The College of Agricultural Sciences was the first college established at
Penn State. Today, the college is recognized as one of the nation's premier institutions for agricultural research
and education. The college comprises 11 academic units, one school, and cooperative extension offices in each county
in the state. The college creates and shares knowledge that enhances food and agricultural systems, natural resources
and environmental stewardship, and economic and social well being, thereby improving the lives of people in Pennsylvania,
the nation, and the world. The Department of Plant Pathology is proud to be a partner and make the Plant Management
Network available to The Pennsylvania State University community. Sponsorship is made possible through an endowment
established by Albert C. Hiltebrandt.
University Park, PA 16802 U.S.A.