The Royal Netherlands Society of Plant Pathology was established in 1891. It is the most established plant-obsessive society and has as of now more than 600 individuals. The point of the KNPV is to empower collaboration and correspondence between people with an enthusiasm for plant security, plant sicknesses and their causal life forms, bug bugs and parasites and weeds. The KNPV is a stage for cooperation between all people required in yield assurance, including training, consultancy, industry, exchange, crop creation, strategy making and research. These delegates generally meet in KNPV working gatherings those locations particular plant ailments. The general public's previous diary 'The Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology' has proceeded in 1994 as the globally eminent European Journal of Plant Pathology (EJPP) that was sold to Kluwer Publishers, which was along these lines procured by Springer Publishers. The KNPV is legally connected to EJPP that is distributed in collaboration with the European Foundation for Plant Pathology (EFPP) whose General Secretary is verifiably an individual from the KNPV. On the national level, the KNPV distributes its diary "Gewasbescherming" (Crop Protection). The KNPV every year composes a few national gatherings. Through gifts and supporting of occasions, national and universal collaboration is invigorated.