The 2014 meeting theme “Plant Health Connections” offers discussion of the inseparable connections between plant health, soil health, agricultural sustainability, the safety and security of the food supply, environmental quality, climate change, and also the sustainable production of feed, fiber, and biofuel crops. During the 2014 joint meeting of APS-CPS, we will address our connections to plant health through any number of interactions, particularly as they relate to the present and future contributions of plant pathology in solving the major challenges facing agriculture and society.
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.
About The American Phytopathological Society & the Canadian Phytopathological Society of America
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 the 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. An exhibition of the latest products and services that advance their work is critical to our attendees.
The Canadian Phytopathological Society (CPS) is a scientific society that was formed in 1929 as a nonprofit organization to enable plant pathologists to meet and discuss their common interests in teaching and research of plant diseases.