MyIPM-SED provides Integrated Disease Management (IPM) information for conventional and organic production of strawberries, blueberries, and peaches in the Southeastern United States. The target audience is commercial growers, farm advisors, and specialists, but homeowners may also find useful information. The welcome screen lets the user choose the specific crop. On the main page he may slide through pictures of diseases from left to right or right to left. For each crop the app features about a dozen diseases or disorders. Disease-specific information can be obtained by tapping on the disease picture of the main page and includes an OVERVIEW about the disease and its management and a short two to four minute audio from the regional expert on the bottom of the page. The GALLERY features six pictures of disease signs and symptoms and occasionally a schematic of suggested management solutions. The user can zoom in on each picture. In the MORE section, the user can find information about the disease and its causal organism (including disease cycle and symptoms and signs), chemical control information, fungicide resistance information, and non-chemical control information (including biological control options, cultural control options, and resistant varieties). Underneath the feature picture of the main page are listed active ingredients and trade names registered in the Southeastern United States. When tapping active ingredients the user can choose between materials registered for conventional and organic production. Active ingredients are color-coded according to FRAC (Fungicide Resistance Action Committee) code. Efficacy values from the regional spray guide as well as Field EIQ values from the Cornell IPM Program are listed. The sources of the values are listed in the About MyIPM section. Active ingredients, efficacy and Field EIQ values are sortable. When tapping an active ingredient, the registered trade names containing this active ingredient are displayed. Back on the main page, tapping trade names for conventional or organic production displays all available trade names for the specific disease including active ingredients, PHI (Preharvest Interval) values, REI (Reentry Interval) values, and toxicity values. Trade names, active ingredients, PHI values, REI values, efficacy and toxicity values are sortable. In order to quickly look up active ingredients and trade names for a specific disease, the user can tap the disease on the top and choose another disease on the drop-down menu. Back on the main page, the user can choose to listen to more audio recordings by tapping the headset symbol in the top right. The audios are from southeastern specialists and deal with pest and disease management. The audio can be streamed or downloaded. Each title can be downloaded individually by tapping and holding the title.
Great pictures, informative
I am not needing this app and can not seem to uninstall it. (Quite a large file). Can you help me to remove this?