CPS was framed in 1929 as a government, charitable association and is currently more than 70 years of age. Before this, the Society had worked as a division of the American Phytopathological Society. CPS has more than 400 individuals in Canada and abroad. Its participation has aptitude in all features of plant pathology.
The goal of the Canadian Phytopathological Society (CPS) is to empower examination, training, and the spread of information on the nature, cause, and control of plant sicknesses. Society – supported national and territorial gatherings advance correspondence among plant pathologists. To widen instructive open doors for individuals, national gatherings are now and then held in conjunction with other experimental social orders with related interests, for example, the Quebec Society for the Protection of Plants, the Agricultural Institute of Canada, the American Phytopathological Society, the Canadian Botanical Association, and the Canadian Society for Microbiology, and Mycological Society of America.Read More»