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Garden Manager : Plant Alarm

LemonClip
'Garden Manager' app is an essential gardening tool.Save time with various gardening alarms.Why don't you try making a vegetable garden and planting lettuce, peppers or other vegetables?You can keep track of their growing progress and share it via Facebook or Twitter.Buy flowerpots, get outside, feel and enjoy the clean air.'Garden Manager' will help a lot.* Features1. Various alarms - You will never forget to water your plants again. - You can set alarms for fertilizing, spraying pesticide and so on. Custom tasks are also available. - When you set the alarm, it will remind you on time.2. Plant photo log - Take pictures of and make notes about your treasured plants. - When you sow and harvest seeds, you can experience the fun of writing notes about them and keeping track of the growing progress observed in your garden. - If you write the widths / heights of your plants in each log, you can see them on the graph. 3. Sharing - You can brag about your logs to your friends via facebook, twitter and so on. - Or ask them why your plants are withering.4. Finding nearby florists - You can find florists near you.* TIPS: If the app locks up on you when adding photos, disable photo cropping. - Jesse Oliver - * Are there any problems?* Please contact us - https://www.facebook.com/GardenManager - jeedoridori@gmail.com

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.

Mid-Atlantic Early Detection Network on the App Store on iTunes

Charles T. Bargeron

Description

Identify 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 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.

Washington Noxious Weeds 2014

TechFleur
NOTE: If you find any errors, have any problems, or wish the app did something differently, please send email to appdevteam@techfleur.com. We want to earn your 5-star rating. See the bottom of this description for items already on the list to be updated.The Washington Noxious Weeds 2014 app provides the list of weeds that have been designated as "noxious" by the Washington State Noxious Weeds Control Board (NWCB). The information and some photos in this app are from the Washington State Noxious Weed Control Board (WSNWCB) web site and are used with permission. The WSNWCB is not associated with the developers of this app.A "weed" is generally defined as any plant that isn't where you want it. However, "'. . .noxious weed' is a legal term for any invasive, non-native plant that threatens agricultural crops, local ecosystems, or fish and wildlife habitat." Noxious weeds include non-native grasses, flowering plants, shrubs, and trees, as well as aquatic plants that invade wetlands, rivers, lakes, and shorelines.In Washington, noxious weeds are separated into three categories:* Class A noxious weeds are unrecorded in the state or are limited in distribution and require eradication.* Class B noxious weeds are designated for control in state regions where they are not yet widespread. * Class C noxious weeds are either already widespread in Washington or are of special interest to the agricultural industry. Each county determines the level of control required.This app includes:*Definitions of noxious weeds and the three Classes established by the NWCB*Changes to the list in 2014*A summary of noxious weed laws*A physical description and photo, growth and reproductive habits, and control mechanisms for each noxious weed WHO SHOULD USE THIS APP?This app is specific to conditions in the state of Washington. Plant information may be of interest to users outside of Washington, but the noxious weed classifications and remedies may not be relevant. * Landowners - In Washington state, it the responsibility of landowners – both public and private – to control certain noxious weeds. This app helps landowners to identify noxious weeds and learn about Washington’s three classifications of noxious weeds. Contact your local county noxious weed control board to learn about specific control requirements in your county.*Professional landscapers/gardeners*People interested in protecting native species and ecosystems*People who want to identify invasive species in their home gardens*Casual horticulturists who want to identify any invasive plants they encounter on nature walksPLANNED FUTURE UPDATES*Add information for NWCBs at the county-level *Add mapping information of known noxious weed presence by county*Identify noxious weeds on the quarantine list*Create a separate list of known toxic or poisonous noxious weeds

Grow Organic Herbs FREE

theotherhat.biz
"Grow Your Own Organic Herbs" from Garden Organic is a FREE handy, quick-reference tool, providing tips and advice for all those who want to start growing organic herbs."Grow Your Own Organic Herbs" is ideal for those with no experience who want to start organic gardening. It makes a useful quick reference tool for more experienced gardeners and is also recommended for children, the gardeners of the future."Grow Your Own Organic Herbs" is the companion app to our other apps, “Grow Your Own Vegetables”, "Grow Your Own Organic Fruits", “Home Composting” and “Organic Gardening Guidelines”."Grow Your Own Organic Herbs" is divided into two main sections: Get Started & Grow Herbs.Get StartedTips for growing organic including:- composting- use of organically grown seeds- encouraging wildlife that feed on pests- mulching- conservation of water- things to avoid
Grow HerbsAn illustrated A-Z growing guide for popular herb varieties, each with useful facts on:- suggested species- how and when to plant- growing tips- average growing period- equipment needed- germination time- average plant size- family group to grow with- seed information- when to harvest- key nutritional content- PLUS a handy calendar to help you plan your gardening year
Organic gardeners focus their energy into increasing the natural health of their soil, choosing appropriate plant varieties, and working with nature to produce a healthy and productive garden.The organic approach to growing recognises that all living things depend on one another, from pests and soil to flowers and wildlife, all are inter-related - even us. We are all responsible for how we treat the soil and the environment, to safeguard it for future generations.By using organic methods for your kitchen garden, allotment, or community garden, you can 'grow your own' free from pesticides in healthy soil maintained with compost from recycled materials.
About Garden OrganicGarden Organic is the UK national charity dedicated to researching and promoting sustainable growing, and has been at the forefront of organic horticulture for over 50 years. Garden Organic has aimed to ensure this app will be of real practical use and cover every aspect of vegetable growing using organic methods.Organic gardening methods harness the natural cycles and processes that promote plant growth. The app will help users care for the environment and to cut their ‘carbon footprint’ by ‘reducing, reusing and recycling’ resources, while creating a flourishing growing space.Why organic gardening mattersGardening and growing offers great benefits for us all - benefits for the environment, for people’s health and wellbeing, for food security and for building stronger communities. Our outdoor growing space, be it the private garden, community garden, allotment, school garden, or just a small space nearby, is a place where we relax and recharge both spiritually and physically. It is also a place where we can learn and reconnect with nature and the food we eat and where we can take practical action to adopt sustainable lifestyles.Using the organic approach to gardening and growing, which Garden Organic has been promoting for over 50 years, will ensure that these benefits can be achieved and enjoyed to their full potential.

SEEDN

Bugwood
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.

PGR Mix Master

University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension
Quickly and accurately calculate dilutions for all your greenhouse PGR needs!PGR Mix Master is a tool to assist commercial greenhouse personnel in calculating correct dilutions for plant growth regulators. The application was developed by the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension with financial support from Fine Americas, Inc.PGR Mix Master can calculate dilutions for most PGRs available to commercial greenhouses, these include:• A-Rest• Abide• Atrimmec• Augeo• B-Nine• Bonzi• Citadel• Concise• Configure• Cycocle• Dazide• Downsize• Fascination• Florel• Florgib• Fresco• GibGro• Pazol• Piccolo• Piccolo 10X• ProGibb• Sumagic• TopflorPGR Mix Master allows the user to specify a product, final dilution volume (in gallons), and dilution concentration (PPM). Once these three inputs are made PGR Mix Master will display the amount of PGR needed to obtain the desired concentration.

OG Planting Planner

Rodale
Take the guesswork out of planting a garden. The Planting Planner lets you get the timing right for your best garden ever. Just select what you want to grow, and the app helps you determine when to start your seeds indoors and when to plant outside, based on the frost dates for your GPS location. The Planting Planner will provide weather information, sunrise and sunset times, and moon phases for all those biodynamic gardeners out there.For 70 years, Organic Gardening magazine has shared reliable, user-friendly, and trustworthy gardening advice and ideas. Now, in partnership with Safer© brand garden products, the Planting Planner makes garden management information and resources more accessible than ever. From artichoke to zucchini, ageratum to zinnias, we cover a wide range of vegetables, herbs, and flowers—annuals and perennials.Automatically downloads updates unless changed in Settings.

Washington Wildflowers Intro

High Country Apps, LLC
University of Washington Herbarium at the Burke Museum, the authors of WILDFLOWERS OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST, and High Country Apps have partnered to produce the new WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS plant identification app for mobile devices. This free INTRO app demonstrates the app's full functionality with a sampling of 32 species; including images, species descriptions, range maps, bloom period, and technical descriptions. The full app covers 870 common wildflowers, shrubs, and vines found in Washington and adjacent areas of British Columbia, Idaho, and Oregon. The majority of species included are native, but introduced species common to the region are covered as well. The app does not need an Internet connection to run, so you can use it no matter how remote your wanderings take you.The number of species covered and wealth of information included sets a new standard for wildflower identification apps. Though primarily designed for amateur enthusiasts, the breadth of content in WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS also makes it appealing to more experienced botanists. Users can browse the species list by common or scientific name (and even by family!) to locate a plant and access the related information. However, most users will want to rely on the easy-to-use search key to accurately identify plants of interest.The key's interface is broken down into nine simple categories: growth habit (e.g., wildflower, shrub, vine), flower color, month of year, geographic region, habitat, leaf arrangement, leaf type, duration (annual, biennial, perennial), and origin (native or introduced). Select choices in as many or as few categories as you wish. As you do so, the number of species found is displayed at the top of the page. Once done selecting, the click of a button returns a list of thumbnail images and names for potential matches. Users scroll among the species on the list and tap a thumbnail image to access additional photos, descriptions, and range maps.WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS includes supporting documents with extensive information on the ecoregions of Washington, descriptions of habitats found across the state, wildflower destinations with best time to visit, insights into how the climate influences the plant communities found here, as well as detailed instructions on how to use the app. Users will also find an extensive glossary of botanical terms, along with labeled diagrams of leaves, flowers, and inflorescences. Finally, detailed descriptions can be found for each family contained in WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS. Tapping on a family name brings up a list of images and names for all species in the app belonging to that family.Washington and its adjacent areas are home to diverse landscapes containing a wealth of wildflowers, shrubs, and vines. WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS will appeal to individuals of all ages who travel to such areas and are interested in knowing the names and natural history of the plants that they encounter. WASHINGTON WILDFLOWERS is also a great educational tool for learning more about plant communities, botanical terms, and how to identify plants in general. A portion of revenues from the app supports conservation and botanical exploration in the region.

Great Lakes Early Detection Network on the App Store on iTunes

Charles T. Bargeron

Description

Identify and Report Invasive Plants, Animals, Insects and Plant Pathogens in the Great Lakes region of the U.S.

The Great Lakes Early Detection Network (GLEDN) 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. The GLEDN app was developed by the University of Georgia’s Center for Invasive Species and Ecosystem Health. GLEDN is more than just a smartphone app; it is an integrated invasive species reporting and outreach campaign for the Great Lakes region of the United States that includes the app and the GLEDN website.

Every year new invasive plants, animals, insects and plant pathogens are found in the Great Lakes region of the U.S. 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.

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 GLEDN 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, animals, insects and plant pathogens
•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.