The advanced search feature helps with really narrowing down search results for pomiferous.
Each section, if you use it, limits(reduces) the number of apples that will be shown. The following examples may help:
If you select Pollination Group A and Harvest Period 2, then only those apples that have an entry of Pollination group A AND Harvest period 2 will be found. You won't see all apples with Pollination group A and all apples with Harvest period 2
Currently the above query returns 5 apples, you should try it.
The slider selectors, e.g Brix, only come into effect if enabled. Press the "off" button to the side and it will turn on.
Once on you can slide the values back and forth, you will be stopped from making the "from" value greater than than the "to" value
The default ends of the slider show the current limits of what's in our database.
There is a subtle difference between turning a slider on and leaving the values at the extremes. It's subtle so read carefully.
If you say, leave "Brix" disabled, the apples that are returned in the search query may have a known value for Brix or they may have no entry for Brix at all.
However, if you enable Brix and leave the "from" and "to" at their extremes, all of the apples that have an entry for Brix will be shown. But apples that don't a value for Brix will not be shown.
Similarly for Harvest period and Pollination group, if you don't select any values apples with all possible values including no no entry will be returned in the search.
This feature is hot off the press, if you encounter problems please contact us via the contact form.