April 2019, Volume 53, Issue 4
APS Council has been thinking about the next 10 to 15 years and how to proactively address changes that might impact our society.
The new site is easier to navigate, mobile-friendly, and has many other exciting features.
APS is excited to deliver a new-and-improved format for Phytopathology News!
Recent changes in the newly enacted farm bill have impacted the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Specialty Crop Research Initiative (SCRI) awards. NIFA is currently assessing the potential impacts on existing and new awards.
Conversations with Phytopathologists of Distinction (PODs) offer meeting attendees at all career stages opportunities to connect with notable phytopathologists in informal settings as they discuss their individual career journeys.
The APS Graduate Student Committee is proud to bring you the 2019 Art in Phytopathology contest. The contest is an arena to showcase artwork of students and members in the area of phytopathology.
The updated site’s sleek, user-friendly design makes it easier than ever to access and read content.
Reunite with your colleagues and connect with new faces in the plant pathology community. Register today at the advance rate.
You can find the APS News Capsule's member-only updates in a brand-new layout!
After completing his preliminary investigations into Fusarium wilt, E. F. Smith hired a 22-year-old New Englander fresh out of college, William A. Orton, and assigned to him the task of developing control measures for the “Fusarium problem.” This prescient decision opened the door to the concept of genetic resistance as a means of combating the wilt diseases, and Orton’s brilliant research in this area is the rest of the story.
In addition to unrestricted cash awards, new awardees will also receive round-trip fare to Plant Health 2019.