Growers Choice Interactive

The most up-to-date online disease and pest forecasting service for fruit growers in the UK

Contact us to see how we can help on 0115 939 0202 or enquiries@agrovista.co.uk

 

Growers Choice Interactive (GCI) from Agrovista is a web-based, pest and disease modelling service supplying continuously updated information utilising the latest computer modelling techniques to ensure efficient, timely and effective use of plant protection products.

Using live weather data from a network of stations, coupled with RIMPro disease prediction software, you can access live graphs showing;

 

Weather Data
Scab infection risks (primary and secondary season)
Mating activity
Egg deposition and larvel emergence for your farm
Codling moth flight activity

Data is updated every 60 minutes allowing you to maximise your control, and minimise your costs, while producing the highest quality crops.

GCI is a subscription service which will also include text messages to your mobile phone, to alert you to major events, and telephone contact with a trained agronomist.


Growers Choice Interactive

Reduce residues
Reduce input costs
Time applications to perfection
Avoid unnecessary applications
Maximise product efficacy and efficiency

For more information or to access this subscription facility please contact us on enquiries@agrovista.co.uk

03/12/2018

Lower yields tempered by better prices in 2018, but more challenges to come

Agrovista managing director Chris Clayton reflects on what has been a difficult year and assesses the outlook for the coming season.

19/11/2018

Improving yields and reducing costs for Hampshire strawberry grower

A newly developed beneficials applicator has lived up to its promise this season at one of the UK’s largest strawberry producers.  

17/10/2018

Forage management: Maximising current and future resources

Nationwide, forage supplies are believed to be 20-30% below normal, and up to 40% in certain areas, following the exceptionally dry summer With forage in tight supply this autumn, national seeds manager Nigel Walley looks at what can be done on farm to help alleviate the situation.

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