Nominate a Colleague for an Award
Each year, APS honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the science of plant pathology. The nomination process is now open for all 2017 APS awards, and the application deadline is November 1. View the awards and nomination guidelines online.
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SCIENCE
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Resource Announcements are concise articles describing new resources available for the study of plant pathogens and plant–microbe interactions, as well as plant-associated data of interest to the broader community. Learn more about this new type of article, and submit yours today.
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De Cuyper and Goormachtig review the effects and functions of strigolactones, which have recently been shown to serve as signals in the rhizosphere for both beneficial fungi and parasitic plants. Open access for a limited time.
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Stumpf et al. found that cultivars varied in susceptibility to infection and that a significantly higher incidence of center rot was observed for bulbs inoculated during the first leaf senescence stage. Open access for a limited time.
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MEETINGS
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ICPP2018 Keynote Session topics will range from emerging plant disease and global food security to novel approaches to insect-vectored plant diseases to the functions of plant pathology in food safety. Learn more!
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Explore the ICPP2018 Concurrent Sessions. Covering the A to Z of plant health in a global economy, Concurrent Sessions will be sure to inform and inspire you. Learn more!
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When you donate to the PhytoFund, you support APS efforts to expand our global community by bringing plant pathologists from developing countries to ICPP2018. Any amount will assist us in reaching our $20,000 goal.
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DIVISIONS
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Abstract submission and meeting registration are now open for the 2018 Southern Division Meeting, which will be held February 16–18, 2018, at the Chancellor Hotel in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Apply for a Foundation Award
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ENGAGE
The APS Public Policy Board (PPB) was recently notified that AAAS will accept applications from early career professionals for the Leshner Leadership Institute Fellowship until November 1, 2017.
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RESOURCES
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Rosli and Gleason demonstrate to students the challenges faced by apple farmers in managing fungicide spraying to control sooty blotch and flyspeck in their orchards.
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Attention APS members: Take advantage of our free webinars, which range from October's two-part series focusing on effective SciComm with stakeholders to December's webinar providing tools for successful grant writing. Register today!
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APS and Plant Management Network can help build impact for your grant-funded outreach efforts with quality educational and support materials. Click to learn more, or contact us.
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Laboratory Protocols for Phytophthora Species is a collection of 76 sets of instructions and images that will help you optimize research, develop custom techniques, and more. Order today!
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A 25-year update of an APS bestseller, this new full-color resource (Cartwright et al., eds.) addresses the major shifts in cultivation, continued shrinkage of genetic diversity, and development of more intense cultural management systems. Preorder and save $10! Ships in January 2018.
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This volume, edited by M. L. Gullino et al., focuses on biological threats that have the capacity to affect and damage agriculture, infect plants, and ultimately impact food and feed at any stage in the supply chain. Order today!
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RECENT JOBS
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NEWS
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