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Hi INSERT_FIRST_NAME, here's your News Capsule for December 14...
Thank you, APS Volunteers!
APS extends a heartfelt thank-you to the 1,300 members who have volunteered their time and energy to support the society and the field of plant pathology. If you haven't yet, join your colleagues and get involved today!
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SCIENCE
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Divilov et al. compared estimates of sporulation and leaf trichomes obtained from manual visual and computer vision rating methods and determined that the computer method was both accurate and significantly faster. Open access for a limited time.
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Salgado et al. report how row spacing and nitrogen application in combination with fungicide applications affect the severity of Fusarium head blight and leaf rust of soft red winter wheat. Open access for a limited time.
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Target spot on cotton, caused by Corynespora cassiicola, is emerging as a serious disease. Fungicide and spray-nozzle arrangements affected disease management and yields in trials conducted by Hagan et al.
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ENGAGE
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Abstract submissions for ICPP2018 have closed. The Program Committee is diligently reviewing more than 1,750 abstracts representing numerous plant health science and research topics. Registration and housing will open in January 2018. Follow APS on social media for the latest updates.
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Interested in fostering plant-pathological research and extension globally? Want to work on training and outreach with scientists and extension personnel in developing countries? Then apply for a Global Experience Award!
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The APS Office of International Programs (OIP), in cooperation with the APS Foundation, is offering an award to support travel to the APS Annual Meeting for early- and mid-career APS members native to and working in developing countries. Apply for this and other APS Foundation awards by February 16, 2018.
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RESOURCES
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The new year will kick off with a webinar discussing how to create successful collaborations between researchers and STEM teachers. Subsequent webinars will cover tips for publishing in APS journals and strategies for effectively communicating about GMOs. Register today!
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Tomorrow is your last chance to take advantage of the "Buy One, Gift One" (BOGO) Sale! Buy any in-stock compendium and get a second copy to gift. The offer ends December 15 at midnight.
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RECENT JOBS
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Put your positions in front of the top plant pathologists in the world and save up to $50. Post a job the APS Job Center today!
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Did you know you can post your resume for FREE in the APS Job Center? Make yourself stand out in the plant pathology community. Post your resume today!
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NEWS
 
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DEADLINES
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