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Vector Spray

USDA ARS Aerial Application Technology
Agriculture’s (USDA), Agricultural Research Service (ARS) who has worked close with the Dept. of Defense’s Deployed Warfighter Protection Program (DWFP) to evaluate a number of sprayers used to spray pest control products targeted insect vectors of human and animal diseases. Using facilities at the U.S. Navy Entomology Center of Excellence, nearly 100 different sprayers have been tested for droplet size under various operational setups (nozzles, pressured, flowrates, spray solutions, etc…). Over the past several years, this data has been incorporated into an extensive database. This app provides users with a quick, easily searchable interface that returns droplet size data for the specified operational setup. The database is structured such that users are requested to select specific operational parameters which include: - Company Name (of the spray system used) - Spray System (model number) - Solution Type (carrier solution used) - Additive/Insecticide - Sprayer Setting/Nozzle - Pressure (psi) - Flowrate (oz/min) - Dilution Using the above specified parameters, the app will provide droplet size results to the user. These include: - DV0.1, DV0.5, and DV0.9 o Droplet size (in µm) such that 10, 50, or 90% of the spray volume, respectively, is contained in spray droplet sizes of equal or less. The results, along with the initial parameters, are time and date stamped and can be saved to the user’s device under any name of their choice. The app allows for these results to be emailed to any address of their choice. The saved results can be viewed or emailed at any time.


Weather Underground
WunderMap is the world’s most interactive weather and radar map, providing current conditions and forecasts from Weather Underground’s unique network of over 33,000 neighborhood weather stations. Follow storms with the animated radar and satellite layers, track tropical weather in the hurricane layer and even view active wildfires.The most comprehensive tablet weather app, period. Choose from our map presets like Hurricane, Severe, Precipitation and Wind or customize your own map by exploring our layers tab. With more weather data layer options than ever, you can use the new WunderMap to:- Track storms with animated radar and satellite- Get the most crucial information for live hurricanes and wildfires- Check the hyper-local forecast with personal weather stations- Stay aware with severe weather alerts- View the world’s weather with webcams- Check the conditions that matter to you, as they’re happening Our favorite features:- Over 33,000 worldwide weather stations for your most accurate local forecast- Forecast, temperature graph, and current conditions for every location on the map- Beautiful basemaps and temperature overlays- More layers and more data, including hurricane, fires, and webcams- Choose convenient map presets or customize your own layers- Hazard Reports allow users to share dangerous road conditions in their area- Share severe alerts with your friends and family- Purchase ad free subscriptions for $1.99 per year- New widgets: 1x1 and 2x2!- Crowd Reports- confirm or refute current conditions & find what others are reporting in WunderMap- Choose Light or Dark mode- Customize your experience by sliding the weather information up and down- Switch between Best Forecast™ & NWS ForecastIt’s all in the new WunderMap app for tablet. Start exploring today. For a demonstration of how to use the app please visit even more weather info, visit us at

Growing Wisdom

Bizness Apps
I created this app to give you information about your yards. I have been gardening nearly my entire life since my Grandfather gave me a package of tomato seeds and my Nana taught me about bearded iris. I want to combine my knowledge of horticulture with my love of weather to give you weekly information about what to do in your yard, that week.If the weather is going to affect the garden, you will hear about it here first.Over the years I have been fortunate to be able to put together my love of gardening and television into the forerunner of this app. For over three years I hosted Extreme Garden Makeover on WCVB in Boston and brought scores of weekly tips to viewers throughout the region. Now, with the ability to put video on an app, you can bring these video tips to you anywhere.


Fresh flowers are a great, affordable way to add color and life to any room in your home or office. We give you a tip to look after your flowers and plants! Take care of your flowers and plants! Help yourself to remember all necessary activities using uFlowers app!* All main activities for every plant - watering, spraying, fertilizing - with specified frequency.* Synchronization with Goolge calendar* Handy calendar for all your flowers* Plants reference book

101 Ideas: Flower Arrangement

Discover the Art of Flower Arrangement!WHAT is it about Flower arrangement that gets into our blood and makes it have such a hold on us? Why is it, that once intrigued by this new art, we are impatient to go forward and explore every avenue of thought on the subject?The reason why Flower Arranging has such a broad appeal is because it satisfies a need in all of us to do something creative, and, because flowers are within the reach of us all, it seems natural that we should want to learn and practice a subject that we can not only easily execute, as and when we feel like it, but which can be employed to beautify our homes for friends and family alike to enjoy.We all know that a sense of achievement brings with it pride and satisfaction and I am certain it is this feeling which is bringing so much joy into the lives of tens of thousands of men and women who are devotees of the art of Flower Arranging. I have much evidence of this from the thousands of letters I receive from happy people who tell me with great feeling that " they had no previous idea that they could do it " and I recall a simple incident which happened at a Flower Show and which seems to enforce this theory.I had been judging the flower arrangements and had returned to the exhibits for a final look when a little boy about seven years old came up to me and, pointing to the design I was admiring, said " Don't you think that's nice—my Mummy did that one." His mother then appeared and after chatting she added, " Please don't take any notice of him, although I must tell you that since I have taken up Flower Arranging I have assumed a new importance in the eyes of my family and naturally I am proud."At first the desire on the part of the enthusiast is only to place flowers in a vase better than before and they usually impatiently say " Oh just tell me how to do it quickly, that's all I want to know." But is it?Soon afterwards comes a request to have colour explained, then design. Design is fascinating for, if you really want to delve into it, it includes such subjects as line, rhythm and balance. Discussions on the merits of various types of flowers, the textures of plant material and their relation to the container to be used and the general decor of the room usually follow.


NatureGate enables you to identify species in nature easily! No internet connection is needed. Create an account, download free Flower Identification Tool and begin identifying over 700 species. But don’t stop there – take advantage of our other flora and fauna identification tools for a nominal fee. Be sure to use the free Observation Diary to record your findings, which you can accompany with a picture and text. Share your observations and check what others have seen near you. It’s all there. Start observing nature near you today!The other species groups now available are birds (almost all species accompanied by a vocal sample), butterflies and fish. The identification process is made easier with detailed photos. Several bird and butterfly species are accompanied by pictures based on an age, a gender or a season.The application is a part of the popular and multi-language NatureGate pages. Connected to the internet, you can click on a link and see the species you have identified in more detail, including additional photos.The species offered are common in the Northern Europe and the whole Northern Hemisphere. Future updates will provide an even wider selection of species groups, regions and languages as well as many additional interesting features!Using the application makes species identification easy: simply choose selection criteria in the order you prefer. While observing a plant, you can, for example, define its height, flower colour, or leaf shape. The list of possible species is refreshed and refined each time you select an additional criterion. In most cases, finding the correct species takes only a few easy selections. The identification works the same for all species. Features:- In English and Finnish- With In-App purchases, it is possible to identify almost 1,200 species!- Selection criteria can be chosen according your own preference- The results are refreshed after each selection- Photos have been selected to assist the identification process- Links to the NatureGate pages, where you find more details and additional pictures- Browsing of species based on scientific, Finnish or English names- Almost all bird species accompanied a high quality vocal sample- Keep your own observation diary- Save species you’ve identified in your observation diary or share them via Facebook or TwitterThe species identification is easy – try yourself!

Seasonal and simple

University of Missouri - Extension Division
Seasonal and simple is a guide to help you find, select, store, and prepare fresh fruits and vegetables found in Missouri. The recipes use simple preparations and seasonings, so you can taste the goodness of a fruit or vegetable at the peak of its flavor. The great variety of colors, flavors and textures of fruits and vegetables makes eating them a sensual pleasure.The fruits and vegetables are listed in the guide by their growing season — spring, summer and fall — with fruits and vegetables that grow best in cooler weather listed in both the spring and the fall sections. Recipes combining fruits or vegetables only contain fruits or vegetables grown in the same season.In addition to information and recipes for produce found in Missouri, a directory of farmer's markets where fresh produce can be purchased is provided. Choose fruits and vegetables in season and you get all the benefits — food that tastes good, is good for you and is reasonably priced. Whether you get your fruits and vegetables at your farmer’s market, a roadside farm stand, through Community Supported Agriculture (CSA), or from your own garden or local grocery store, enjoy the goodness of fruits and vegetables. Eat a variety every day.Seasonal and simple is provided by the University of Missouri Extension.

Seed Planner

Bayer CropScience LP
The Seed Planner from Bayer CropScience helps you calculate all your cottonseed needs in a single application. Great for growers, seed dealers, consultants and agronomists, the Seed Planner lets you:• Input seeding rate for each variety• Calculate acres per bag• Determine total bag/box needs• Save seed needs estimates for multiple fields and farmsAn essential pre-season tool for growers, Seed Planner makes planting calculations simple with three easy-to-use calculators. Great for calculating seed needs for multiple varieties on a farm, the Seed Planner is the perfect tool to help growers make informed seeding calculations. With Seed Planner, calculating cottonseed needs has never been easier.


Dylan Beaudette
GPS based, real-time access to USDA-NRCS soil survey data, formatted for mobile devices. This application retrieves graphical summaries of soil types associated with the user's current geographic location. Images are linked to detailed information on the named soils.


Southeast Early Detection NetworkIdentify and Report Invasive Plants, Insects and Plant Pathogens in the Southeastern United StatesThe Southeast Early Detection Network (SEEDN) app brings the power of EDDMapS to your smartphone. Now you can submit invasive species observations directly with your smartphone from the field. These reports are uploaded to EDDMapS and e-mailed directly to local and state verifiers for review. SEEDN was developed by the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. SEEDN is more than just a smartphone app; it is an integrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for the Southeastern United States that includes the app and the EDDMapS website.Every year new invasive plants, insects and plant pathogens are found in the Southeast. These non-native invasive species threaten to undermine the health of our environment. More than an inconvenience, invasive plants and animals can greatly alter our native landscape, adversely impact native wildlife, destroy agricultural crops and threaten our health. Invasions of exotic species cost the United States over $120 billion each year. The economic costs are small compared to the ecological ones. The southern United States has millions of acres of public lands; these lands furnish us the water we drink, the air we breathe and countless recreational opportunities. These public lands are highly vulnerable to invasion by exotic plant and animal species; it is estimated that over 18 million or 10% of forested acres in the South have been infested by invasive species.By reporting sightings of invasive plants and other invasive pests, we can better assess the extent of the infestations and hopefully eradicate new infestations before they become huge problems such as kudzu. The goal of SEEDN is to make identification and reporting as easy and efficient as possible.Just a few minutes of your time can help provide vital information needed to protect vital wildlife habitat, agriculture, forestry and your favorite recreational areas from the damage caused by invasive species. This app is so easy to use, you can collect data while out fishing, hiking, kayaking or walking around your neighborhood.Features:• GPS automatically captures your current location• Submit an image of your sighting to add validity to your report• Online reporting• Offline reporting: reports saved on your phone to upload when you have network connectivity• Species ID Guides include images and information on the worst non-native invasive plants, insects and plant pathogensin the Southeastern United States• Provides real-time point distribution maps centered on your current location• Invasive species resourcesPowered by EDDMapS - The University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health's Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System. EDDMapS allows for real time tracking of invasive species occurrences using local and national distribution maps and electronic early detection reporting tools.