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In the July issue, we are pleased to announce the 2017 APS Council election results and the launch of the first full issue of the new Phytobiomes journal. Updates on the Annual Meeting in San Antonio, TX are included, with highlights on family-friendly activities being planned for the first time. Read a collection of guides to help you prepare for various roles you might take on while in San Antonio and learn about the latest activities at EPA from the APS Public Policy Board EPA Subject Matter Expert. View the impressive list of donors for the APS Foundation from 2016-2017 and more in the July 2017 issue of Phytopathology News!
Kenny SeeboldPhytopathology News Editor-in-Chief
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