Applications:

Sprayer Calibration App for iOS and Android


 

Improperly calibrated pesticide spraying equipment may cause either too little or too much pesticide to be applied. This free mobile app was created to aid in the proper calibration of spraying equipment. Simply select the type of sprayer you want to calibrate (Broadcast or Banded), insert values in each input box, select what you want the app to calculate (Volume/Area or Catch/Nozzle), and tap 'Calculate'. Each input's units can be customized by tapping the units. Sprayers can be saved with user-defined names.

This free mobile smartphone app is designed for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices. Select the appropriate icon to download.

If you have questions regarding this sprayer calibration app, please contact Jeremy Greene greene4@clemson.edu.

Mix My Sprayer App for iOS and Android


 

Mix My Sprayer was created to aid with quick, accurate calculations of product mixes to be applied with spraying equipment. Users can create custom lists of favorite products by category. Simply add or select a product, insert values in each input box, and the app automatically calculates the amount of product to include in the user-defined mix size. Units for each input can be customized by tapping the unit buttons. Products are saved with the user settings last used.

This free mobile smartphone app is designed for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and Android devices. Select the appropriate icon to download.

If you have questions regarding this app for sprayer delivery of pesticide mixes, please contact Jeremy Greene greene4@clemson.edu.

 MyIPM App for iOS and Android


 

Check out this Video to learn more about the MyIPM app

The MyIPM smartphone application was originally developed in 2012 by Clemson University for South Carolina peach and strawberry growers, but has since expanded into a tool that serves all fruit growers along the east coast. The app content is maintained in collaboration with fruit extension specialists at Cornell University, University of Massachusetts, Pennsylvania State University, University of Maryland, North Carolina State University, and the University of Georgia. The app is available in the Apple Store and Google play for free to promote Integrated Pest Management for sustained, commercial fruit crop production.

For more information contact: 
Guido Schnabel, Professor and Plant Pathologist, Clemson University, 105 Collings St./220 BRC, Clemson, SC 29634
phone: 864 656 6705; email: schnabe@clemson.edu.