Reviewer for BJAFS

Borneo Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences (BJAFS) is inviting experts who have high level of knowledge in their research field. We need a constant team of reviewers. Would you like to volunteer? Reviewer for our journal will participate in the reviewing process and make recommendations to whether a manuscript is suitable for publishing or not.

BJAFS is open access journal that focus on the sciences of tropical agriculture and forestry. Both fields can be in the aspect of agronomy, crop protection, farm management, entrepreneurship, extension, social, environment, botany, silviculture, ecology, forest management, timber certification, wood technology and outdoor recreation.

BJAFS acknowledges and realizes the contribution of our valued reviewers. These expert reviewers greatly contribute to the high standards of our journal, and we would like a range of expertise to participate and volunteer as our reviewer.

If you are interested, please send your c.v. through the email to the Editor (

Responsibility of the Reviewer

Disclosure, Conflicts of Interest and Confidentiality

Reviewers should promptly notify the editor if there are conflicts of interest resulting from competitive, collaborative, or other relationships or connections with any of the authors, companies, or institutions connected to the manuscripts. Information or ideas obtained through review process as confidential and they should not use this information for personal advantage.

Contribution to Editorial Decision

Reviewer play an important role to the editors in making editorial decisions and through the editorial communications; the reviewers assist the authors in improving the manuscript.

Revision of the manuscript

Reviewers should express their views objectively and clearly with supporting arguments. There shall be no personal criticism of the author. Reviewer should also notify and comment if there are insufficient references cited and gap or overlapping or similarity between reviewing manuscript and published article which they have personal knowledge.


Assigned reviewer who feels inadequately qualified to review the assigned manuscript or knows that its prompt review will be impossible should notify the editor and to be excused from the review process.