The American Phytopathological Society (APS) and The Mycological Society of America (MSA) are gearing up for their Joint Meeting August 10-14 in Austin, Texas, U.S.A. Join us for a multidisciplinary meeting with two premier professional plant science association.
Join us in Austin as we cover plant pathology hot topics in a variety of formats, including special sessions, technical sessions, and posters.
Who the attendees are:
The American Phytopathological Society
APS is an international scientific organization devoted to the study of plant diseases and their control. APS members conduct important fundamental research that ultimately leads to the development of new products, equipment, methods and services. They also work directly with growers on the front-lines of plant health management. Their work in research and applied plant pathology influences the success of your products and services.
APS Members Include:
Agricultural Chemists • Arborists • Bacteriologists • Biochemists • Botanists • Cell Biologists • Consultants • Diagnosticians • Ecologists • Entomologists • Epidemiologists • Extension Professionals • Farmers/Growers • Foresters • Greenhouse Growers • Group/Project Leaders • Horticulturists • IPM Specialists • Microbiologists • Molecular Biologists • Mycologists • Nematologists • Pathologists • Physiologists • Plant Breeders • Private Practitioners • Soil Scientists • Students • Teachers • Tech Advisors/Reps • Technical Managers • Technicians • Viticulturists • Virologists
The exhibition helps suppliers make valuable, one-on-one connections with the top scientists in our field, showcases advances in research and technology, and offers solutions for equipment services and needs. An ad in a magazine or a flyer in the mail will tell our members much about your products, but nothing compares to real conversation and genuine, authentic relationship building.
More than a century, The American Phytopathological Society has been dedicated to high-quality, innovative plant pathology research. The APS Annual Meeting is the premier venue for plant scientists from around the world to share information and disseminate research.
Founded in 1932, The Mycological Society of America is a scientific society dedicated to advancing the science of mycology - the study of fungi of all kinds including mushrooms, molds, truffles, yeasts, lichens, plant pathogens, and medically important fungi.