Pest Management Mobile

Data current as of November 5, 2012

University of WIsconsin-Madison and UW Cooperative Extension

About Pest Management Mobile


Pest Management Mobile

About Pest Management Mobile

Pest Management Mobile (PMM) provides easy mobile access to the pests and pest treatments referenced in the print publication .A3646 Pest Management in Wisconsin Field Crops - 2013, available in the UWEX LearningStore.

PMM is designed for viewing on mobile handheld devices such as iPhones and Android phones. PMM may ask to store data on your device, which will help you access the information when you do not have internet access. (For technical issues, email For content questions, email

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References to pesticide products in this publication are for your convenience and are not an endorsement or criticism of one product over other similar products. You are responsible for using pesticides according to the manufacturer’s current label directions. Follow directions exactly to protect the environment and people from pesticide exposure. Failure to do so violates the law.

Note also that this publication is not a complete list of all pesticide labels. Several pesticides are marketed in numerous formulations and the common names of their active ingredients (e.g., atrazine, glyphosate, 2,4-D) are generally recognizable. These pesticides are referenced by their common names. The active ingredients in other pesticides may be marketed by multiple companies, but their common names are not generally known by users. For name recognition purposes, these pesticides are referenced by the trade name of the primary registrant, but the common name of the active ingredient is provided as a cross reference for your use. For a listing of common names of pesticides, please refer to appendix tables 1a–c.

For updates throughout the growing season, consult the Wisconsin Crop Manager newsletter, available online at

Current pesticide labels are available online at

Measurements used in this publication vary according to common usage. In most cases, US customary units (ounces, miles, etc.) are used, and values are expressed in decimals rather than fractions. In a few instances, metric units and/or fractions have been retained to avoid confusion.