​​​Networks of interactions among plants, their environment, and complex communities of organisms profoundly influence plant and agroecosystem health and productivity


The Phytobiomes Roadmap, an outcome of The American Phytopathological Society’s Phytobiomes Initiative, offers a detailed vision and action plan for agriculture.

Public Policy Chair:​ Gwyn Beattie

Phytobiomes is a new open-access journal published by APS. This high-quality journal focuses on transdisciplinary research that impacts the entire plant ecosystem.

Editor-in-Chief: Carolyn Young


Phytobiomes Alliance, is an industry-academic collaborative initiative focused on building a phytobiome-based foundation for accelerating the sustainable production of food, feed, and fiber.

​Executive Director: Kellye Eversole

​​​​​Featured Activites

​​Discounted Article-Processing Charges Still Available for Phytobiomes

Submit your manuscript to the new APS open-access jouirnla, Phytobiomes. Learn more about the journal's scope, editorial board, types of manuscripts submission process, and more.

New Positions Posted

​​Positions in phytobiomes are being posted as received, if you have a position to share we welcome postings

​Upcoming Events​


December 2 - 5 — International Symposium "Microbe-assisted crop production - opportunities, challenges and needs" (miCROPe 2019), Vienna, Austria