Clemson’s MyIPM app can help get rid of pests

    Those that love to grow their own crops know how tedious it can be.  Dealing with insects and other pests can make it even more troublesome.

    The MyIPM app can help strawberry growers maintain their crops
    The MyIPM app can help strawberry growers maintain their crops

    However, Clemson has collaborated with other schools to come up with a solution.  Their MyIPM app, which stands for Integrated Pest Management, allows smartphone users with “sustained, commercial fruit crop production.”

    The app helps crop growers protect against different fruit.  The different versions of the app, including SED, NED and SEP, provide diagnostics, prevention tactics, product information and tips from specialists.  The apps are available in the Apple Store and Google Play Store.

    The Powell Group invites you to explore the smartphone app to control the pests in your home.  Our team members are here to answer all of your housing questions and concerns.

    Apples are another crop that can be helped with the MyIPM app
    Apples are another crop that can be helped with the MyIPM app

     

     

     

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

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