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University of Missouri - Extension Division
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
by gavin wisecarver on 24/05/2014
Excellent app but compeletely worthless if I can't scroll up or down...
by Domina Horti on 27/04/2014
Not only does it work flawlessly (so far) , it can actually help you become a better botanist/gardener. In the ID section, there are many fields that can be filled in (fill in a few or all, works either way) - and if you don't know what a term means, a handy image is available that makes it clear (what's this? link). So eventually you will gain a better understanding of how plants are put togethe
by Jason Irvin on 12/04/2014
would not scroll
by asiya khakwani on 08/04/2014
Excellent dictionary writing font should be a bit large and wild grasses of asia should be included.
by John F on 16/02/2014
Didn't scroll down, froze phone. Had to uninstall
by Jason Benecke on 06/02/2014
by Allen Skelton on 29/01/2014
by Stephanie Lindstedt on 28/01/2014
I can't scroll on any of the pages. The app seems useful but I need help fixing this problem!
by Avery DeGolyer on 14/01/2014
This is the best smartphone agronomic weed identification tool that I have used. Scrolling issues have been fixed.
by Ana Eftimova on 22/12/2013
by Marty Demers on 03/09/2013
Scrolling feature does not work on my Samsung Galaxy smartphone. What can I do to get this fixed?
by Kevin Mata on 26/08/2013
I know this can be a great app, but I can't scroll at all, so it's not as useful as I hoped it would be. Please fix the scrolling, I only downloaded this app last week.
by Jeff Fox on 25/08/2013
Pooooolease fix it to where it will work on Android. Will not scroll on Android phones! Looks like the best plant app out there but who knows!
by Andrew Osborn on 21/08/2013
App will not scroll up or down on Moto Droid X2
by Nicole Lynn on 21/07/2013
Awesome ap! Love that each plant has several pics, but a zoom feature to see them better would be fantastic