App LIVE and AVAILABLE for download May 21, 2012
A tour de force of nursery and landscape pest management, IPMPro mobile device app. will streamline your pest management decision-making, employee training, and make complying with state pesticide recordkeeping regulations easy!
Imagine having a leading expert send you a text to alert you about pests as they emerge and time-sensitive cultural tasks! Built by leading horticulture and pest management experts, IPMPro is like having an expert with you on the job every day!
Available for iPhone, iPad, and Android
For iPhone or iPad version visit: App Store - IPMPro Download
For Android version visit: Android Store - IPMPro Download
- Major pest and cultural practices reference at your finger tips!
- Automatic text-like alerts for time-sensitive pest issues and cultural practices -alert date adjusted specifically for your location!
- Viewable as a calendar or chronological list of action items for easy reference!
- Contains images, pest lifecycle, and management options for major pests of woody plants!
- Provides pesticide recommendations for major diseases and insects!
- Built-in pesticide recordkeeping to make outdoor, and on-the-go recordkeeping easy!
- BONUS Weed content!
Buy One for Each Employee
Apple's Information on Volume Purchasing - visit 
Some customers have negotiated a 50% discount through the bulk purchase program with Apple.
Follow the link above to find answers to the questions below:
Who should buy the app?
Why is IPMPro $24.99? Many apps are free or cheap
In what states is it most applicable?
Why do I have to fill in information when I download the app.?
How do I receive the text-like alerts (push notifications)?
Why do the alerts come at 4:00PM pm and on the weekends?
Can I change when the alerts occur?
Will the alerts cost money?
How are the entomology alert dates derived?
What do the bars in the calendar mean?
For More Information
Email Amy at IPMProApp@utk.edu
Thank you for your interest in IPMPro.
The Development Team
Tennessee (Lead Institution)
Amy Fulcher (Lead Developer), University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Department of Plant Sciences
Frank Hale, The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Soil, Plant and Pest Center
William Klingeman, The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Department of Plant Sciences
Alan Windham, The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, Soil, Plant and Pest Center
Kris Braman, The University of Georgia, Department of Entomology
Matthew Chappell, The University of Georgia, Horticulture Department
Jean Williams-Woodward (Lead Plant Pathology Developer), The University of Georgia, Department of Plant Pathology
Winston Dunwell, UK Research & Education Center
Stanton Gill, University of Maryland, Central Maryland UME
Karen Rane, University of Maryland Plant Diagnostic
Craig Adkins, North Carolina State University, Agricultural Resource Center
Steven Frank, North Carolina State University, Department of Entomology
Anthony LeBude, Horticultural Science Mountain Horticultural Crops Research and Extension Center (MHCREC)
Joe Neal, North Carolina State University, Department of Horticultural Science
Juang-Horng (J.C.) Chong (Lead Entomology Developer), Pee Dee Research and Education Center
Sarah White (Lead Horticulture Developer), Clemson University, School of Agricultural, Forest, and Environmental Sciences
Jeff Derr, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Hampton Roads Ag. Res. and Ext. Center
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