Submit Your Paper

Submit Your Paper

All the submissions to Phytopathologia Mediterranea are handled via our editorial system.

In order to submit your manuscript online you must register in our website at this link.

Once registered, please check the flag “Author” in Roles of your Profile. If you have an ORCID iD, you must add it to your PROFILE in the PUBLIC section.

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission’s compliance with all of the items listed here, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

You can find more information on Phytopathologia Mediterranea submission webpage.

Authors Guidelines

Requirements for Publication

The criteria for a publishable manuscript include novelty, education, suitability, and presentation.
To be considered for publication by Phytopathologia Mediterranea, a manuscript must:

Authors Guidelines

Criteria for acceptance

01. The international relevance of the data to be published and the significant contribution to the advancement of knowledge are major requirements.

02. Papers reporting surveys on local presence of particular diseases known from other regions will not be accepted. Similarly, epidemiological descriptions and evaluation of local host varieties can be accepted only if they present new facts or control measures, new methodology, or control strategies clearly valid outside of the area from which the data originate.

03. Papers on disease control products, methods, strategies and on selection of biocontrol agents will be included in the peer review process only if they describe new approaches or new procedures having significant impact in field trials.

04. All experiments should be repeated, or the experimental design should be robust. In the case of the use of plant extracts, the concentration of the active ingredient should be indicated or, if the active ingredient is not yet identified, a clear method of preparation should be reported. In this case the trials should be carried out with two independent batches.

You can find the detailed guidelines for authors here.