Crop Log is designed for use by the busy farmer and gardener who wants to maintain detailed records and a history of weather conditions, expenses, planting/seeding, fertilize and chemical applications.
Game Bag 3.2.0 Game Bag is used by hunters who keep records of their hunting expeditions showing the animals bagged during each hunt. Database comes with a list of game animals and weapons however the user can add new game animals, new weapons, etc.
Lawn Log 4.0.0 Lawn Manager Pro is used by Lawn Service companies both large and small. It provides the means to keep current with schedules, customers, billing, etc. As with all our programs developed here at Lazy Bayou, it's very easy to use.
Description: Crop Log is designed for use by the farmer and gardener who wants to maintain expense records and a history of seeding/planting, fertilize and chemical application activity. As with all software developed at Lazy Bayou, the simple and straightforward ease of use makes it a favorite program for the busy farmer. Information compiled by Crop Log provides eleven detailed and informative reports enabling the farmer to keep up-to-date on all expenses, weather and crop activity from planting right up to harvest time. Reports show seed/planting activity by crop and field location, chemical applications by crop and field location, fertilizer application by crop and field location and detailed expense records for each crop planted. The eleven different reports that are generated by the click of your mouse will enable you to see when and where the activities are taking place and maintain a history of crop management activity right up to harvest time. Join with hundreds of other farmers and gardeners across the United States and Canada who use Crop Log as an informative tool in their farming and gardening operations.
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