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Turf ID Guide on the App Store on iTunes

Bayer Australia Ltd

Description

Bayer Australia Ltd's new 'Turf ID Guide' app provides detailed information on Turf Weeds, Turf Diseases and Turf Insects. High resolution photographs showing a magnified perspective of each weed, disease and insect, allows for easy identification. In the case where the turf problem cannot be easily identified, Bayer has provided an email address so that photographs can be sent to their Turf Consulting Manager for personalised identification. In addition, advice is given on the Situation, Occurrence and Treatment for each Turf problem. Bayer products are recommended and active Ingredients, rates, etc. listed.

This app is intended for use by Turf Managers, in particular, Golf Superintendants, however, it is also expected the wider community will also benefit.

The App also provides links to MSDS, Labels for Turf products. And It's free to download and use.

Ag Weed ID

Penton
Ag Weed ID is an in-hand tool to help producers identify weeds during scouting in 6 major row crops (corn, cotton, rice, sorghum, soybeans, and wheat), from the experts at Penton Farm Progress Group. Our database includes information and images for about 75 of the most common weeds, and enables you to narrow your search by crop, season, and location so that you can compare weeds that might be relevant to you right now.You can compare images right next to your weed – in the field when timing is critical – or use the app’s camera integration feature to take and upload photos of your weeds to identify at a more convenient time. You can also bookmark weeds to reference later, or share them with your weed scientist to acquire more information.Ag Weed ID solves an existing business problem in an attractive, streamlined fashion. It is the easiest, most user-friendly way for agriculture producers to identify and address the weeds that threaten their business, with the tools and information they need in the palm of their hand.Note that this tool is for 6 row crops only at this time (corn, cotton, rice, sorghum, soybeans, and wheat). Additional crop/weed combinations are in the pipeline!

Ag Weed ID on the App Store on iTunes

Penton Inc.

Description

Ag Weed ID is an in-hand tool to help producers identify weeds during scouting in 6 major row crops (corn, cotton, rice, sorghum, soybeans, and wheat), from the experts at Penton Farm Progress Group. Our database includes information and images for about 75 of the most common weeds, and enables you to narrow your search by crop, season, and location so that you can compare weeds that might be relevant to you right now.

You can compare images right next to your weed – in the field when timing is critical – or use the app’s camera integration feature to take and upload photos of your weeds to identify at a more convenient time. You can also bookmark weeds to reference later, or share them with your weed scientist to acquire more information.

Ag Weed ID solves an existing business problem in an attractive, streamlined fashion. It is the easiest, most user-friendly way for agriculture producers to identify and address the weeds that threaten their business, with the tools and information they need in the palm of their hand.

Note that this tool is for 6 row crops only at this time (corn, cotton, rice, sorghum, soybeans, and wheat). Additional crop/weed combinations are in the pipeline!

Mangrove iD on the App Store on iTunes

MangroveWatch Ltd

Description

The World Mangrove iD app is an e-book, and a living expert guide to all mangrove plants worldwide. Do you have an interest in the fascinating world of mangroves? Do you have questions like; What mangrove is that?; or What mangroves grow in my country? Maybe also, Why are mangroves important? You will find all your answers, and more, in the World Mangrove iD e-book app.

It is just like having your very own mangrove expert on call. This nearly complete botanical guide has descriptions and images at your fingertips of all known mangrove plants. It has been compiled and written by Dr Norman C Duke, long time mangrove ecologist and marine science specialist, for MangroveWatch Ltd, the charitable, not-for-profit environmental monitoring NGO for tidal wetlands.

The guide provides more than 500 exquisite images, world distribution records and authoritative botanical descriptions of all 85 mangrove plant species, hybrids and varieties occurring worldwide; plus a selection of 15 common Associate plants you are likely to come across. The information and data presented provides the very latest up-to-date botanical information from Dr Duke's Mangrove Flora Project conducted over the last three decades. Botanical illustrator Deirdre Bean contributed silhouettes drawings of all 100 plant types shown.

The purpose of the guide is two-fold: one, to show off the diversity and distribution of these plants; and two, to improve our knowledge of them. For this, you are invited to contribute by helping fill remaining gaps revealed in the guide. It could be a new image, or just a better one, or, it could be more information on peak flowering and fruiting periods, or even a new species! Such observations are essential information for understanding what is happening in the world around us! And, things are changing more and more rapidly. Scientists and environmental managers everywhere need your help. The knowledge you have of local occurrences and events is essential and much needed!

Check out the list for any selected country, and let Dr Duke know if that country species list needs correction or updating. In so doing, please use the Capture facility to send a message and photograph showing diagnostic parts of the specimen to verify your observations; along with the location where it was growing. Your contribution maybe more important than you might imagine; you will be acknowledged, especially when any of your information is used in future upgrades of the guide.

So come check out these absolutely fascinating plants; you will not be disappointed!

Rain Alarm Pro

Michael Diener - Software e.K.
This weather app warns you when rain is currently nearing. Instead of forecasting it warns using almost real-time data, which is more precise than any forecast can be. It is an useful assistant for everything outdoors like cycling, biking, hiking, gardening, BBQ, picnics, walking the dogs, home improvement and more.Features:- warns for any type of precipitation, may it be rain, snow or hail- warning as notification, vibration and/or sound- precipitation map view- widgets in different sizes and themesFor the latest news follow us on Twitter: @rainalarmThe data used originates from governmental weather services. Works in the USA (including Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Guam), Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Argentina, Australia, Taiwan, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Austria, Finland, Norway, Iceland, the Netherlands, Spain (including the Balearic and the Canary Islands), Slovenia, Croatia, Belarus, Ukraine, Russia.If your device did not include Google Maps and you have installed it in a non-intended way, the app might not work. Please use instead Rain Alarm OSM Pro, which does not require Google Maps.Compared to the free version this app has the following enhancements:- No advertisement- Many customizable settings, like update interval, search radius, animation interval- Customizable alarm conditions and notifiers (notification, LED, sounds, speech output, vibration patterns)- More widget themes- Support for Android Wear and Sony SmartWatch 1 + 2Permissions:Photos/Media/Files - cache will be stored on external memory to save space on internal memoryWi-Fi connection information - check if there is connectivityConnect and disconnect from Wi-Fi - Pro version: optionally activate Wi-Fi when no other connectivityDevice ID & call information - needed for licensing mechanism - only the device ID is usedSmart Connect extension for SmartWatch 2LiveWare™ extension for SmartWatchLiveWare™ extension for Smart Wireless Headset pro

Citrus Diseases Key

LucidMobile
Early disease detection and management are essential to ensuring continued viability of the U.S. citrus industry. Rapid communication of new diseases, significant outbreaks, and accurate information are vital. Many diseases are difficult to distinguish from one another or disease symptoms mimic disorder symptoms. Images and description of diseases are helpful in making a correct diagnosis.Citrus Diseases is a symptom-based, illustrated identification key that encompasses citrus diseases that are in the United States as well as those of immediate concern. It is designed to be used by United States quarantine officials responsible for inspecting imports, and by federal, state and local domestic survey and identification personnel.Key authors: David Serrano, Esther Serrano, Megan Dewdney, and Christina SouthwickEarly disease detection and management are essential to ensuring continued viability of the U.S. citrus industry. Rapid communication of new diseases, significant outbreaks, and accurate information are vital. Many diseases are difficult to distinguish from one another or disease symptoms mimic disorder symptoms. Images and description of diseases are helpful in making a correct diagnosis.Citrus Diseases is a symptom-based, illustrated identification key that encompasses citrus diseases that are in the United States as well as those of immediate concern. It is designed to be used by United States quarantine officials responsible for inspecting imports, and by federal, state and local domestic survey and identification personnel.Key authors: David Serrano, Esther Serrano, Megan Dewdney, and Christina SouthwickThis key is part of a complete Citrus Diseases tool: http://idtools.org/id/citrus/diseases/Lucid Mobile key developed by USDA APHIS ITP

Livestock Manager on the App Store on iTunes

Tyler Humphrey

Description

Livestock Manager is the most useful livestock application made to better your operation. The app syncs with all of your devices with your Apple ID, and all information is backed up on iCloud so you’ll never lose your information. It individualizes its own page for every animal you have in your program. With five categories: Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Goats, and Pigs, Livestock Manager lets you organize your operation into one place.

Every profile lets you put in a photograph of the animal by taking a picture or uploading one from your camera’s library, put in your sire and dam of the animal, date of birth, breed date, due date, vaccination history, calving history, breeding history, and much more.

For those of you who market your animals on the web, you can share your animal’s profile to Facebook, Twitter, and E-mail. Not only that, Livestock Manager gives you a gestation table for your species of Livestock in app, then you don’t have to look up the due dates of your animal’s. Another great option the app gives you is push notifications. You can set reminders in your app so that you’ll never forget to do something with your operation.

eCropScout 2.0

Prairie Farm Club Inc.
This is a new version of eCropScout. This version will now work on 7 & 10 inch tablets.eCropScout is designed to be used by crop consultants, farmers, seed dealers, agronomists and agricultural professionals. eCropScout has been developed by Prairie Farm Club, Inc; a website used by the agricultural community to deliver real-time crop condition maps. eCropScout is integrated into our website (grainshed.com) to deliver real-time information about crop conditions.Features- Easy to navigate App for farmers, agronomists and agricultural professionals to save all their information: field scouting, Insect and disease scouting, chemical applications, fertilizer/manure applications, planting data, and harvesting data.- Crop scouts, agronomists and agricultural professionals will scout farm fields and enter data about the field crops. They then can save, email or print the scouting report to their growers.- The App allows importing field maps, Google Maps, and taking pictures of the field. You can also draw your own maps or draw on any of the imported maps and pictures. The map will print on the 2nd page or back of a scouting report. - Field information is stored on the tablet file folder or DropBox for emailing or printing.- Allows placement of your own label or logo on the scouting sheet.Benefits- All Apps: The key to a successful app is ease of use, and eCropScout’s design is built with that in mind. All apps allow you to add grower, crop and condition information. You can have the option to add a map that will print on the 2nd page or back of the form. Whether you’re in the tractor or scouting a field you can now easily keep track of all your field information.- Reduce your paper work and send the field data to anyone in real time or your desktop computer.- Weed, Insect and Disease Scouting Apps: Most of the data entry consists of pull downs for quick reports. You can add your own weeds and the App will remember what you entered. Recommended chemical application information is very easy and quick to enter.- Fertilizer/Manure Application App: An app to make recommendation for applications or use to keep all your records on applications. Keep records on Fertilization/Manure and draw in the area spread for each field. Have all the information needed for feedlot permits. The best part is you can easily make a map showing the area applied.- Chemical Application App: Pull-downs for quick data entry. Products can be added to by the user and the app remembers those products. Area sprayed can be shown with the map system.- The seamless connection to Prairie Farm Club website allows you to benefit from your work. With farmers, agronomists and agricultural professionals supplying crop conditions, the guessing about how the crop is progressing around the country is over.Requirements- Users of eCropScout automatically become free Silver Members/Reporters at the Prairie Farm Club website grainshed.com - Each user registers at the Prairie Farm Club website and is given ID # to use in the eCropScout App. At the grainshed.com website you gain free access to crop condition information throughout the growing season. - eCropScout App Only sends crop condition information to the Prairie Farm Club website. All personal information is kept with the tablet and only date, crop, crop stage, moisture, state, county, crop condition, irrigation, population, % County planted, and Scout/Consultant ID are sent to the Prairie Farm Club website.We are on YouTube.com search under eCropScout.

Citrus Pests Key

LucidMobile
Citrus is one of the most important commercially grown agricultural products in the United States. Additionally, many citrus varieties are backyard crop plants, providing important sources of food at a local community level. As a result, citrus is one of the most economically important groups of plants. Numerous insect pests threaten the citrus industry and backyard citrus trees through feeding damage, while other pests vector diseases that are potentially lethal.Citrus Pests Key is aimed primarily at extension agents, inspectors, and other plant professionals with access to a light microscope and hand lens. It is designed to help users determine which type of citrus insect pest they have encountered by featuring an interactive key coupled with illustrated, descriptive fact sheets for each pest. Citrus Pests Key is intended to be used as a screening aid. For definitive species identification, specimens should be sent to an expert for verification.During the initial development of the key, an advisory committee developed a comprehensive list of over 300 pest and beneficial arthropods that needed to be considered for inclusion into the key. Since the key was designed and scoped as a basic screening aid to support survey and detection support, 51 total species from the comprehensive list were selected by the authors based on the following criteria:- commonly found insect pests on cultivated citrus in the U.S. as determined by the Citrus Pest Advisory Committee,- citrus insect pests that have been intercepted at U.S. ports but have not become established,- insect pests that have entered the U.S. but have now been eradicated, and- exotic insect pests of immediate concern to U.S. cultivated citrus.Key authors: Sarahlynne Guerrero, Jennifer Weeks, Amanda Hodges, Kirk Martin, and Norman LepplaThis key is part of a complete Citrus Pests tool: http://idtools.org/id/citrus/pests/Lucid Mobile key developed by USDA APHIS ITP

Pest Reference for Collections

zak software inc
A Reference and learning tool for collections, museums and libraries.The Collection Pests Reference is a reference and learning tool for the caretakers of all types of collections.This app is provided by CollectionPests.com, a site developed and maintained by ZAKS.COM. Collection Pests is an online pest tracking and information storage system for Museums, Libraries, Archives, Historical Institutions and Societies and Galleries.The initial database contains 28 of the most common pests of concern to collection caretakers. The database contains the Common and Scientific names of the pests, the scientific order, the risk assessment according to the guidelines developed by the Musuempests Working Group and an image of the pest.The pests included in this release are:Firebrat, Varied Carpet Beetle, Brown Banded Cockroach, Larder Beetle, True Powderpost Beetle, House Mouse, Norway Rat, Black Larder Beetle, American Cockroach, Book Lice or Pscocids, Odd Beetle, Gnat, Spider Beetle, Drain Fly, Brown House Moth, Casemaking Clothes Moth, Deathwatch Beetle, Drugstore Beetle, Furniture Beetle, Furniture Carpet Beetle, German Cockroach, Hide Beetle, Oriental Cockroach, Silverfish, Warehouse Beetle, Webbing Clothes Moth, White Shouldered House Moth and the Woodlouse Hunter Spider.Also included are the FLASH CARDS created by the students at Fleming College attending The Museum Management and Curatorship Program. There are 9 cards of the most popular pests. There is a whimsical drawing of each pest along with a realistic rendition - a great teaching tool for children and those new to pests in collections.In addition we are very pleased to include the ID CARDS developed by Christina Cain from the University of Colorado Natural History Museum. This set feature actual photos of pests in action.CollectionPests.com was created by Zak Software, a contributor to the groundbreaking work of the Integrated Pest Management Working Group. Their web site is at http://museumpests.net.Any ideas would be welcome - please contact us with yours.Leon Zak, CollectionsPests and Zpests creator.