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Editorial

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 February 2007

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The Editorial Board of the Journal of Agricultural Science has been keen to develop the Journal as it enters its second century of publication. Our first innovation was a series of Centenary Reviews. These proved so popular with authors that we were able to publish these over 2005 and 2006, reflecting the first volume of the journal in 1905/06. However, we are keen to develop the Journal still further. We traditionally publish the Proceedings of the Agricultural Modellers' Group (Vol. 144, pp. 449–465), and this year we have expanded this to Proceedings of the Second Meeting of the European Association of Operational Research Societies (EURO) working group on Operational Research in Agriculture and Forest Management (Vol. 144, pp. 467–472). The Senior Editors will be happy to consider suggestions for additional meeting reports (email Bob Naylor (reln@abdn.ac.uk) for crop and soil science subjects or Julian Wiseman (julian.wiseman@nottingham.ac.uk) for animal science topics).

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