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Bridget K. Behe, Benjamin L. Campbell, Charles R. Hall, Hayk Khachatryan, Jennifer H. Dennis, and Chengyan Yue

Information has come to play an increasingly vital role in the purchasing decision for many products. As technologies have evolved (e.g., personal computers, smartphones, etc.), information availability and accessibility have moved from being cost

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Kent D. Kobayashi

Mobile devices, such as smartphones and tablet computers (tablets), are increasingly being used to complement the use of laptops and desktop computers. In some instances, mobile devices are replacing computers for specific tasks. Their small size

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Manoj Chhetri and Charles Fontanier

; Sykes et al., 2017 ; Williams et al., 2011 ). Smartphone applications such as the FieldScout GreenIndex+ Turf App (Spectrum Technologies, Aurora, IL) have also been used to detect the stress response of warm-season turfgrasses and potentially have

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Luke Miller, George Vellidis, and Timothy Coolong

depth of drip tubing ( Coolong, 2016 ; Dabach et al., 2015 ). Recently, smartphone applications have been developed that schedule irrigation using real-time weather data to calculate ET o [Smartirrigation App ( University of Florida, 2012 )]. These

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Luke Miller, George Vellidis, Osama Mohawesh, and Timothy Coolong

factors such as soil type and depth of drip tubing ( Coolong, 2016 ). Recently, smartphone applications have been developed that scheduled irrigation using real-time weather data to calculate ET o [Smartirrigation App ( University of Florida, 2012

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Stefan Sutherin, Kevin Lombard, and Rolston St. Hilaire

( mobiThinking, 2012 ). Over 85% of new cell phone handsets were mobile capable and about half of those handsets were smartphones ( mobiThinking, 2012 ). The share of mobile users is expected to rise. Apple ® and Google™ (Mountain View, CA) are currently the

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Amy Fulcher, Sarah A. White, Juang-Horng (JC) Chong, Joseph C. Neal, Jean L. Williams-Woodward, Craig R. Adkins, S. Kristine Braman, Matthew R. Chappell, Jeffrey F. Derr, Winston C. Dunwell, Steven D. Frank, Stanton A. Gill, Frank A. Hale, William E. Klingeman, Anthony V. LeBude, Karen Rane, and Alan S. Windham

As the use of smartphones by farmers increases ( Walter et al., 2011 ), apps are becoming a mainstream method for extension professionals to provide information to agriculture clientele. Many agricultural producers, Cooperative Extension Service

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Amy Fulcher, Juang-Horng (JC) Chong, Sarah A. White, Joseph C. Neal, Jean L. Williams-Woodward, Craig R. Adkins, S. Kristine Braman, Matthew R. Chappell, Jeffrey F. Derr, Winston C. Dunwell, Steven D. Frank, Stanton A. Gill, Frank A. Hale, William E. Klingeman, Anthony V. LeBude, Karen Rane, and Alan S. Windham

Use of mobile devices is increasing worldwide; about half of United States cell phone users now have smartphones ( Neilsen Co., 2012a ) and two-thirds of all new phone purchases are smartphones ( Neilsen Co., 2012b ). Mobile devices are used for

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Arthur Villordon

The adoption of mobile smart devices by the general public is rapidly increasing. It has been estimated that more than 100 million subscribers in the United States now use smartphones ( Bae et al., 2012 ). This represents an opportunity for

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Matthew S. Wilson and Chad T. Miller

., 1995 ; Wilson and Danielson, 2005 ). Moreover, increasingly available mobile technologies, such as smartphones and tablets, increase student access to information and the ability to study and learn anywhere and anytime their schedules allow. As of Jan