Pomology: ripening to perfection
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Malus 'Empire'

Crisp and tart

Medium sized red apple maturing in late summer.


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"Ed says . . ."

Ed has followed in his father's footsteps and taken on the family almond business.  After replanting a section with three different mite-resistant Prunus cultivars he's decided to track his success ratio carefully.  "I'm using the software to record everything I can think of that affects their yield."   Ed's not waiting for the university researchers to tell him what works -- he's doing it himself, the way his father did.


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Q:  What is the data source field used for?

A:  Use the “data source“ field to acknowledge the source of your information about a particular specimen. When conflicting information is obtained at a later time, you can double-check the accuracy of both sources.  See the full story.

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The Compleat Botanica for pomology
Record cultivation, pollination and propagation details and relate these details to yields, flavor & texture, or fruit & nut quality.
Share data with other applications like spreadsheets and word processors.
Track individual research experiments on a specimen by specimen basis.
Use all of the other features of The Compleat Botanica to develop and publish plant-related reports with photographs.

 

Features for pomology


  Custom categories

  Flexible specimen lists

  Data sharing

  Filters

  All of the essential features of The Compleat Botanica
 

Data fields for pomology


Just a few of the data fields useful for pomology:

  Common pests

  Adverse qualities

  Crop spacing

  Planting style

  Fertilizer

  Flavor/texture

  Fruit description

  Alphabetical index of all 160 fields used by The Compleat Botanica

 

Software snapshots


There are 17 side-by-side data entry views making it easy to access and update your data.  Be sure to check out the Cultivation view.

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Frequently asked questions


Q:
  Can I obtain a free upgrade if I buy the software and you release a new version?

A:  If you buy a copy of The Compleat Botanica within 60 days of the release of a new version, we will send you the latest release for a nominal material and shipping fee.

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Tips . . .


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  How do I create a report layout?

A:  Report layouts define how a specimen listing will look when printed. A report layout specifies font faces, point sizes, and colors to be used with your printout. The report layout does not specify what data to print, what columns to include, or what sorting to apply to the printed records -- these are all specified through the current filter. A single report layout can be applied to any filter; thus when you've created a layout with your own personal look-and-feel, you can use it repeatedly to produce a variety of different printouts.

To create a report layout, you can begin by pressing the New button or the Duplicate button from within the Print dialog box. Use the Print report . . . menu item of the File menu to get there.  See the full story.

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Last reviewed December 05, 2009   

 

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