The British Society for Plant Pathology are partnering with the Royal Horticultural Society and Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs to create a Plant Health garden at the RHS show at Chelsea this May. This marks a major public event in the International Year of Plant Health 2020, bringing together experts in horticulture, land management, environment and plant pathology. As a charitable science society, the BSPP look forward to communicating the many levels of work we undertake in our various roles as experts in plant disease across the country and internationally. Highlighting the importance of ground-breaking science research alongside traditional plant pathology techniques. Championing emerging plant pathologists at the beginning of their careers and introducing early scientists at schools and universities to the fascination of plant health and disease.
How plant cells sense the outside world through hydrogen peroxide https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-00403-y
The Arabidopsis Senescence Associated Gene 13 Regulates Dark-Induced Senescence and Plays Contrasting Roles in the Defense Against Bacterial and Fungal Pathogens. @MPMIJournal @MPMIMicrogreens @BS_PP @aspb