​Thank you for attending Plant Health 2023. Register for our new Learning Collection now!​

​​​L​INKS to a Sustainable Future

Thank you for joining us at the Sheraton Downtown Denver to explore this year’s meeting theme, "LINKS to a Sustainable Future."  Register for our new Learning Collection​ to dive deeper into relevant topics from this year's meeting. Don't forget to use your special attendee promo code to save before September 1.

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​​Why Attend Plant Health 2023?​

Expert Speakers

Gain knowledge on cutting-edge innovations from leaders in our field

Lasting Relationships

Engage with fellow plant pathologists from around the world


Leading Research

Explore the latest scientific developments through numerous posters and presentations

Discover Denver

Experience a city where outdoor exploration meets urban sophistication

Thank you for making Plant Health 2023 a success!​ 

We enjoyed connecting with you in Denver, Colorado, and collaborating with you on the latest in plant science. We hope you can join us again next year at Plant Health 2024 in Memphis, Tennessee, on July 27–31, 2024!​

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​​Attendees learned and participated in 3.5 days of keynotes with discussions, special sessions, technical oral presentations, posters, and more.

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Closing Keynote Speaker ​​

Professor Amanda Black is an Indigenous researcher (Māori) and scientist based in Aotearoa New Zealand. In her current role, Dr. Black conducts innovative research framed by Indigenous Māori values, to develop approaches that make our productive and valued ecosystems resistant and resilient in the face of increasing threats from pathogens, pests, and weeds, which are exacerbated by climate change.​

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​​Thank you to our Sponsors and exhibitors!

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Thank you to our Sponsors!

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