Why are ASHS journals on different sites?
What browsers are recommended?
Our platform is configured for use with current iterations of:
- MS Edge
- Internet Explorer 11 is supported though some features may not be optimized for that browser. Earlier versions of Internet Explorer are not supported.
If you experience issues viewing aspects of the site, please ensure that you are using one of the above browsers and that it is fully updated.
All Users have the option to create "My Account: which all them to create links to articles of interest and search criteria and manage their email alerting Website. During "Free Registrations" Users select a username and password which muct be dept confidential and not be disclosed to or shared with anyone else.
If you are not able to log into the site, or if you have forgotten your username, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at the address below:
American Society for Horticultural Science
1018 Duke Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
In what formats is ASHS journal content available online?
Subscribers may access the full text HTML and inline PDF journal content on our new Online platform. We also offer the option to download the PDF version of all articles.
What will happen to all my bookmarks from the old site. Will they still work?
Rest assured, your bookmarks will continue to work. As part of our migration we are putting in place URL redirects that direct from our old website to our new platform. We encourage you to update your bookmarks to the new journal pages on the ASHS website to optimize your user experience.
How do I receive alerts about new content?
You can receive table of contents alerts and notification of new articles on the various journal homepages as well as being able to access the journal’s RSS feed. See below for the direct links to all three ASHS publications.
Article citation alerts are accessible for individual articles.
To edit your alerts, please log in to your account, navigate to “My ASHS” and then “My alerts”.
Help with the Annotation tool
You are able to add annotations to journal articles as you read them. Highlight the text to add comments. These comments are accessible via your account, “My ASHS” once you are logged into the site.
Can you give me permission to reuse an image?
Please see the permissions page for more details.
Are there direct links to the new journal pages?
Yes, our journals may be found at the following locations:
Journal of the ASHS: https://journals.ashs.org/view/journals/jashs/jashs-overview.xml