January 2020, Volume 54, Issue 1
Fifty years ago, January 1970, marked critical early stages in one of the most memorable and devastating plant disease epidemics in North American history.
Though not a formally trained artist, Ulloa has been drawing fungal images since the 1960s, when he developed a preference for using illustrations to unveil the diverse reproductive and somatic structures of fungi.
Meet with your representatives and tell them about events influencing science that is relevant to members of APS.
The PPB has reached out to a diverse array of organizations to join in the IYPH efforts, including other professional societies, industries, and coalitions of groups interested in advancing plant agriculture.
OPRO engaged with students and teachers to promote careers in plant pathology and APS online resources for teaching and career development at Fall conferences.
The 2019 challenge was designed to generate ideas for podcasts to be developed as part of APS activities in recognition of 2020 as the International Year of Plant Health.
The 51st Brazilian Congress of Plant Pathology was held from August 27–30, 2019, in Recife, Brazil, and had over 800 participants.
More than 100 K–12 students participated in the science summer camps and the GMO workshop organized by the Encouraging Careers in Food Security and Safety project in Puerto Rico.
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.
Take a look at our featured graduate student of this month!
The First Disease Forecasting System?
Awards, Degrees, In Memoriam Notices, and Workshops