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New Virtual Meeting: The Genus Phytophthora – Don’t Change a Winning Concept

Update your calendar! Now April 22–25, join us for a special virtual meeting to discuss the naming concept of the genus Phytophthora. With both live sessions and on-demand recordings, all scientists working on the genus Phytophthora and other oomycetes can participate in this timely and relevant discussion​!

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On-Demand Course: Seed Pathology Fundamentals: Regional to Global Implications

Gain a high-level perspective on seeds and seed pathology, with topics including technological advances, phytosanitary concerns, and the evolution of seed trade policies. Complete these 12 self-paced modules on your own schedule!

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Plant Health 2024

​Now Accepting Technical Abstract Submissions! 

Submit your abstract for your opportunity to share your research at this year's annual meeting. We want to see your science from emerging diseases to biocontrol strategies and disease management to new technologies this July in Memphis, TN. ​​​​

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Advance the science of plant pathology an​​​d become an APS member today!​

On-Demand Course

Seed Pathology Fundamentals: Regional to Global Implications

Get a comprehensive grounding in Seed Pathology Fundamentals: Regional to Global Implications with this on-demand course. Gain knowledge on topics ranging from disease management to seed trade policies, and everything in between, by completing this course at your own pace.

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​​Instrument Developed at NASA Can Detect Asymptomatic Grapevine Viral Infections from the Sky

Picked up by nearly 70 news outlets, research by Fernando Romero Galvan and colleagues, published in Phytopathology, found that airborne imaging spectroscopy and machine learning can be used to develop models that effectively identify nonvisible signs of GLRaV-3 infection in grapevines across various spatial resolutions.

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