November 2019, Volume 53, Issue 10
APS President, Lindsey du Toit, announces theme, keynote speakers for Plant Health 2020
The NSF-funded Agricultural Microbiomes Research Coordination Network (Ag Microbiomes RCN) continues to contribute to building the microbiome research community within APS.
MPMI and Plant Disease journals welcome new editors
Essential Plant Pathology, Second Edition, supplemental resources are now online
This family-friendly gathering allowed LGBTQ scientists attending the meeting to identify mentors and allies within their professional networks.
The application process is now open for the 2020 Global Experience Award.
People may legitimately ask why we should continue to study ways to maintain or increase yields is in countries with more than adequate food production. There are numerous reasons.
All U.S. citizens may engage in advocacy in some manner, but if one is a federal employee, it is important to know what one can and cannot do.
The APS-CD meeting was organized in conjunction with the Latin American Society of Phytopathology (ALF) and the Cuban National Center for Animal and PlantHealth (CENSA).
Meet graduate student, and current Graduate Student Committee Chair, Amelia Lovelace
The curious story of the reappearance of Goss’s wilt of corn and bacterial wilt of dry beans in the Central High Plains
Antimicrobial (fungicides and bactericides) uses in plant agriculture to be assessed
The museum is featuring a special exhibit about plant pathology
The film depicts how the staple food crop cassava is destroyed in Sub-Saharan African countries by viruses that are carried by whiteflies.
See awards, new positions, and find out about workshops, seminars and courses.
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.