This year's meeting will explore the profound changes in plant health research, education, and engagement driven by transformations in climate, technology, and society.
Gain insights on trends, hot topics, and the latest innovations from leaders in your field
Make valuable connections and explore job opportunities
Delve into new and leading research through hundreds of posters and technical talks
Explore this distinctive location unlike any big city you've ever experienced
"Book within the block" to help support APS and save with special conference rates! All reservations must be made by July 15.
Don't miss the closing keynote speaker for Plant Health 2022, Stacy Rosenberg, associate teaching professor at Carnegie Mellon University, for an exploration into the communication challenges that face scientists in times of political and social change.
We can't wait to share what we have in store for this year's in-person meeting!
Our policy aims to safeguard the health and safety of all Plant Health 2022 attendees and is based on guidelines from the CDC, our meeting location, and our event venue.