October 2019, Volume 53, Issue 9
Plant Health 2019 was held August 3–7 at the Huntington Convention Center in Cleveland and was a huge success! Read more about how members were involved and what exciting events took place.
Nominate your colleagues (or yourself) for a place on the APS Council
Hosted by the Graduate Student Committee, The Art in Phytopathology Contest is an arena for showcasing APS members' artwork related to phytopathology.
Thanks to the incredible donations received at this year's meeting, the foundation can continue its mission, providing meaningful experiences to additional members of our society.
APS Finds the Value in Investing in Its Members
The new advocacy tool,
introduced at Plant Health 2019, is a simple, user-friendly, web-based platform
that’s designed to bridge the gap between science and policy decisions that
Two days of scientific presentations and
interactions spanned a diversity of plant pathology topics at the APS Pacific
Division Meeting in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Divisional Forum consists of six divisional forum representatives and a divisional
councilor who represents all the divisions on APS Council.
The disease Bacterial Wilt caused by Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens pv. flaccumfaciens disappeared in the 1980s — after being around since 1922 — only to re-emerge in 2003. Read the story behind this mysterious comeback.
Travel award recipients submit abstracts to be viewed at the APS Annual Meeting.
Get to know APS member, graduate student Jeannie Klein
Although most APHIS pest-permitting procedures and requirements did not change, the 330 final rule introduced three important changes. Here’s what you need to know.
Link Your Undergraduate Internships, Work Experience, and REEUs to Free Membership and Engagement in APS
SCN Coalition's latest public relations campaign: “Take the test. Beat the pest." won the 2019 National Best of NAMA Award.
Year of Plant Health 2020 presents a wonderful opportunity to share, with the
help of APS members, what we already know: that protecting plant health can
help end hunger, reduce poverty, protect the environment, and boost economic
See awards, new positions, and find out about workshops, seminars and courses.
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.