APS Education Center provides a central site for the presentation of peer-reviewed instructional publications and resources for plant pathology and closely related disciplines. This site includes materials for students, instructors, and continuing education.
Plant Pathology: Past to Present is an illustrated storybook describing the origin, relevance and science of plant pathology.The story unfolds as if told by Anton deBary, father of plant pathology, and is suitable for elementary and secondary students to adults. This link will take you to the storybook, which is hosted by the American Phytopathological Society. (Select “Education and Learning” and then “Plant Pathology: Past Present, an illustrated storybook).
Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) (the Canada site). “Agriculture in the Classroom programs across Canada build an awareness and an understanding of sustainable agriculture and food systems by providing educational programs and resources to students and teachers.” This website presents the AITC programs of individual provinces, and contains numerous Resource Listings for Teachers, often presenting the information according to the age of students, type of crops, etc.
Farm & Food Care – brings farmers, agricultural professionals, related businesses, government organizations and other groups together with a mandate to provide credible information on food and farming.
Wisconsin Fast Plants were developed at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the plant research program of Professor Paul H. Williams. First used by research scientists in the laboratory, Fast Plants, are now used in classrooms around the world as a model tool for hands-on, investigative science.
The Great Plant Escape. (Grades 4-5). Help Detective Leplant and his partners Bud and Sprout unlock the amazing mysteries of plant life!
The Plant Detective. (Elementary). The Plant Detective is an interactive presentation describing the different parts of a plant, introducing topics such as reproduction, photosynthesis, and adaptation.
Diagnosing Plant Diseases (Middle to senior level). Diagnosing plant disease is as much an art as it is a science, and requires that you develop mindset like a detective.
Regular updates in education from American Phytopathological (Plant Disease) Society (All ages). Includes free email updates.
Mission to Mars. Growing Seeds in Space (Grades 3-6 and 8-10). Learn about survival in space and on Mars by participating in Tomatosphere, a unique and exciting educational experience for students.
Pesticides, Your Questions Answered. ‐ This section explains what pesticides are, why they are used and the regulatory system that controls their use.
Natural Resources Canada
Forest Pathology in Canada.
Find a Plant Pathologist
World directory of plant pathologists – Searchable database on ISPP website
Crop Protection Products
Governments on the WWW
Governments on the WWW – Comprehensive database of governmental institutions on the Internet
Government of Canada
Government of Canada – Including access to electronic and internet directories
Current Opinion in Plant Biology
Fungal Biology Reviews (Mycologist)
Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
Molecular Plant Pathology
Plant Health Progress
Trends in Plant Science
Canadian Food Inspection Agency / Agence Canadienne d’Inspection des Aliments (CFIA)
Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA)
PMRA Label Search
USA Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service APHIS USDA
Plant Pathology Resources
American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)
Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures
Common Plant Diseases from SimplyGardenFurniture
Database of Agriculturally Important Fungi (USDA-ARS)
Internet Directory for Botany
New Zealand National Herbarium Network
Plant Pathology Internet Guide Book – A world-wide collection of web sites for plant pathologists.
Texas Plant Disease Handbook
Univ.Alberta Microfungus Collection & Herbarium (UAMH)
Molecular Plant Pathology Resources