The scientific journal Scientia agriculturae bohemoslovaca came into being in 1969, just after the period of "Prague Spring", as ongoing journal for the one previously published in the Russian language only. Until 1990, scientific contributions in this Czechoslovak journal were published in all world languages, primarily in English, German and Russian. Its main mission was to acquaint the scientific public of the world with the results of Czech and Slovak science and research. In 1991 the Czech University of Agriculture in Prague (now called in English the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague) took over publishing of the Journal with an updated name of SCIENTIA AGRICULTURAE BOHEMICA (SAB). It has since become an international scientific journal which is published quarterly in English, with an expanded Czech abstract. It is accessible to all authors who are orientated to publishing results from the areas of agriculture, food production and forestry, including environmental sciences, quality of agricultural produce, agricultural and biological engineering, economics and management, rural development, and other similar fields.
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