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Deeproot Plant Base 1.6.1

Plant reference database - an encyclopaedia of garden and wild plant species

Developer:
Deeproot Software
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
Requirements:
330Mb disk space, 256Mb RAM, 1024x768 display
Price:
$39.50
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
10/9/2009
Last Update:
7/21/2012
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |278.67 MB ) Deeproot Plant Base 1.6.1 Publisher's description
Lookup plant information easily and quickly - search by name or many other criteria. An encyclopaedia of garden and wild plant species - supplied as a database of over 10000 plants and 5000 pictures, plus it is simple to add your own records. All information is fully editable. Unlimited plant lists facility for projects and favourites. Save time and space with this powerful plant reference at your fingertips.

Suitable for anyone with an interest in plants, amateur or professional. Very simple to use but highly flexible - allows creation of custom content databases. Each plant record has 40 descriptive elements, including 5 free-text fields, all searchable. Choice of picture storage - within database or link to image files - add your own photos to any plant. Keep references to additional information - websites, files and other documents. Build plant name lists for projects or as reminders - listed plants have additional data elements for location, notes and price. List data may be exported as text files for use by other applications.

Fully functional 15 day trial and affordable registration price. Includes optional free screen-saver with no time limit. Registered copies enable free use of the mobile edition for Pocket PC ... a companion program for Windows Mobile Smartphones or PDAs, with 2-way synchronization to the PC database.

Supplied data includes a wide range of shrubs, herbaceous, trees, annuals, ferns, grasses. There are many vegetables and other edible and medicinal plants. Developed in the UK, but also relevant to other regions.