I. Podkolzin – doctor of biological sciences, Professor of Agronomic Chemistry and Plant Physiology Chair, Stavropol State Agrarian University

V.V. Pron'ko – doctor of agricultural sciences, professor, Head of the Department of science and development Of the scientific and production Association "Power of life»

V.A.Romanenkov – doctor of biological sciences, professor Russian Academy of sciences, Head of Agrochemistry and Plant Boichemistry Chair

A.S. Saparov – academician, Republic Kazakhstan Academy of agricultural sciences, General Director of the Kazakh research Institute of soil science and agrochemistry named after U. U. Usmanov

V.M. Semenov – doctor of biological sciences, Institute of physical, chemical and biological problems of soil science, chief researcher

A.I. Syso – doctor of biological sciences, professor, Director of the Institute of soil science and Agrochemistry SB RAS

S.P.Torshin – doctor of biological sciences, professor, Head of agronomic, biological chemistry and radiology Chair, Russian state agrarian University - Timiryazev Moscow agricultural Academy

L.L. Ubugunov – doctor of biological sciences, professor, Director of the Institute of General and experimental biology SB RAS

A.H. Sheudzhen – academician, Russian Academy of sciences, Head of. Agrochemistry chair, Kuban state agrarian University


S.A. Shoba – corresponding member, Russian Academy of Sciences, Dean of the faculty of soil science of Lomonosov Moscow state University, General Director of the Expert and analytical center for environmental problems "Ecoterra"

Rules for authors

1. The journal accepts original, previously unpublished articles. Submitted to the editorial office articles undergo an anonymous peer review for their expert evaluation and, if necessary, edited. All reviewers are acknowledged experts on the subject of the reviewed materials and have publications on peer-reviewed articles for the last 3 years. Reviews are stored in the publishing house and the editorial office for 5 years.

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