"Environmental Stresses in Crop Sciences' is a journal publishing novel, high-impact scientific articles on both experimental and modelling research at the field, farm and landscape level as well as economical greenhouses on the responses of crops to abiotic stresses, with a focus on crop ecology, physiology, agronomy, and plant genetics and breeding. The journal's focus is major field crops for food and feed. Other species, including important medicinal crops and halophytes, could be considered if they contribute to the basic understanding of processes related to adaptation and acclimation of field crops under stressful condition. Horticultural (i.e., vegetable and fruit species), are outside the scope of the journal. Reviews and opinion papers covering the various subject areas are solicited; authors should contact the Editors-in-Chief before submission of a review or an opinion paper in order to establish the journal's interest in the topic and nature of the paper. Contributions dealing with emerging topics are especially welcomed.