I don't think it refers to ALL the databases because the numbers do not add up. It might be the plant database? Is that still part of cubits or is it moved to ATP? If it is still part of cubits, how do we access it for viewing?
Name: Dave Whitinger Jacksonville, Texas Resident cubit-master
The plant database here at Cubits is no more and it's entirely at ATP now.
The Cubits newsletter is adding up entries to all the databases at Cubits and there are a lot of them, many of which are private databases that aren't available, yet their numbers still count since they exist.
For example, my county's master gardener group has a database here at Cubits that they use for their membership directory. Each member is an entry in the database and there are photos of each person. It's really handy for new members to look people up and learn their names by their photos. But only members of the association have access to the database (since it contains phone numbers and other private info).
Name: Margaret Delta KY I'm A Charley's Girl For Sure
And just for your information the Cubits Databases Database is not current right now. I'm hoping to get that updated soon but it could be awhile. I need to check the links to the databases and add the new public databases to it.