Rabu, 17 Juli 2013

Tutorial Setting Microsoft Outlook in Toshiba THRiVE 7

Come here to Set Up Outlook in Toshiba THRiVE 7 . The Android phone is a Google-based phone that runs on the Google operating system. Because its default email client is Gmail, the Android phone does not provide a simple method of connecting to your Outlook email. So please follow the tutorial to set them


1. Set your Toshiba THRiVE 7 to accept email. Selecting the messaging icon on your phone to do that. A gmail account--an email account with Google--is required to use the email messaging function on the phone. If you do not already have a gmail account, you can register for one from your phone. This will synchronize your Android to Google and give you access to your gmail account from your Toshiba THRiVE 7 phone.

2. Install Google Calendar on your computer to synchronize your Toshiba THRiVE 7 with Outlook Calendar. Using your computer, sign in to your gmail account using the same gmail information you used to set up email messaging for your Toshiba THRiVE 7 . Follow the prompts to install Google Calendar.

3. Synchronize calendars. Once Google Calendar is installed, you will be asked for your gmail account and password. At that time, you will be given synchronizing options. Choose two-way so that you can use either Google or Outlook Calendar and your appointments will appear in both calendars.

If you don't have access to a computer, download an application to your Toshiba THRiVE 7 phone. Synchronize Outlook to your Android from your phone by selecting the Android Market icon, and use the search feature to find an application that will synchronize your Android with Outlook. A variety of applications are available; some are free, and some involve one-time fee. Read the brief descriptions of what each application offers, and chose the one that is right for you.


1. Launch your Web browser and navigate to "companionlink.com." Click the "Android" link and click the "Sync Android With Outlook" link. Click the "14-Day Free Trial" CompanionLink download. Save the download to your desktop. Double-click the download to install it onto your computer.

2.Connect your Android phone to your computer by inserting one end of its USB cord into the computer's USB port and the other end into the Android's data port.

3 .Tap the Android's "Market" icon to open its app store. Type "DejaOffice" into the "Search" field. Double-click the "DejaOffice" icon to install the app onto your phone. It is an office suite application that allows you to conveniently access your Outlook email client on your Toshiba THRiVE 7 .

4. Double-click the "CompanionLink" icon to open the program. Wait for it to recognize your Android. Select what data you want to sync from Outlook, such as your contacts, emails, tasks and calendar. Choose how often you want to sync your data. Click "Sync." Your Outlook data will be synced with your Android and stored within your "DejaOffice" app.

But if you wanto to acces outlook but doesnt have activesync. Here is step How to Access Outlook Email on an Toshiba THRiVE 7 Phone Without the Use of Activesync.

If you're using Outlook to access email that doesn't use ActiveSync, you can also access that email through your Android phone by copying the email settings from your Outlook accounts into your Android email application


1.Open Outlook and click on the "File" tab. Click "Account Settings" and then click "Account Settings" again. Click "Change." You'll see the account settings for your Outlook email.

2.Unlock your Toshiba THRiVE 7 phone and open the application launcher. Find the "Email" icon and tap on it. Press the "Menu" button and then tap "Add Account."

3.Type in the user name and password from your Outlook email into your Toshiba THRiVE 7 phone. Tap "Next" to allow the Android email wizard to automatically detect the account settings.

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Rabu, 15 Agustus 2012

Biological and Chemical Controls for Moluscan Pest

This group of critical pests belongs to the phylum Mollusca, a bunch including the octopus and whelk as well as the slug’s close relatives, the particular snails, which cause a number of damage to plants within greenhouses and private home gardens

Biological control

The parasitic rhabditid nematode, Phasmarhabditis hermaphodita (Schneider) is considered by growers and researcher to offer the best alternative to chemical control (Ester and Geleen, 1996);Glen et al, 1996). Effective gastropod control with the nematode has been shown however to be highly dependent on optimal timing of application in relation to crop development. Further , placement of application of the nematodes is important. The comment relating to timing and placement of molluscicides apply similarly here

In greenhouses. Organic grower of asparagus and flower, such as roses, keep quail (cortunix cortunic Linn; and small chicken (Gallus gallus (Linn) to protect crops from gastropods damage, but the are no objective data on efficacy of these approach.

Chemical Control:

Private home gardeners use many non-chemical kinds of control, ranging from lures of grapefruit templates and stale draught beer to soot scattered around larger plant life. A nematode (Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita) is getting used to limit slug quantities. The most effective methods open to both amateur along with professional horticulturists at the moment are 3 chemicals, aluminium sulphate (a great irritant), metaldehyde (which dehydrates your slug) and methiocarb (which provides a stomach poison). The harmful chemicals are most commonly used while small-coloured pellets (which include food attractants for example bran and sugars), but metaldehyde may also be used as a drench. Some farmers estimate the slug inhabitants using small tons of pellets covered with a ceramic tile or flat gemstone (to prevent bird accumulation) before deciding on common control. Use of metaldehyde and also methiocarb in gardens recently been claimed like a major contribution for the decline of the yeast infection numbers.

Selasa, 12 Juni 2012

Coffee Plant Diseases

Here is the most of Coffee Plant Diseases that attack on the crop.

1. Leaf rust disease (HV Disease )

Primarily affects arabica coffee in the lowlands, is caused by a fungus Hemileia vastatrix.
Symptoms: pale yellow spots on leaves that turn dark yellow and covered with powdery spores, especially on the lower leaf surface. The longer the spots enlarge and coalesce, and then dried. In severe attacks around the tree looks yellowish, then the leaves fall, and dead trees.

Control: Plants attacked badly sprayed with Anvil 6650 EC, 250 EC and Benlate Beyleton, then cut down and burned. For prevention, spray plants with fungicides at each ahead of the rainy season, once in three weeks.

2. Upas fungus diseases :

Upas diseases is caused by the salmonicolor fungus , mainly in the humid parts of plants such as the lower branches and twigs.

Symptoms: There is a thin fibrous millennium like a spider’s web, then form a millennium and turned into a reddish nodule. The attacks continued  cause plants to dry, the leaves wilt and hang on the branches.

Control: Reduce humidity by reducing shade; trunk or branch of the pain is still small in size (diameter <1 cm) was cut 10 cm below the base of the part. Pieces of diseased stems and branches are collected and then burned. Stem or branch that pain is quite large in size, if the attack is still early, the pain is quite smeared with fungicides or Copper Sandoz RM Calixin 0.4% formulation or basting fungicide Bordeaux, or porridge Carnolineum 5%. If the attacks had continued, the stem or branch of a sick cut, the rest of the cut branch or stem and branches around RM Calixin smeared with fungicides or Copper Sandoz or basting fungicide or Bordeaux, or porridge Carnolineum 5% in the affected areas.

3.   Black  and Chocolate root disease

Black root disease caused by fungus Rosellina bunodes and R. arcuata, while the brown root disease caused by fungus Fomes.

Symptoms: black root color  and root brown: yellowing leaves, wilting, and hang up, then fall and finally the plant dies.

Control of black root disease and root brown: Unloading coffee tree to its roots and burned; Give 200 g of flour of sulfur in the former pit demolition is inserted into the ground, then stirred and the hole should not be planted for one year; Improve drainage so that water is not stagnant; Isolation of plant affected by making a trench as deep as 1 m around the plant area affected.

4. Brown leaf spots

Brown leaf spot diseases is caused by the fungus Cercospora cafeicola Berk et Cooke.

Symptoms: There is a circular brown spots on leaves, white in the middle and red at the edges. When attacking the fruit, the fruit is black, wrinkled, fall out prematurely. Fruit skin hardens.

Control: reduce the moisture by reducing shade garden, pruning the coffee plants that are not productive, thinning seedlings, improve drainage, cut and burn the affected plants. Chemically spray with fungicide Benlate, Benlate WP T20/20 and Dithane M-45 80 WP, 50 WP 0.2% Bavistin, Cupravit OB 21 0.35%, 0.2% Delsene MX 200 as recommended formulation.

5. Dead End Disease

Coffee diseases are caused by the fungus Rhizoctonia.Symptoms: Leaves on affected branches will turn yellow and fall, then branch off starting from the end.

Control: Prune affected branches (pruning done on the branch that is still healthy), then the clipping burned or buried; Spray the entire plant with a fungicide.

6. Black spots  diseases

This diseases are caused by a fungus Cephaleuros Coffea.
Symptoms: The skin of fruit is not ripe dark patches arise which then extends to the entire leaf and skin of the fruit dry and black. Patches then grow hair on the edges there are grains of fine red spores.coffee plant diseases

Control: Spray with a fungicide when the leaf and fruit in the garden is still very young, but when the fruit should be picked just old and then boiled for processed dry, and burn the infected fruit.

Kamis, 07 Juni 2012

Coffee Plant Pest

North Tapanuli Indonesia is one area that has potential for agricultural development coffee plant since 18 Century age. This area are export this quality coffee product to Europe since this century that mentioned.
But with time running the current production of coffee plants in there decreased one reason is because of pests and diseases.
Therefore, through this article BP4K North Tapanuli try to give the introduction of coffee pests and plant diseases and control.

1. Nematode Parasites

This is parasitic nematodes on coffee plant when at seedling stage. Pratylenchus coffeae and Radopholus similis is an endoparasitic nematodes are sedentary. P.coffeae life cycle of about 45 days and R.similis about 1 month.Symptoms:
Coffee plants are attacked appear stunted, leaves turn yellow and fall. Growth stunted primary branches so that only produce a little flower, flower prematurely and many are empty. Parts of the roots of the fibers rot, brown or black. In severe attacks the plants eventually die.
Control in the nursery: It is recommended to use chemical means is the fumigate fumigant media using pre-seed crops, such as Basamid Vapam G and L. For systemic and contact nematisida al: Curaterr 3G, Vydate 100 U.S., 10G and Rugby 10G.Vydate Rhocap applied by sprayed on the seedlings with a concentration of 1.0% and a dose of 250 ml / seedling.

Control in a plantation: The use of parasitic nematode resistant varieties of coffee. Used as rootstock for example coffee ekselsa (Coffeae exelsa), 121.09 BGN clones of robusta coffee clones and 961 BP. Way of technical culture: opening the planting hole, making crop rotation and barrier trenches.

Biological control: In order to suppress nematode populations using natural enemies in the form of bacterial, fungal and nematode predators.

Chemical control: Several systemic and contact nematisida suggested al Carbofuran (Curaterr 3G-35 g / plant), oksamil (Vydate U.S. 100 1.0% 1 – 2.5 l / plant) and etoprofos (Rhocap 10G – 25 g / plant). Application was repeated every three months.

2. Borer on Coffee Fruit

Adult insect borers in fruit or powdered coffee cherries (BBK), Hypothenemus hampei (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) brownish-black, female length about 2 mm and a male 1.3 mm. Eggs are laid in the coffee fruit seeds begin to harden, the age-stage eggs 5-9 days. Long larval stage 10-26 days, pre pupa 2 days and pupal stage 4-9 days. Developmental period from egg to adulthood 25-35 days. Old female insects live on average 156 days and a maximum of 103 days the male insect.

BBK insects get into the coffee fruit by making a hole in the disc. The attack on the young fruit causing the fruit fall, assault on a fairly old fruit causes the coffee beans with holes and defects of low quality.

Control of the technical culture: Breaking the cycle of life BBK, including measures: Pick powder, which started the harvest by picking all the ripe Remove the affected powder of 15-30 days before harvest.

The collection of the coffee fruit that fell on good ground to develop the fruit and the fruit does not develop, then the fruit is also soaked in hot water. Racutan / loot, which is picking all the fruit on the tree at the end of harvest. All fruit picked powders,  and hot water 5 minutes. Setting shade to avoid planting too dark conditions suitable for the development of BBK.
Biological control: Using Cephalonomia stephanoderis parasitoids and fungal pathogens (Beauveria bassiana). B.bassiana application is recommended at a dose of 2.5 kg per hectare solid culture for three applications per crop season.

Vertebrate Pest on Tomato

Vertebrae pest have less impact on tomators that on many crops, but some species may require management or at least vigilance. Voles or (meadow mice) can be a significant problem in tomatoes;they cause damage in the filed and , more importantly, they frequently are pickup mechanical harvester, resulting in serious contaminant problems at processing plant. Birtd, especially horned larks, can reduce stand of direct seeded tomatoes by feeding on your seedling. Rabbits, jackrabbits and ground squirrels are occasional pest in some areas.

The key to managing vertebrae pest is to anticipate problems and to lay out strategy in advance to deal with them. The first step is to survey the land surrounding the filed; few vertebrae pest live year –round  in plowed fields. Most rodent and rabbit infestations begin in nearby crops , pastures aor natural habits, or in weedy febcerows or databanks.

Some vertebrae that damages crops are protected by law and you may need to get special permits before you control them. It is important to identify vertebrates correctly in order to choose suitable control measures and to avoid killing protected species. As you rlocal agricultural commissioner , farm advisor or  an experienced pest control advisor for help in identifying pest species if you are not certain

Pison baits are part of management strategy for certain vertebrate pest. Only permitted number of bait materials currently are available for control of field rodents. These materials fall into two categories : acute poisons that require a single feeding to kill the target pest, and anticoagulant poison that require multiple feeding over several days to kill the target pest. Acute poison baits generally are less expensive than coagulant;however , animals that receive a sub lethal dose ay become nait shy, making any follow –up treatment less effective unless sufficient time passed before the follow-up. Anticoagulant poisons that require multiple feedings are more expensive to use because more bait is needed, but they do not produce bait shyness. If used according to labels directions , hazards to domestic animals and non target wildlife are minimal for both types of baits

Kamis, 14 April 2011

Pests and Diseases on Cultivation of Strawberry

The strawberry plant is an perennial that produces sexually from seed and vegetative  by sending out stems called stolon or runner. Reproduction from seed is uses in breeding new strawberry cultivars, where   vegetative reproduction is used to produce the plants used in commercial agriculture and gardening.

On Strawberry cultivation you can have the problem about pest and diseases. Many pest and diseases  attack  the strawberry when on nursery until the harvest.

1. Aphids (Chaetosiphon fragaefolii)

  • This is the ticks yellow-reddish yellow, small (1-2 mm), live clustered in the lower surface of leaves. This have the symptoms: shoots / leaves wrinkles, curls, the formation of flower / fruit inhibited. You can controlling this pest by Insecticide Fastac 15 EC and Confidor 200 LC.

2. Mites (Tetranychus sp. And Tarsonemus sp.)

  • Mites are small, oval-shaped females, males somewhat triangular shaped and reddish eggs. The symptoms: leaves mottled yellow to brown, curly, dry up and fall. Please to control: Insecticide-EC Committee of 570, Mitac 200 EC or 18 EC Agrimec.

3. Flower weevil (Anthonomus rubi), root weevil (Otiorhynchus rugosostriatus) and stem weevil (O. sulcatus).
The strawberry plant be attacked this pest can looks the symptoms: in the plants that are bored flour. To control: the insecticide Decis 2.5 EC, 400 EC or Curacron Perfekthion 500 EC at the time prior to the flowering phase.
4. White lice (Pseudococcus sp.)
Symptoms if this strawberry plant attacked by this pest is  the plant is covered with white lice will become abnormal. To Control this pest please use Perfekthion chemical insecticide 400 EC or Decis 2.5 EC.
5. Nematode (Aphelenchoides fragariae or A. ritzemabosi)
This pest is Living at the base of the plant shoots even up. The Symptoms are plants grow stunted, thin petiole and less hairy. You can control  with nematisida Trimaton U.S. 370, Rugby 10 G or 10 G Nemacur

1. Gray mold (Botrytis cinerea)
Symptoms of this diseases on strwaberry are the fruit rot and brown and dry. You can control with fungicide Benlate or Grosid 50 SD.
2. Ripe fruit rot (Colletotrichum fragariae Brooks)
The Symptoms  wet cook a light brown and the fruit filled with pink spore masses.Control this with a copper fungicide such as Kocide with active AS 80, Funguran 82 WP, Cupravit OB 21.
3. Rizopus rot (Rhizopus stolonifer).
The Symptoms  fruit rot, watery, light brown and when pressed will release the liquid is cloudy; In the storage, fruit infected mushroom mycelium will be covered in white and black spores. You can Control this get rid of the diseased fruit, good post-harvest and cultivation with plastic mulch.You can control of chemical fungicide Dithane M-45 or Antracol 70 WP.
4. Red pith (Phytophthora fragariae Hickman)
The fungus attacks the roots so the plants grow stunted, the leaves are not fresh, especially wilting sometimes during the day.You can control of chemical fungicide Dithane M-45 or Antracol 70 WP.
5. Powdery mildew (Uncinula Necator or Sphaetotheca mascularis).

The symptoms  the affected areas, especially the leaves, covered with a thin layer of powdery white, the flowers will dry up and fall. To Control this fungus with fungicide Benlate or Rubigan 120 EC.
6. Scorched leaves (Diplocarpon earliana or Marssonina fragariae).

The Symptoms are the leaves mottled ovoid to irregularly angled, dark purple. You can control of chemical fungicide Dithane M-45 or Antracol 70 WP.
7. Leaf spot
This diseases caused by Ramularia tulasnii or Mycosphaerella fragariae, The symptoms that you can observe are have  small dark purple spots on the leaves. Center for brown spots that will turn white;
8. Late blight (Phomopsis obscurans).
This symptoms of diseases are have stain gray bull surrounded by red, purple, and then wound-like stains form a V. To Control this disease using with Dithane M-45, Antracol Daconil 70 WP or 75 WP.
9. Vertisillium wilt (Verticillium dahliae)
Symptoms can looks are the infected leaves yellowish to brown, wilted and dead plants. Please Control through gas fumigation with Basamid-G.
10. Virus
These Aphids transmitted through insect or mite. The Symptoms are the leaf color changes from green to yellow (khlorosis) along the bone or leaf spots (motle), the leaves become wrinkled, stiff, stunted plants. You can control use virus-free seed, destroying infected plants, spraying pesticides to control insects carrying the virus. Prevention of pests and diseases can generally be done by keeping a clean garden / crop, planted in unison (to break the cycle of life), planting the seeds of a healthy, providing the recommended fertilizer so the plants grow healthy, do not crop rotation to plant and prune the Rosaceae family of plants / revoke the plant. Cultivate strawberries with plastic mulch will also suppress the growth of pests / diseases. Especially for diseases, improvement of drainage usually can decrease attack.

Jumat, 31 Desember 2010

Controlling Pest and Diseases of Potato Plant

Look the nutritional content, the potato is the main source of carbohydrates. Potato became the staple food in many western countries. To get more good production of potato also to know about management pest and diseases of this plant.

The basic for successful management of potato pest, diseases and nutritional disorder I integrated crop management. This implies prevention of insect infestation and infection by pathogens through the use of adequate cultural practices and the conservation of natural enemies. Adequate control practices include the selection of healthy planting material from well adapted varieties, rotation, good field sanitation and maintenance of soil fertility. Conservation of natural enemies involves avoidance of pesticide use, enhancement of natural enemy action through favorable cultivation practices and the introduction of natural enemies if necessary.

Many insect species attack potato and the importance of different species varies between agro ecological zones. Within a zone, the importance of species depends on the season; many insect pest are a problem mainly in dry periods

The pest and diseases of potatoes plant as follow:

A. Pest on Potatoes Plant 

1. Caterpillar (Spodoptera litura)
Symptoms: caterpillars attack the leaves by eating the epidermis and the leaf tissue until exhausted.

Mechanically by cutting the leaves that have been plastered with eggs; chemistry with Azordin, Diazinon 60 EC, 50 EC Sumithion.2. Aphids (Aphis Sp)
Symptoms: aphids suck fluids and infect the plant, can also transmit the virus to soybean plants.
Control: a way to cut and burn infected leaves. If so much plant have been infected you can spray with Roxion 40 EC, Dicarzol 25 SP insecticide.

3.  Gryllotalpa
Symptoms: attack the bulbs in the garden, roots, young shoots and young plants. As a result, plants become susceptible to bacterial infections.
Control: Sevin 85 S using the flour mixed with manure.

4. Root weevils (Phtorimae poerculella)
Symptoms: the leaves are dark red and looks like a tangle of yarn that is a gray caterpillar wrapping material. Tubers are attacked when cleaved, would look the pits because most bulbs have been eaten.
Control: chemically using Selecron 500 EC, 25 EC Ekalux, Orthene & 5 SP, Lammnate L.5. Thrips   (Thrips tabaci)
Symptoms: Potato leaves have patches of white, then changed to a silver gray and then dry. The attack starts from the ends of the young leaves.
Control: mechanically by cutting the leaves are affected; chemically using Basudin 60 EC, Mitac 200 EC, Diazenon, Bayrusil Dicarzol 25 EC or 25 SP.

B. Disease of Potato

1. Late blight (Phytopthora infestans fungus).
Symptoms: Small patches occur in green-gray and slightly damp, then these patches will grow and the color changed to brown to black with white edges of the sporangium. The next leaves will rot and die.
Control: Insecticide that can use to control this pest are Antracol 70 WP, Dithane M-45, Brestan 60, Polyram 80 WP, 80 WP Velimek insecticide..
2.Bacterial  Diseases by Pseudomonas solanacearum
Symptoms:  The top of potato young leaves some wilted plants and old leaves, leaf yellowing of the bottom.
Control: Prevent the diseases attacking by keeping the garden sanitation, plant crop rotation. Chemical eradication can use the bactericidal, Agrimycin atu Agrept 25 WP.
3. Root rot disease (Colleotrichum coccodes   )
Symptoms: The leaves turn yellow and curl, then withered and dry. At the plant in the ground there are patches of brown. Infection will cause root rot and young tubers.
Control: Prevent from diseases attacking by crop rotation, sanitation, gardens and the use of good seed.
4. Fusarium Disease  (Fusarium sp.  )
Symptoms: The infection causes tuber rot in tubers that causes plants to wilt. This disease also attacks potatoes in storage. Infection enters through the wounds caused by nematodes / mechanical factors.
Control: Please to avoid injury when weeding. Chemical control with Benlate.
5. Dry spot disease (Early Blight) or Alternaria solani

Fungi diseased are breed in dry areas.
Symptoms: The infected leaves stained irregularly scattered small, dark brown, and then extended to younger leaves. Tuber skin surface irregularly mottled dark, dry, wrinkled and tough.
Control: Prevent from this fungi attacking by crop rotation.
6. Disease due to virus
Viruses that attack are:
- Potato Leaf Roll Virus (PLRV) causes leaf curl;
- Potato Virus X (PVX) causes latent mosaic on the leaves;
- Potato Virus Y (PVY) causing mosaic or local necrosis;
- Potato Virus A (PVA) causes mosaic software, (5) Potato virus M (PVM) causes mosaic roll;
- Potato Virus S (PVS) causing mosaic limp.
Symptoms: in the attack, the plants grow stunted, straight , leaf yellowing and tissue death. The spread of viruses carried by farm equipment, aphids Aphis spiraecola, A. gossypii and Myzus persicae, and Coccinella Epilachna beetles and nematodes.

Control: no pesticides to control the virus, prevention and control is done by planting virus-free seedlings, cleaning equipment, prune and burn diseased plants, eradicate vectors and crop rotation.