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These are categorised by plant type, and results for each can be refined by state and lifecycle, and whether they are native, currently flowering or have a distinctive smell.
The application allows users to search, identify, compare photos of their own paddock weeds to those in the app. We encourage you to update your application content regularly when prompted to "Check for update?" to ensure you have access to the latest weeds research and information.
The free version of the handbook "Biology. Morphology of Plants "is available to" Flower ", which presents the characteristics and structure of flowers.
"Biology. Morphology of Plants" (botany) handbook will be a good biology helper!
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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.
*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 walks
PLANNED 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
This mobile app includes:
* A Lucid3 key to over 600 garden and environmental weeds found in south-eastern Queensland.
* Fact sheets with detailed descriptions and notes on impacts.
* The Full edition contains over 10,000 colour photos!
*** Both the editions of this app are free! ***
The only difference between the Full and Lite editions of the mobile app is the number of images contained within the identification key. To reduce the download size and installed app size the Lite edition only includes one (1) image per species. The Full edition contains many photographs per species.
We would like to thank the following Queensland councils who sponsored this app and helped make it free:
Brisbane City Council
Gympie Regional Council
Bundaberg Regional Council
Gladstone Regional Council
Gold Coast City Council
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For turf disease diagnosis a 4 step process has to be followed and for weed identification it’s only a simple 2 step process. This allows for quick and easy identification while in the field.
In the case where the turf problem cannot be easily identified, Bayer has provided a camera option allowing photographs to be uploaded and sent direct to their Field Sales Support Manager for personalised identification within 2 working days.
A guide to all Bayer turf products are also featured in the app. Details are provided on the products’ key features including an “approved for use on” as a quick guide to effective treatment.
All product information pages have links to Bayer’s website allowing access to the material safety data sheets (MSDS’s) and label text.
A distributor tab, segmented by area, allows users to discover where genuine Bayer products can be sourced from. Phone, email and web details are provided for all of the official Bayer distributors.
The app offers advice on:
- The situation, occurrence and treatment for each turf problem
- The identification, life cycle and problems caused by turf insects
- A camera option to help identify unknown weeds or diseases
- The thresholds for treatment
This app is designed for turf managers responsible for maintenance and development of all types of managed turf especially golf greenkeepers and sports stadia groundsmen.
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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.