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Here's your News Capsule
for March 21, 2019
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APS Website Re-Design
 
APS launched an updated website this week. It has easier navigation, a mobile-friendly design, and many more exciting features. From the APS Foundation to the Education Center to Phytopathology News, every area of the new website has a new look and feel that translates across your desktop, tablet, and smartphone. We hope you enjoy the new site!
Check out the New Site!
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Cernava et al. evaluated the stability and transmission of endophytes in tomato and determined that presence in the seed resulted in vertical transmission of various plant growth-promoting bacteria in the resulting plants.
 
Read MPMI
 
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Sathoff et al. evaluated plant defensins as a potential control for alfalfa crown rot, and their results show the potential for controlling a wide array of economically important fungal and bacterial plant pathogens through transgenic expression of plant defensins. 
 
 
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This diagnostic guide fills a gap in documentation by providing an illustrated catalog of low substrate pH-induced iron and/or manganese toxicity with full-color photos of the tissue levels in the popular bedding plant New Guinea impatiens.
 
Read Plant Health Progress
 
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PPB Represents APS in Washington, D.C.
New Phytopathology News Site
Idea Cafes
Outstanding Volunteer Award
APS Caribbean Division Meeting
Making a Difference with APS Professional Development Webinars
Phytopathology News Gets a New Look
Graduate Student Spotlight: Sofia Macchiavelli Giron
Compendium of Herb Diseases and Pests
USDA - NIFA
Changes to Matching Funds Requirements for some NIFA competitive grants programs: View the New Requirements and Current versus Past Matching Requirements
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New Journal Site
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