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for March 19, 2020
“Technology Transfer: From the Lab to the Diagnostician’s Bench" is part of the upcoming Plant Health 2020 special session. This webinar series and the session provide an essential foundation from which to move toward robust standards, both locally and globally. Join us as we explore the various issues involved with detecting pathogens and pests and delivering diagnostic results to prevent, monitor, and manage plant problems.
- March 23–27, 2020—16th Congress of the Mediterranean Phytopathological Union
- March 27–28, 2020—Plant Sciences Symposium (hoping to reschedule to Summer 2020)
- March 29–April 3, 2020—7th International Bacterial Wilt Symposium (rescheduled to November 3–7, 2020)
- March 30–April 3, 2020—Biofumigation 7 Symposium—International Symposium on Biocidal and Non-Biocidal Plants to Improve Soil Health (postponed until Spring 2021)
- April 7–9, 2020—Write Now! Residential Course on Popular Writing about Plant Health (postponed, date TBD)
- April 8, 2020—Technology Transfer: From the Lab to the Diagnostician’s Bench Webinar, part 1 of 4 (free to members)
- April 20–21, 2020—Our Plants, Our Future (postponed, date TBD)
- April 29, 2020—Technology Transfer: From the Lab to the Diagnostician’s Bench Webinar, part 2 of 4 (free to members)
- May 13, 2020—Technology Transfer: From the Lab to the Diagnostician’s Bench Webinar, part 3 of 4 (free to members)
- May 20, 2020—Technology Transfer: From the Lab to the Diagnostician’s Bench Webinar, part 4 of 4 (free to members)
- May 30–June 13, 2020—2020 Practical Summer Workshop in Functional Genomics (postponed until May/June 2021)
- June 7–12, 2020—14th International Conference on Plant Pathogenic Bacteria (ICPPB2020)
- June 10–12, 2020—APS Caribbean Division Meeting (postponed until September 30-October 2, 2020)
- June 21–26, 2020—Biology of Vector-Borne Disease
- June 22–26, 2020—25th International Conference on Virus and Other Graft Transmissible Diseases of Fruit Crops (postponed until 2021)
- June 23–25, 2020—APS North Central Division Meeting
- July 12–16, 2020—Phyllosphere 2020
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