The purpose of the International Society for Plant Pathology (ISPP) is to promote the worldwide development of plant pathology, and the dissemination of knowledge about plant diseases and plant health management. The Society sponsors the International Congress of Plant Pathology (ICPP) at regular intervals and other international meetings on plant pathology and closely related subjects. The Society
establishes committees to consider and report on special fields or problems in plant pathology. The Society organizes other activities including the publication of journals and newsletters, websites, as approved by the Executive Committee.
The ISPP is incorporated under Minnesota USA Statute Chapter
317A. (Filing Number 3659446-2 ; Original Date of Filing:
1/13/2010; Duration: Perpetual). The Registered
Office of the International Society for Plant Pathology is:
3340 Pilot Knob Rd, St Paul, MN,USA 55121.
The ISPP Council consists of the
Executive Committee and
Associated Societies (or by nominating bodies in countries
with no society of plant pathology) in proportion to the size
of their membership. Advice on the Roles and Responsibilities
of ISPP Councillors can be found