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When you become an APS member, you are helping advance the science of plant pathology on a global sc​ale. Members benefit from greater access to top science; networking and volunteer opportunities; professional​ develop​men​​t an​d mentoring; and​ discounts on educational resources. Join today and ensure a bright future for yourself and plant pathology. 

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Member Benefits 


​Membership Options​ ​

Professional

$90

Early Career

$61

Student

$37

Undergraduate Student

Complimentary

Emeritus

Complimentary

Developing Economy

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Option 1: $15 / Option 2: $90​ + (1) Free Online Journal

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Sustaining Associates

1-100 Employees

101+ Employees



$680  (U.S.A)
$710  (Canada)
$765​  (Elsewhere)

$920 
$950
$1,005​​



Jou​rn​​​​als​

U.S.

Ca​nada

​Elsewhere

Print Versions​​

    Phytopathology
    Plant​ Disease


$153
$153


$187
$187​​

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​$199
$199

​Online Versions​

    Phytopathology
    Plant Disease
    MPMI​​
    Phytobiomes


$104
$104
$118
Open Access


$104
$104
$118
Open Access


$104
$104
$118
Open Access

Dual (Print + Online)         

    Phytopathology
    ​Plant Disease


$199
$199


$233
$233


$245
$245

Online Collections

Plant Management Network​ Online Subscription​



$45

 

Laboratory Protocols for Phytophthora Species (Access to 70+ protocols)

$49

 

Compendium of Plant Diseases and Pests Online Book Series
(Access to 10-12 recent titles)

$199

 

APS ​Image Database​ (12-month subscription)

$49


Questions or Interested in Joining by Phone? Contact APS Member Services at +1.651.454.7250 or apshq@scisoc.org​.  


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Member Testimonials ​​


Sylvester Aigbe.jpg"My APS membership has supported and enriched my work in plant pathology by affording me the opportunity to connect and network with the leading scientists in plant pathology; some of them are now my friends and mentors." - Sylvester Aigbe 







Rebecca Melanson.jpg"Being a member of APS has enabled me to build a great network. Having that network is extremely important at any career level. As both a student and an early career profesional, I have received support from those in my network and have become a better professional because of it." - Rebecca Melanson