ADASon the net
ADAS crop advice is now available to growers over the internet following the launch of its Agronomy-On-Line service at the Cereals 98 event in Lincs this week.
Users will have instant access to ADAS consultants on a host of crop management issues, says service manager Peter Griffith. Up-to-date information on controlling crop problems, R&D developments and what is happening on other farms will also be available.
Agronomy-On-Line will be a subscription-only service available through the Rural Business Network, costing £1200/year.
• Our full report of all the news and advice from Cereals 98 will appear in next weeks issue. Dont miss it!