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​NEW from The American​ Phytopathological Society​!​​​

APS Officer Election Now Open

​Learn more about the candidates and vote today for Vice President and Councilor-at-Large. Voting is open through June 5, 2023. ​

Advance Registration is Now Open

Register for Plant Health 2023 today to save!

Register today for Plant Health 2023​ and join us in Denver, Colorado, on August 12-16 for programming that illuminates the interconnectivity of local and indigenous knowledge to the future of global agriculture.​ Do you have newly completed res​earch to share at this year's meeting? We are now accepting late-breaking abstract submissions. Submissions are limited. Submit today!

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Continuing Education

Canvas Essentials: Tools to Save Your Sanity

July 7 – 28, 2023

Learn how to get the most out of Canvas, the most-used LMS in North America. Get tips and tools to ensure that your courses are set up to save time and your sanity in this Professional Development for Educators mini-course, starting July 7!

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​​​Emerging Research

Key Discoveries in Plant Pathology—A Special Phytopathology Issue

​Drawing from the results of a survey conducted by APS in 2022, the editorial board of Phytopathology invited top experts from relevant fields to review the discovery process, impacts, recent progress, and future direction of some of the highest ranked discoveries in plant pathology. These review articles, published in a special issue of Phytopathology, not only describe the discovery process leading to the current state-of-the-art, but also highlight their scientific and/or practical impacts within the scientific community and among plant disease managers.

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