Application of Microsoft Access Relational Database for Pesticide Decision Taking and Selection

Donyo Ganchev, Aneliya Kutseva

Abstract


The relational database system with Microsoft Access was created in order to correct and quick pesticide selection and decision taking on the basis of approved plant protection products list (catalogues) in the Republic of Bulgaria, issued by Bulgarian Food Safety Agency. The information for approved plant protection products was complemented with classification according to the mode of action of the active substances and their chemical groups for the proper integrated resistance management, easy and correct selection of the pesticides in accordance with their properties and target pests. Such kind easy to be created and managed relational database can be in aid of different agricultural specialist (agronomist, agro-scientists, plant protection distributors and sellers, international and national pesticide regulation experts and etc.)


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