APS PRESS is the publishing imprint of The American Phytopathological Society, a non-profit, international organization that advances the science and practice of plant health management in agricultural, urban, and forest settings. The Society was founded in 1908 and has grown from 130 charter members to more than 5000 scientists and practitioners worldwide.
APS PRESS has published more than 300 titles that cover the spectrum of plant disease and related topics. Beyond traditional books and field guides, APS PRESS publishes multi-media products including CDs, DVDs, and disease diagnosis software.
With the variety of plant health subjects covered, APS PRESS publications serve people with interests in many different subjects and affiliations with a variety of disciplines, some of which include: educators, students, plant scientists, extension specialists, crop consultants, county agents, growers, master gardeners, horticulture specialists, nursery and landscape industry, greenhouses, forestry specialists, plant pathologists, mycologists, nematologists, virologists, entomologists, weed scientists, plant molecular biologists, agricultural historians, among others.
APS PRESS is guided by a volunteer
editorial board comprised of scientists in all major areas of plant pathology. You are invited to submit a proposal to
publish your work with APS PRESS.