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Diseases and Pests Compendium Series 


  • This series of crop-specific books helps use​rs diagnose and treat pests and disorders in the field, greenhouse, orchard, lab, and elsewhe​re through high-resolution images and comprehensive yet easy-to-follow management recom​mendations.​
  • They collectively cover all manner of diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, and viruses—as well as noninfectious diseases; nematodes; insect and mite identification and control; nutritional disorders; and damage caused by other factors such as weather, herbicides, and more.
  • Access to this online collection is ideal for consultants, extension agents, growers, diagnosticians, students, technicians, and a variety of crop scientists working in plant pathology, entomology, nematology, agronomy, and more.
  • Our online collection currently covers alfalfa; apple and pear; bedding plants; beet; blueberry, ​​​​cranber​ry, and lingonberry; cannabis; ​​​chickpea and lentil; citrus; coffee; conifer; corn; cucurbits; grape; lettuce; onion and garlic; pea; ​​raspberry and blackberry​; rhododendron and azalea; rice; soybean; strawberry; ​​sunflower; sweetpotato; tomato; turfgrass; and wheat​.

This is an online subscription. It will be activated within 2 business days after your payment. If you are purchasing printed books through the online APS PRESS store, that purchase will be a separate transaction.​

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Members—Subscribe for just $219! (Nonmembers $319)

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Note: If you are a member, your first-year subscription will be prorated to begin and end with your membership period. If you are not an APS member, please join here to SAVE.​