Journal History

Journal of AGRISEP was first published by the Department of Agricultural Socio-Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, the University of Bengkulu in 2002. From 2002 to 2007, Journal of AGRISEP Journal did not have a p-ISSN yet. On 29 May 2007, Journal of AGRISEP has a p-ISSN number of 1412 8837. Journal of AGRISEP was published as a media for disseminating research results, reviews, and comment on published articles not only written by lecturers and students in the University of Bengkulu but also by other scientific communities. Initially, the journal of  AGRISEP had a white and A4-sized cover, but in its development, the cover colour of the printed journal AGRISEP changed with yellow dominance with green bursts not only to symbolize the colours of the Agricultural Socio-Economics’ Department but also to give a more interesting look. Meanwhile, the size of the journal layout also changes to B5. The colour and size change was made in 2009. Along with the development of technology, Journal of AGRISEP has also begun introducing online version starting early 2014 by adopting Online Journal System to improve service quality to the public and expanding the reach of the audience with an e-ISSN number of 2579 9959 on 06 Mei 2017. Journal of AGRISEP is currently under the management of Agricultural Faculty Publishing Agency (Badan Penerbit Fakultas Pertanian = BPFP) Bengkulu University along with other journals in the Faculty of Agriculture, University of Bengkulu. Jurnal AGRISEP distributed twice a year in June and September.  Journal AGRISEP is dedicated to researchers and academics intent on publishing research, scientific thinking, and other original scientific ideas. The article published in the Journal AGRISEP is the author's original work with a broad spectrum of topics covering agricultural and resources economics, agribusiness management, rural sociology, agrarian studies, regional development, agricultural politics and policies, natural resource and environmental management, as well as agricultural and rural extension.