We use cookies to improve your website experience. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. By closing this message, you are consenting to our use of cookies.

Plant Health & Environment

Protecting Plants, Protecting Life

Featured content from our plant sciences portfolio

Plant health plays a critical role in protecting our environment

In celebration of International Year of Plant Health and  in acknowledgement of the importance of this research, we’ve set free leading articles from our portfolio that relate to the theme of how protecting plant health can protect our environment.

All featured research will be available via this page until 31 December 2020 for you to read, share and cite.

Explore the collection and join in the conversation at @tandfbiosci

Plant Health & the Environment

Journal Article Authors Year
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Impact of intensive agricultural management on carbon and nitrogen dynamics in the humid tropics Benito Heru Purwanto & Syamsu Alam 2019
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition Effect of the long-term application of organic matter on soil carbon accumulation and GHG emissions from a rice paddy field in a cool-temperate region, Japan. -I. Comparison of rice straw and rice straw compost - Fumiaki Takakai, yasuhiro Kominami, Satoshi et al. 2019
Journal of Plant Interactions Plant strategies in extremely stressful environments: are the effects of nurse plants positive on all understory species? Ali A. Al-namazi & Stephen P. Bonser 2020
Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica, Section B - Soil & Plant Science Biological control: a sustainable and practical approach for plant disease management Moh Tariq, Amir Khan, Mohd Asif et al. 2020
Mycologia Using collections data to infer biogeographic, environmental, and host structure in communities of endophytic fungi Yu-Ling Huang, elizabeth A. Bowman, Nicholas C. Massimo et al. 2018
European Journal of Phycology Hidden diversity in the oomycete genus Olpidiopsis is a potential hazard to red algal cultivation and conservation worldwide Yacine Badis, tatyana A. Klochkova, Janina Brakel et al. 2020
Plant Ecology & Diversity Environment, not phylogeny, drives herbivory and leaf attributes in trees from two contrasting forest formations of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest Aline A. do Nascimento, Lindiany C. da Silva carvalho, maria R. g. Vega et al. 2020
Botany Letters Monographs of invasive plants in Europe: Carpobrotus Josefina G. Campoy, Alicia T. R. Acosta, Laurence Affre et al. 2018
Botany Letters Impact of environmental change on a rare high-mountain tall-herb species: a case study on Achillea lingulata in the Ukrainian Carpathians Yuriy Kobiv & Valentyna Kobiv 2019
South African Journal of Plant and Soil Impact of climate change on yield and water use efficiencies of potato in different production regions of South Africa Ac Franke, LN Muelelwa & JM Steyn 2020
New Zealand Journal of Botany Epichloe novae-zelandiae, a new endophyte from the endemic New Zealand grass Poa matthewsii Adrian Leuchtmann, carolyn A. Young & Alan V. Stewart 2019
New Zealand Journal of Botany Continuous low dosing of cationic polyacrylamide (PAM) to enhance algal harvest from a hectare-scale wastewater treatment high rate algal pond Jason B.K. Park, Chris Meerman & Rupert Craggs 2018

Open Access Plant Sciences

We publish a wide range of plant science titles covering fields including plant ecology, botany, phycology, mycology, and plant pathology. Our Open Access journals in this subject area are a fantastic option for researchers and readers alike.

Your Research. Your Choice

Reach more readers with our Plant Science, Ecology & Natural History journals. Taylor & Francis is dedicated to providing multiple publishing options that fit the needs and requirements of today’s researcher.

Latest tweets from Taylor & Francis Bioscience