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Plant Dictionary Common Pro and Latin Names with Pictures on the App Store on iTunes

Martin Ogg

Description

Plant Dictionary is a fast, easy to use, convenient and free app to look up over 600 plants' Names, Binomial (Latin) Names, Pictures and description text.

Ideal for any gardener and those interested in plants!

Swipe left and right to look through plants in this easy to use and fast app. Press the info button to get a description of the plant, or get more descriptive information online.

Feedback gratefully appreciated! I'm looking to improve this app to make this a more effective tool

NPIPM Guide

SDSU Mobile Apps
This guide is intended to provide current effective management options for insect and other arthropod pests and for plant pathogens affecting all major field crops grown in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa and Kansas. Chemical and non-chemical control practices, when available, are described in detail for individual pests and pathogens. These practices include cultural and biological control options, and host plant resistance. By including alternatives to pesticides, we hope to create a ready reference of management strategies growers will consider when faced with a pest problem.

FloraMatch™

Haifa Group
FloraMatch™ helps you predict availability of nutrients throughout the season and to plan Multicote™ controlled release fertilization accordingly. FlorMatch™ generates release curves of main Multicote™ formulae and calculates nutrient release according to expected temperatures. This lets you visualize plant nutrition over time, and make adjustments if needed. FlorMatch™ enables you to customize your own Multicote™ formulae, selecting from a wide range of raw materials. Thus, you can reach any desired nutritional composition and release profile. Benefits: •Helps predicting plant nutrition throughout the season •Takes into account actual growth condition •Enables composition of customized Multicote® formulae •Suitable for ornamental nurseries and for agricultural crops

Plants Dictionary

Martin Ogg
Plant Dictionary is a fast, easy to use, convenient and free app to look up over 600 plants' Names, Binomial (Latin) Names, Pictures and description text.Ideal for any gardener and those interested in plants!Swipe left and right to look through plants in this easy to use and fast app. Press the info button to get a description of the plant, or get more descriptive information online.Feedback gratefully appreciated! I'm looking to improve this app to make this a more effective tool

Biology - Plant handbook Free on the App Store on iTunes

Online Science Classroom, LLC

Description

The handbook "Biology - Morphology of Plants" will be useful to high school students, prospective students and everyone who is interested in biology, botany and plants.

The free version of plant reference "Biology - Morphology of Plants" includes one example of each characteristic of the structure of leaves, flowers and fruits (type of venation, corolla shape, etc.).

"Biology - Morphology of Plants" (botany) handbook will be a good biology helper!

Languages: English, German, Russian

Greenhouse Management

GIE Media, Inc.
Greenhouse Management offers a wide range of plant production, business management, disease/pest control and news content to growers of both annual and perennial ornamental plants under cover. We strive to keep our U.S. and Canadian readers abreast of the latest technological and procedural advancements that can help them increase efficiency and improve operations.

Report a Weed

Hipwood Digital Inc
Invasive plants, often called weeds, are plants that are not native to British Columbia (BC) and cause lasting environmental and economic harm. Some are toxic, or otherwise harmful to humans or animals. These plants can establish and spread quickly, and outcompete our native vegetation. Eradication and control efforts cost BC taxpayers millions of dollars every year.The Report-a-Weed BC app lets you report weed sightings anywhere in BC, in just a few simple steps. Your report will go to one of BC's invasive plant specialists, who will coordinate follow-up activities with the appropriate local authorities.The app can be used off-line to create submissions as well; simply click ‘Submit’ and the report will be sent as soon as you are back in cell coverage. There’s a map of BC that displays the 500 most recent submission details, and you can search through images of all invasive plant species on the list.Your involvement will help land owners and invasive plant managers in their early detection and rapid response activities, as well as enhance the knowledge of current distribution of established invasive plant species!If you are interested in learning more about Report-a-Weed BC please visit www.reportaweedbc.ca.

Southwest Plant Selector on the App Store on iTunes

New Mexico State University Board of Regents

Description

Southwest Plant Selector is the only app of expert-recommended xeric landscape plants specifically for New Mexico, El Paso, and surrounding areas. All plants in this app thrive on little or no supplemental water and are typically both available and used in regional xeriscapes.

Browse through a database of hundreds of 700+ plants or search based on specific criteria. Each plant includes photo(s) and relevant information on use and care. Mark your “favorites” for quick access at the nursery or in your yard.

Gold winner (2013) in the interactive media program category, awarded by the Association for Communication Excellence in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Life and Human Sciences.

Southwest Plant Selector is the result of a cooperative effort between the Center for Landscape Water Conservation and the New Mexico Office of the State Engineer and was developed for iTunes by New Mexico State University Media Productions.

PlantQuest on the App Store on iTunes

Brendan Mckenney

Description

Presented in easy to read format, PlantQuest provides quick access to plant information, images and graphics to assist with plant selection for sustainable landscapes. PlantQuest plants have been selected for their ease of cultivation, adaptability to urban gardens and to Mediterranean climate regions.
•View plant size, type, uses and climate zones.
• Search plants by size, water needs and microclimates.
•A library of descriptions and design ideas will get you started on a path to a colorful and enduring landscape.
• Consult the handy glossary for brief hints on cultivation.
•Find your climate zone based on zip code or city.
•Create a list of favorite plants to review at your convenience.
•Follow the references for useful links to more information.
•Find links to our favorite plant vendors.
•Use the QR code scanner at public gardens and nurseries where PlantQuest labels are featured.
•Stay tuned for updates as we add more plants and features to PlantQuest.
Developed by Frank Simpson and Gone Mobl an association with Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden.

Report a Weed on the App Store on iTunes

Hipwood Digital Inc

Description

Invasive plants, often called weeds, are plants that are not native to British Columbia (BC) and cause lasting environmental and economic harm. Some are toxic, or otherwise harmful to humans or animals. These plants can establish and spread quickly, and outcompete our native vegetation. Eradication and control efforts cost BC taxpayers millions of dollars every year.

The Report-a-Weed BC app lets you report weed sightings anywhere in BC, in just a few simple steps. Your report will go to one of BC's invasive plant specialists, who will coordinate follow-up activities with the appropriate local authorities.
The app can be used off-line to create submissions as well; simply click ‘Submit’ and the report will be sent as soon as you are back in cell coverage. There’s a map of BC that displays the 500 most recent submission details, and you can search through images of all invasive plant species on the list.

Your involvement will help land owners and invasive plant managers in their early detection and rapid response activities, as well as enhance the knowledge of current distribution of established invasive plant species!
If you are interested in learning more about Report-a-Weed BC please visit www.reportaweedbc.ca.