August-September 2021, Volume 55, Issue 8
The Phytopathology assistant feature editors are shining a light on graduate student researchers who have recently published in Phytopathology. Rachel Gross, University of Idaho, received an honorable mention for 2020 Best Student Paper.
APS is seeking qualified individuals to serve on APS Council for the 2022 election.
APS PPB has two positions available: Board member and EPA subject matter expert.
Nominate a colleague for a 2022 APS Award today!
Apply for 2022 APS Foundation funding September 1 through December 1, 2021.
Meet the Auburn University F. S. Arant Entomology and Plant Pathology Club and learn about E.A.G.L.E. (Exploring Agriculture and Gaining Leadership Experience) Camp for junior and senior high school students.
Register today for Research Ethics—a new, exciting, comprehensive online course offered by APS!
Meet two of the amazing people who support the APS Foundation: Dallice Mills and Claudio Vrisman. Learn more about them and why they give their time and resources to support others.
Get to know our featured graduate student of the month!
In 1918 and 1919, a lethal disease of elm trees suddenly appeared in northwestern Europe. Dutch elm disease is a vascular wilt disease caused by an ascomycetous fungus, Ophiostoma ulmi. Its origin, spread, and distribution are discussed.
New animated film summarizes the contribution to food security brought to Sub-Saharan African countries by The CONNECTED Virus Network.
Award, Career Development, Degree, In Memoriam, and Seminar Notices