April 2020, Volume 54, Issue 4
Planning for Plant Health 2020 this August is moving forward enthusiastically as we are enduring an unprecedented effort to curb the spread of COVID-19. Keep supporting each other as we face these challenges.
While a layperson might look around and see many healthy-looking plants, they are unaware that 40 percent of food crops are lost to pests and diseases each year. We should all stop to wonder how these losses would impact lives.
The theme of the IPS conference was “Phytopathology in Achieving UN Sustainable Development Goals.”
We strongly encourage all members to consider sharing relevant expertise and insight in response to a request for comments regarding regulatory decisions and policies.
Approximately 165 people were in attendance to make it one of the largest Southern Division meetings in recent memory.
Annual Audited Summary of APS Finances for Fiscal Year 2019
A book and CD donation was recently made by APS to a resource center in Jamaica.
Awardees will receive round-trip fares to the APS Plant Health 2020 meeting in Denver, Colorado.
Take a look at our featured graduate student of this month!
Meet some of the amazing people who support APS Foundation. Learn more about who they are and why they give their time and resources to support others.
Creating a Domestic Sugar Beet Seed Program in the United States (part I)
Working with materials originally developed by the IYPH Infographics Task Force, the University of Minnesota is creating monthly animations that track with the outputs of the task force.
Awards, Career Developments, Degrees, In Memoriam Notices, and Workshops
Check out the latest research highlights in the field of plant pathology.