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Re: Databasing question

  • Subject: Re: Databasing question
  • From: sdayres2@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 21 Mar 2009 07:53:46 EDT

I developed a program in Access that allows me to enter all pertinent information about the iris including bloom dates, notes and pictures.  It gives me the option to display the iris order by iris types, hybridizers, date planted, garden name etc. Pictures are shown with each iris page.  You can search for irises and print out reports or labels.  The database also stores hybridizer's names, phone number and web sites (if I know it).  It is not set up to allow you to enter hybridizing info but that may change in the future as I get more into hybridizing.
My very first seedlings are up.  They look like grass.
In a message dated 3/20/2009 1:09:39 P.M. Mountain Daylight Time, angorabuns@yahoo.com writes:

What program or programs does everyone use
to keep track of their Iris?
Thanks ahead of time

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