"There are more and more agricultural resources coming onto the net all the
time," said David Katz, who launched a World Wide Web site for the
agricultural information clearinghouse agAccess last year.
Electronic mail, or e-mail, is particularly useful to farmers who can't sit
by the phone waiting for answers to technical questions, Katz said. . . .
With e-mail, you also can subscribe to mailing lists or join an
agriculture-oriented news group like SANET, the Sustainable Agriculture
Network, where members converse by posting messages onto a cyberspace
bulletin board. . . .