December 2020, Volume 54, Issue 11
We are excited to announce that Plant Health 2021 Online will take place August 2–6, 2021!
APS has used 2020, the International Year of Plant Health, to celebrate and educate others about the importance of plant health.
“OPRO Meets…" is a new series featuring outreach activities and events. Meet Erica Fealko and learn about the Greg Page Community Garden Educational Enhancement Project.
The APS Office of International Programs Library Assistance/Donation Program is helping educational institutions in developing countries through book donations.
The Global Experience Award helps APS plant pathologists collaborate with scientists and extension personnel in developing countries to carry out training and outreach efforts.
APS is pleased to introduce Grow: Plant Health ExchangeSM, an online, science-based resource for plant health management professionals and practitioners.
Dr. Brantlee Spakes-Richter, University of Florida, has agreed to serve as the editor-in-chief of the APS Education Center.
MPMI and Phytobiomes Journal add five assistant feature editors to their editorial boards.
Plant Disease Management Reports (PDMR) facilitates the rapid dissemination and archiving of information on cultural, chemical, and biological control of plant diseases.
A recent study published in PhytoFrontiers confirms 13 natural and semisynthetic glucosinolate derivatives are efficient fungicides against widespread genetically distant fungal plant pathogens.
MPMI journal unveils a new cover for 2021.
The American Phytopathological Society committee for the De Bary Award for Outstanding Children's Science Books is happy to announce this year's winners.
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.
The APS Foundation is accepting applications for several awards. Apply today!
Thank you to our generous donors. Every amount donated has a significant impact on the future of plant pathology.
The Storkan-Hanes-McCaslin Foundation encourages research by offering financial assistance to graduate students working on soilborne diseases of plants.
Get to know our featured graduate student of the month!
For each issue of Phytopathology News, the APS Graduate Student Committee chooses a graduate student to be featured in a spotlight article. Submit your application for consideration!
The known host range of the rust pathogen Puccinia subnitens was greatly expanded in the early 20th century through the contributions of two individuals, John Bates and Ellsworth Bethel.
APS is offering a complimentary webinar on writing an effective SARE graduate student grant proposal, including a live Q&A.
Registration is open now for a complimentary APS interactive workshop on the National Plant Disease Recovery System (NPDRS).
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is offering grants to support scientific studies that assess the risk and inform rule changes concerning genetically engineered crops.
NC State is teaming up with SAS and Microsoft to tackle the complex challenges facing agriculture using cloud and internet of things (IoT) services on interdisciplinary projects.
The University of Idaho CHHE will host its annual Biology of Vector-borne Diseases course, June 20–25, 2021, on the UI campus in Moscow, ID.
Awards, Career Developments, Degrees, In Memoriam Notices, and Workshops