|International Association for the Plant Protection Sciences(IAPPS) Brochure 2005.6
President: Hans Herren - hherren@ICIPE.org
V. President: B.Rubin - email@example.com
Sec. General: E.A.heinrichs - firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: J.R.James - email@example.com
Newsletter Ed.: M.Tamo - firstname.lastname@example.org
Journal Liaison: G.Matthews - email@example.com
2007 IPPC Rep.: D.Alford - firstname.lastname@example.org
Webmaster: E.Zurek - email@example.com
IAPPS Governing Board
Region I: Europe
G. Guendermann - G.Guendermann@bba.de
Region II: N. Africa/Middle East
M. Besri - firstname.lastname@example.org
Region III: Sub-Saharan Africa:
B. James - B.James@cgiar.org
Region IV: South Asia:
Region V-A: East/SE Asia:
T. Miyata - email@example.com
Region V-B: East/ NW Asia:
Cheng Zhou-min - firstname.lastname@example.org
Region VI: Oceania:
M. Suckling - email@example.com
Region VII: North America:
R. Stinner - firstname.lastname@example.org
Region VI: LA/Caribbean:
S. Kelemu - email@example.com
IAPPS Contact Information
E.A."hort"Heinrichs Secretary General
Marilyn Weidner Membership Mgr.
Department of Entomology
University of Nebraska
P.O. Box 830816
Lincoln, NE 68583-0816 USA
Phone: (402) 472-8679; Fax: (402) 472-4687
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE
PLANT PROTECTION SCIENCES
International Association for the
Plant Protection Sciences(IAPPS)
IAPPS - Promoting Global IPM
Plant pests ?insects, diseases, nematodes, weeds and vertebrates respect no borders and spread through plant and
animal migration, wind, water, and by human activity, including trade in plant products. Globally, losses due to pests are a major constraint to improved agricultural productivity. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) has gained increased attention as a means of reducing losses due to pests, minimizing reliance on chemical pest control, and therefore
fostering the long-term sustainability of agricultural systems. Today, concerns over bio-security and invasive species are global issues that require IPM attention in both industrialized and developing countries. The International
Association for the Plant Protection Sciences (IAPPS) through its worldwide membership promotes the development and
utilization of IPM systems on the world's principal crops.
·Provide for the organization, management and oversight of the International Plant Protection Congresses (IPPCs) as international fora for integrating and disseminating
crop protection information and technology.
·Sponsor a plant protection journal that features
articles on integrated pest management research and
·Organize regional meetings through Regional Network
Centers to discuss collaborative research and extension
·Sponsor and promote symposia and workshops at national, regional and international IPM meetings.
·Establish eight regional networks each managed by a
Regional Network Coordinator.
·Solicit individual, affiliate, associate, and corporate
members of IAPPS as a means to enhance communication
among plant protection scientists.
·Promote the application of the IPM approach in research
and in the application of the plant protection sciences.
IAPPS promotes tomato IPM practices (Nueva Vizcaya,
15-18 October 2007,Glasgow,UK
Dr. Olof Ryberg of Malmo, Sweden at the First
International Plant Protection Congress held in Louvain,
Belgium in 1946,stated,"The world needs an international
organization for plant protection,not only to plan coming
congresses but to a much greater extent to take care of
the current work on international plant protection
questions."Fifty years later,as sponsor of the IPPCs held
every four years,IAPPS is striving to fill the role
envisaged by Dr.Ryberg.The IPPC is the only international
congress that embraces the totality of plant protection
through a systems approach to methodological integration
for maintaining pest populations below economic threshold
levels. The IPPC is the only international plant
protection organization that addresses all of the pests
(insects, weeds, diseases, nematodes and vertebrates) and
also includes the supporting sciences essential for
successful IPM programs (meteorology,sociology,economics,
ecology, agronomy, etc.). The BCPC and IAPPS are joint
sponsors of the 2007 Glasgow IPPC.
·Individual memberships include a subscription to the
electronic version of the official IAPPS Crop Protection
·Basic membership fees are as follows: All students
globally=$30/yr; Developing Country Scientists=$35/yr;
Industrialized Country Scientists= $50/yr.
·Subscription to the print edition of Crop Protection
Journal (10 issues/yr) = $50/yr + basic membership: $80
for students, $85 for Developing Country Scientists and
$100 for Industrialized Country Scientists.
Individual Member Benefits
·Access to the electronic version of Crop Protection and
to the print version (with an additional fee), both at
very favorable subscription rates.
·Reduced registration fee at the IPPCs.
·Access to the IAPPS Newsletter via electronic version
of Crop Protection.
·Receipt of the Secretary General's newsletter via
·Collaboration in IAPPS regional programs and projects.
·Access to the IAPPS Website and Bulletin Board.
·Ready access to Crop Protection for publication of
manuscripts in a peer-reviewed, internatinally recognized
journal without page charges.
·Member of a regional network for improved communication
on pest problems of mutual interest.
·National, regional, and international societies/
associations/congresses will be recruited without fees.
Affiliate member benefits
·Joint sharing of membership lists and, links to each
other's website and general promotion of membership in
each other's organization.
·Participate in joint international efforts to draw
greater attention to IPM and ICM as the most economical
and ecologically acceptable approach to increasing food/
fiber production to meet the needs of a rapidly expanding
·Opportunities for co-sponsorship of meetings that
address important regional pest problems.
and NGOs) organizations and agencies with a negotiated
Associate Member Benefits
·All of the benefits listed under individual
·Membership includes individual member subscriptions to
the on-line and print edition versions of Crop Protection
Journal. Number of subscriptions is based on membership
fee. An excellent way for organizations to support
collaborating scientists in developing countries or to
provide memberships for their own employees. Benefactors
are selected by the donor organization.
·Participate in a network that will provide greater
visibility to the institution and to its professional
·Encourages staff and host country collaborators to
publish in an international journal, Crop Protection.
·Professional development opportunities for staff.
·Private sector corporations and businesses that supply
crop protection materials will be recruited as Corporate
Members with a negotiated membership fee.
Corporate Member Benefits
·A corporate role in the governance of IAPPS through the
nomination of a member to the Governing Board.
·Improved opportunities to dialogue and interact with
plant protection scientists on a global basis.
·Through this dialoue, enhance the image of the
coporation with the general public, government agencies
and special interest groups.
·Opportnities for displays at IAPPS sponsored events,
including the IPPCs, at discounted rates.
·Entitlement to name a number of scientists on staff or
host country collaborators as IAPPS individual members.
Become an IAPPS Member
Go to the IAPPS website:
and click on "Membership Applications and Renewals" and
proceed to complete the form and pay with credit card or
send a check in the name of IAPPS on a US bank to
Secretary General, IAPPS, Dept. of Entomology, University
of Nebraska, P. O. Box 830816,Lincoln,NE68583-0816,USA.