February 2019, Volume 53, Issue 2
This year marks the launch of new editorial boards for Plant Disease and Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (MPMI). Both boards convened at APS headquarters in December to meet and look forward to achieving goals...
Since its inception, the APS Foundation has presented more than 1,000 awards to students in support of their engagement in the profession and attendance atour annual meeting.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced the first update to “A National Road Map for Integrated Pest Manage ment" (IPM) since 2013.
Read about a recent report by the Pew Research Center, “Public Perspectives on Food Risks," which offers some important yet sobering findings from a survey about public attitudes toward food.
Read APS Treasurer Steve Slack's report on FY2018 and learn more about APS's strategic plans.
Get perspectives on these and other questions from 10 extension personnel in a new interview series from the APS Professional Development Center.
One hundred students from John W. Norton High School came to University of California, Riverside, to enjoy and learn about plant pathology, funded by the 2018 Mathre Education Endowment Award
APS members are invited to exciting event.
Designating the IYPH is expected to increase awareness among both the public and policymakers of the importance of healthy plants and the necessity of protecting them to achieve sustainable development goals.
Get the rest of the story on the disease that could have ruined the career of E. F. Smith before it began.