New Disease Reports

Volume: 36 (Jul 2017 to Dec 2017)

Senior Editor: Gerard Clover

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Welcome to the new look, responsive, mobile-friendly, New Disease Reports website. New Disease Reports is a peer-reviewed, international, open-access electronic journal, published by the British Society for Plant Pathology.

The journal's objective is to provide a medium for rapid online publication of new and significant plant disease outbreaks caused by:

New Disease Reports aims to provide a repository for such records to support the work of field advisers, diagnosticians, researchers and plant health policy makers. For more details of the scope of New Disease Reports, see: Scope.

For details of the submission process, see Submission.

New Disease Reports started in 2000. Reports submitted prior to 2010 were also formally published (in print and online, without images) in the BSPP's journal Plant Pathology.

The BSPP is a member of CrossRef and issues DOIs for all reports submitted since 01 Jan 2010.

The variation of colony morphology of Neofabraea spp. isolated as part of the survey. All grown on potato dextrose agar and incubated at 20°C for four weeks. From: Kingsnorth J, Perrine J, Berrie A, Saville R (2017) First report of Neofabraea kienholzii causing bull's eye rot of apple in the UK


BSPP members can now receive monthly e-mail alerts of the latest reports. To subscribe, login to the members area at the main BSPP website and update your details: click here


New Disease Reports welcomes submissions on all types of plant pathogens from anywhere in the world. If you wish to submit a report please ensure that you meet the requirements of both the scope and instructions for submission.