APS will be a diverse global community of scientists that: provides credible and beneficial information related to plant health; advocates and participates in the exchange of knowledge with the public, policy makers, and the larger scientific community; and promotes and provides opportunities for scientific communication.
Discover and disseminate new knowledge of plant systems worldwide to meet humanity’s need for safe and nutritious food, affordable fiber, sustainable forests, and verdant landscapes; and promote the development and adoption of economically and environmentally sustainable practices to ensure plant health.
Members, located in nearly 100 countries, represent a broad section of the scientific community. Members are employed in professional areas such as teaching, research, industry, government, and private consulting, and they may specialize as...
Agricultural ChemistsArboristsBacteriologistsBiochemistsBotanistsCell BiologistsConsultantsDiagnosticiansEcologistsEntomologistsEpidemiologists
Extension ProfessionalsFarmers/Growers ForestersGreenhouse GrowersGroup/Project LeadersHorticulturists IPM SpecialistsMicrobiologistsMolecular BiologistsMycologistsNematologists
Pathologists PhysiologistsPlant Breeders Private PractitionersSoil ScientistsStudentsTeachersTech Advisors/Reps Technical ManagersTechnicians ViticulturistsVirologists
APS publishes four journals on fundamental, applied, transdisciplinary, and molecular aspects of phytopathology. APS also manages the Plant Management Network, a unique online cooperative resource for the applied plant sciences.More than 300 APS PRESS titles on various plant science topics as well as slides and multimedia products provide hands-on tools and references for plant health research and management. New titles are released regularly and are available via the APS online store.
APS offices, boards, and special initiatives work to create greater public awareness and understanding of plant health science, lobby for increased funding of plant health research, and provide needed support to students and researchers worldwide. Learn more.
APS offers members the opportunities to connect online and through a variety of events throughout the year. Read the APS News Capsule or Phytopathology News, and learn more about the APS Annual Meeting and Divisions.
APS provides members with several professional development resources to grow their knowledge and careers in plant pathology. Members can publish manuscripts in our journals, or author an APS PRESS book in addition to presenting at annual or division meetings. The niche APS Job Center provides employers and job seekers with the best tools to find the perfect position. You can also learn more about various awards and honors, career development, and volunteer opportunities.
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