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European Journal of Plant Pathology

European Journal of Plant Pathology

Published in cooperation with the European Foundation for Plant Pathology

Editor-in-Chief: Michael J. Jeger

ISSN: 0929-1873 (print version)
ISSN: 1573-8469 (electronic version)

Journal no. 10658


European Foundation for Plant Pathology (EFPP) 

The EFPP promotes scientific and technical cooperation in the arena of plant health in Europe and facilitates the exchange of scientific information between plant pathologists who are members of national or regional Societies in the field of plant pathology or related fields.
The European Journal of Plant Pathology is associated with the EFPP.

The European Foundation for Plant Pathology offers:

  • On line communications with the EFPP Secretariat.
  • Easy access to the national Societies of plant pathology (in Europe)
  • Subscription at a reduced membership rate to European Journal of Plant Pathology
  • An EFPP Conference every two years

The Royal Netherlands Society of Plant Pathology (KNPV) 

Founded in 1891, KPNV is the oldest plant-pathological society and has currently over 600 members.
The aim of the KNPV is to stimulate cooperation and communication between persons with an interest in plant protection, plant diseases and their causal organisms, pest insects and mites and weeds. The KNPV is a platform for interaction between all persons involved in crop protection, including education, consultancy, industry, trade, crop production, policy making and research. These representatives usually meet in KNPV working groups that address specific plant diseases.
The KNPV annually organizes several national meetings. Through grants and sponsoring of events, national and international cooperation is stimulated.
Springer publishes the European Journal of Plant Pathology on behalf of the KNPV.

As a KNPV member you have:

  • free admission to their national congresses
  • possibility for a reduced subscription to the ”European Journal of Plant Pathology"
  • free subscription to the journal Gewasbescherming (in Dutch language)

11th Conference of the European Foundation for Plant Pathology 

8-13 September 2014, Cragow, Poland

The central theme of the conference wil be "Healthy plants — healthy people."
This seemed a natural continuation of IPM issue, as the system will be obligatory since 1st January 2014 in all EU countries as a standard.

Society URL(s) 



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