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for May 23, 2019
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 Plant Health 2019 program schedule now available
 
This year’s meeting site has a new feature: It lets you search by host plant (e.g., strawberry, conifer), category (e.g., virology, mycology), pathogen (e.g., bacterium, nematode), and more. You can also view the program by day, session type, and event. The countdown to Plant Health 2019 has begun. Start planning your meeting experience today!
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Pythium root rot is not a new disease, yet it remains a challenge for greenhouse growers. Del Castillo Múnera et al. used simple sequence repeats to understand the population dynamics and assess the population structure of the causal pathogen, Pythium ultimum.
 
 
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Cobb and colleagues demonstrate the potential of endemic tree pathogen resistance in forest disease management using Phytophthora ramorum, the cause of sudden oak death, in managing tanoak, an ecologically unique and highly valued tree in northern California and southern Oregon. 

 
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APS Membership Matters: Leadership Opportunities
 
APS makes it easy to affect change in plant pathology. The APS Council leads and supports the society and its members, while APS divisions and committees represent the myriad areas of expertise within the field. All members can run for leadership positions and join divisions and committees, and vote for the society’s leaders. Be sure to vote in this year's council elections by May 31 and prepare to attend a committee meeting at Plant Health 2019! 
 
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