Silviculture: art meets science in the upper canopy
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Malus 'Empire'

Crisp and tart

Medium sized red apple maturing in late summer.


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Customer profiles

   Agricultural extension
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   Truck farmers
   Viticulture
 

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"Paul says . . ."

Paul is a towering man with an amazingly soft voice.  In the forestry business there is plenty of time for Paul to reflect on the grandeur of the trees in his care.  "With a little ingenuity I've used the software's custom categories to map our special forestry lingo to the more common cultivation terms."  In the process he's found The Compleat Botanica is a great way to keep his notes organized.


Did you know?


Q:  I want to sort my collection. Is there an easy way to do that?

A:  Yes, sorting is part of the filtering process. After you've created the filter in the Filter View, switch to the Specimen View to see the records that match your criteria. To sort, simply click on a column header. Sorting by two columns is possible by simply clicking on another column.

To sort by botanical name, click on the far left-hand portion of the header area just to the left of the first named column.  See the full story.

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  The not so obvious . . .
 

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The Compleat Botanica for silviculture
Use the custom category capability to create your own classification systems.
Organize your work and your research on a species by species basis.
Customize the templates to create your own abstracts and publications.
Use all of the other features of The Compleat Botanica to develop and print plant-related reports with photographs.

 

Features for silviculture


  Custom categories

  Flexible specimen lists

  Data sharing

  Filters

  All of the essential features of The Compleat Botanica
 

Data fields for silviculture


Just a few of the data fields useful for silviculture:

  Overall height

  Overall spread

  Crop spacing

  Row spacing

  Growth form

  Life span

  Stature

  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 Features view.

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Frequently asked questions


Q:
  The Compleat Botanica seems like a real winner but you're missing out on people like me who use Macintosh computers.

A:  The unfortunate reality of software is that it takes enormous amounts of time, talent, and money to develop and support more than one platform.  Only the largest software houses can do this well.  At Crescent Bloom we're continuing to improve the software and it's accompanying Web site to make it even more useful to the very diverse mixture of people whose interests include the plant kingdom.  For now that's where we'll stay focused.

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Tips . . .


Q:
  How do I publish to the Web?

A:  The publish tool combines the best parts of the report generator, the export facility, and the print tags feature into one powerful tool which allows you to create HTML documents.  If you're interested in placing your specimen data on a Web site, whether for personal, professional, or commercial purposes, you'll find the publish tool is a fast and efficient way to do it.  If you're preparing a printed manual or a book of your plant data, the publish tool is a great way to produce a printed version of your collection.  If you're looking for alternative ways to print specimen tags, the publish tool has pre-defined templates for plant stakes, arboretum tags, and nursery placards.

The publishing tool uses a multi-step wizard to guide you through the process of creating Web pages, indexes, table of contents, labels, and much more.  To learn the basic procedures for publishing see the notes beginning with the Step by step guide to publishing.

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Last reviewed December 05, 2009   

 

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