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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.

Rose Garden Care

University of Illinois Extension
Rose Garden Care features information about various roses, how to plant and prune roses, how to protect roses in the winter, a gallery to keep track of favorite roses with notes, information on diseases and pests, and includes several University of Illinois Extension YouTube videos about rose care.Information Section Includes:PLANTING - Spacing, Bare-Root (Package Roses), Potted Roses, Boxed RosesPRUNING - Dead-Heading, General Suggestions, Modern Ever-Blooming Roses, Modern Shrub Roses, Old Garden Roses, Climbers and RamblersDISEASES & PEST - Overview, Diseases, Insect Pests, Fungicides & InsecticidesWINTER PROTECTIONVideo Section Includes:How to Prune Roses, Controlling Japanese Beetles, Flower Carpet Rose, Winter Protection for Roses, Well-managed Shrub Roses, and Pruning Shrub Roses for WinterRose Directory Includes: (59 Roses)American Pillar, Apothecary's Rose, Baby Love, Belinda's Dream, Betty Prior, Bonica, Cabbage Rose, Captain Samuel Holland, Carefree Delight, Champlain, Charles Albanel, Country Dancer, Cuthbert Grant, Dainty Bess, David Thompson, Day Dream, Distant Drums, Eglantine Rose, Flower Carpet Roses, Golden Eye, Golden Wings, Gourmet Popcorn, Hakuun 'White Cloud', Henry Hudson, Henry Kelsey, Home Run, Hot Tamale, Jens Munk, John Cabot, John Davis, Knockouts, Lady Elsie May, Lemon Blush, Little Mischief, Magic Carpet, Mary Rose, Minnie Pearl, Morden Blush, Morden Centennial, My Hero, New Dawn, Polar Joy, Prairie Dawn, Rainbow's End, Red Ribbons, Rise'n'Shine, Rosa glauca, Rosa mundi, Rosa sericea pteracantha, Rose De Rescht, Scabrosa, Scarlet Moss, Showtime, Snowdrift, Sunrise Sunset, Wild Spice, Winnipeg Parks, Wm. Baffin, Wm. Booth

EDDMapS West

Bugwood
EDDMapS is a national web-based mapping system for documenting invasive species distribution. It is fast, easy to use and doesn't require Geographic Information Systems experience. Launched in 2005 by the CISEH, it was originally designed as a tool for state Exotic Pest Plant Councils to develop more complete distribution data of invasive species. EDDMapS goal is to maximize the effectiveness and accessibility of the immense numbers of invasive species observations recorded each year. EDDMapS combines data from other databases and organizations as well as volunteer observations to create a national network of invasive species distribution data that is shared with educators, land managers, conservation biologists, and beyond. As of November 2011, EDDMapS has over 1.5 million records. This data serves as the foundation for a better understanding of invasive species distribution around the world. On September 28, 2010, the MRWC and CISEH launched the MRWC-EDDMapS – a customized system that focuses on species that are new or potential new invaders to the Coalition states, and that provides a means of reporting new sightings of select invasive species, a mechanism for alerting appropriate individuals to the reports, and generates distribution maps for the reported species.

Rose Garden Care

University of Illinois Extension
Rose Garden Care features information about various roses, how to plant and prune roses, how to protect roses in the winter, a gallery to keep track of favorite roses with notes, information on diseases and pests, and includes several University of Illinois Extension YouTube videos about rose care.Information Section Includes:PLANTING - Spacing, Bare-Root (Package Roses), Potted Roses, Boxed RosesPRUNING - Dead-Heading, General Suggestions, Modern Ever-Blooming Roses, Modern Shrub Roses, Old Garden Roses, Climbers and RamblersDISEASES & PEST - Overview, Diseases, Insect Pests, Fungicides & InsecticidesWINTER PROTECTIONVideo Section Includes:How to Prune Roses, Controlling Japanese Beetles, Flower Carpet Rose, Winter Protection for Roses, Well-managed Shrub Roses, and Pruning Shrub Roses for WinterRose Directory Includes: (59 Roses)American Pillar, Apothecary's Rose, Baby Love, Belinda's Dream, Betty Prior, Bonica, Cabbage Rose, Captain Samuel Holland, Carefree Delight, Champlain, Charles Albanel, Country Dancer, Cuthbert Grant, Dainty Bess, David Thompson, Day Dream, Distant Drums, Eglantine Rose, Flower Carpet Roses, Golden Eye, Golden Wings, Gourmet Popcorn, Hakuun 'White Cloud', Henry Hudson, Henry Kelsey, Home Run, Hot Tamale, Jens Munk, John Cabot, John Davis, Knockouts, Lady Elsie May, Lemon Blush, Little Mischief, Magic Carpet, Mary Rose, Minnie Pearl, Morden Blush, Morden Centennial, My Hero, New Dawn, Polar Joy, Prairie Dawn, Rainbow's End, Red Ribbons, Rise'n'Shine, Rosa glauca, Rosa mundi, Rosa sericea pteracantha, Rose De Rescht, Scabrosa, Scarlet Moss, Showtime, Snowdrift, Sunrise Sunset, Wild Spice, Winnipeg Parks, Wm. Baffin, Wm. Booth

EDDMapS West on the App Store on iTunes

Charles T. Bargeron

Description

EDDMapS is a national web-based mapping system for documenting invasive species distribution. It is fast, easy to use and doesn't require Geographic Information Systems experience. Launched in 2005 by the CISEH, it was originally designed as a tool for state Exotic Pest Plant Councils to develop more complete distribution data of invasive species. EDDMapS goal is to maximize the effectiveness and accessibility of the immense numbers of invasive species observations recorded each year. EDDMapS combines data from other databases and organizations as well as volunteer observations to create a national network of invasive species distribution data that is shared with educators, land managers, conservation biologists, and beyond. As of November 2011, EDDMapS has over 1.5 million records. This data serves as the foundation for a better understanding of invasive species distribution around the world.

On September 28, 2010, the MRWC and CISEH launched the MRWC-EDDMapS – a customized system that focuses on species that are new or potential new invaders to the Coalition states, and that provides a means of reporting new sightings of select invasive species, a mechanism for alerting appropriate individuals to the reports, and generates distribution maps for the reported species.

In 2013, MRWC EDDMapS was renamed EDDMapS West.

Aerial Spray

USDA ARS Aerial Application Technology
Aerial Application Technology team is a research group within the United States Department of 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)- DilutionUsing the above specified parameters, the app will provide droplet size results to the user. These include:- DV0.1, DV0.5, and DV0.9o 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 users 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.

Vector Sprays on the App Store on iTunes

Bradley Fritz

Description

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.

IveGot1

Bugwood
IveGot1 brings the power of EDDMapS to your Android. Now you can submit invasive species observations directly with your Android from the field. These reports are uploaded to EDDMapS and e-mailed directly to local and state verifiers for review. IveGot1 was developed by the University of Georgia Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health through a cooperative agreement with the National Park Service, in cooperation with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and the University of Florida Center for Aquatic and Invasive Plants. IveGot1 is more than just an app, it is an integrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for Florida that includes the app, a website with direct access to invasive species reporting and a hotline 1-888-IVEGOT1 for instant reports of live animals.Every year more than 85 million people visit Florida. However, people are not Florida's only visitors; Florida is also an inviting destination for invasive species that 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 Floridians over $500 million each year. The economic costs are small compared to the ecological ones. Florida 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 more than 1.7 million acres of Florida’s natural areas have been infested by invasive species.By reporting sightings of invasive animals and plants, we can better assess the extent of the infestations and hopefully eradicate new infestations before they become huge problems such as melaleuca or Burmese pythons. The goal of IveGot1 is to make identification and reporting easy and efficient as possible.Features:Easy species reporting that captures your current location and allows you to submit an image of your sightings. IveGot1 allows for both online and offline reporting with reports saved on your phone for uploading when you have network connectivity.Images and information on Florida's worst non-native invasive animals and plants.Real-time point distribution maps centered on your current location.Get Involved - Join the Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council or your local Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CISMA) through the Florida Invasive Species Partnership.Powered 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.

MAEDN

Bugwood
Mid-Atlantic Early Detection NetworkIdentify and Report Invasive Plants, Insects and Plant Pathogens in the Mid-Atlantic States The Mid-Atlantic Early Detection Network (MAEDN) 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. MAEDN was developed by the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. MAEDN is more than just a smartphone app; MAEDN is a vast network of land managers, field experts, citizen scientists, naturalists, gardeners and others interested in documenting invasive plant occurrences in the Mid-Atlantic region for the purposes of early detection, improved management and better coordination. The region includes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. Every year new invasive plants, insects and plant pathogens are found in the Mid-Atlantic region. 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. Our natural areas furnish us the water we drink, the air we breathe and countless recreational opportunities. These lands are vulnerable to invasion by exotic plant and animal species and these infestations continue to increase every year. 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 Japanese stiltgrass, tree-of-heaven or purple loosestrife. The goal of MAEDN 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 and other invasive pest species of the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States •Provides real-time point distribution maps centered on your current location •Invasive species resources Powered 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. Thanks to support from Invasive Plant Control, Inc., National Park Service, University of Maryland, USDA NIFA and USDA Forest Service, EDDMapS, MAEDN and the MAEDN app is available to users at no cost.

Gardening Reference Guide! on the App Store on iTunes

Sebastian Burrieza

Description

Enhanced for the new iOS 8! and new iPhone's 6!

Powerful and easy to use gardening reference app enjoyed by thousands of users with over +1500 plants!!!


DESCRIPTION...

Gardening Reference Guide! is a simple and easy to use app about cultivation and requirements of hundreds flowers and plants you love.
Beautiful species of plants, with information like common name, botanical name, family, native to, light, water, soil and climate requirements, bloom time or harvest time, and much more, of every flowers and plants you enjoy.

FEATURES...

• Simple and easy to learn information about hundreds of plants with beautiful images.
• Print directly any information to a printer.
• Sort species by common name, botanical name, family, category or bloom time.
• Search for common name, botanical name, family, category, light, water, soil or climate requirements.
• List the species by USDA Hardiness zones.
• New Packs +1000 with new species available from In-App purchases!
• Share any species by email.
• Post any species to Facebook or Twitter really fast and easy.
• Personal support by email to help you get the most from the app.
• And more...


We working to improve Gardening Reference Guide! with new features soon.


If you want an advanced and most powerful gardening reference app check out Garden Guide!, now with over +7000 species in the guide, including trees, shrubs, orchids, tropical, groundcovers, and over 16 categories, with the most important information, descriptions, most important care to do, most important pest or diseases, hardiness zones, planting time and propagation, the ability to add notes for each species, and much more, search in the App Store Garden Guide!

REVIEWS...

- Great app!
Truly a great app, can easily start and find out what flowers I want in my garden and under what conditions they grow best! Definitely worth its money FROM MEXICO

- Fabulous!
I really enjoy using this app as it has been so well thought out as to layout and usability. I have a degree in horticulture and find the information very accurate. No it does not have all known plants but has an excellent and large selection which is being added to all the time. Plenty of ways to add your own input too. I give it 100% for enjoyable usability. Well done you guys/gals and thanks. FROM AUSTRLIA

- Useful app!
There has been much work done to create this app, very useful. So, get it ASAP. FROM CANADA

- Do you love to garden? Want to know what the best plant choices are for a fall bloom or spring vegetable garden in your climate? Garden Guide HD is here to help. Image-rich and easy to navigate, Garden Guide HD features a friendly book-type interface and is loaded with information on cultivation and care of over 2000 plant species. Categories of plants range from ground covers to fruits and flowers. Plan your garden with confidence using this great resource app! FROM APPADVICE.COM

- Very Useful App! - Beautiful photos and useful information. I have several apps from this developer and appreciate the updates. A future update might include an alphabetical tab bar so you don't have to scroll down the entire list. Very nice graphics! FROM UNITED STATES