The 2022 annual meeting theme is “Warming Up to Change,” which will explore the profound changes in plant health research, education, and engagement driven by transformations in climate, technology, and society. We will also work together as participants to find the best ways for APS to support plant health research and the careers of plant pathologists in this time of change.
Proposals are due by October 15, 2021
Save the Date – 2022 NPDN National Meeting
If you haven’t already heard, Plant Health 2020 is going fully virtual this August! Our 2020 special sessions, plenaries, poster presentations, and technical sessions will now be offered completely online, ensuring all meeting attendees can access and present this leading content regardless of COVID-19 travel restrictions and health concerns. Registration Opens June 15: https://www.apsnet.org/meetings/annual/planthealth2020/registration/Pages/default.aspx Go […]
Dr. Lina Quesada presenting at the Schroth Faces of the Future session about harnessing new technologies to improve management of #CucurbitDownyMildew at #PlantHealth2019 pic.twitter.com/DFpAqegfZV — Kim D'Arcangelo, Ph.D. (@KnDArcangelo) August 4, 2019
Leading experts from around the world will present the latest advances and innovations, celebrate progress, and set a vision for assuring plant health in a global economy. The vision of the Congress – An engaged world community of plant health scientists advancing knowledge for a safe, affordable, secure supply of food, feed, and fiber for a growing population – reflects the broad and unique position plant pathology holds within the international community of scientists.
Welcome to the new look, responsive, mobile-friendly, New Disease Reports website. New Disease Reports is a peer-reviewed, international, open-access electronic journal, published by the British Society for Plant Pathology. Source: New Disease Reports