AgroClimate

agroclimate
agroclimate
Overview: 

AgroClimate.org is a web resource of tools and data on climate and crops that can be used to assist with decisions about the management of agricultural systems in the southeastern U.S. AgroClimate was developed by The Southeast Climate Consortium, or SECC, which is a coalition of six universities: Florida State University, University of Florida, University of Miami, University of Georgia, Auburn University, and University of Alabama-Huntsville. AgroClimate is currently maintained and operated by the University of Florida.

Purpose: 
AgroClimate's suite of tools include Rainfall and Temperature Monitoring, Rainfall and Temperature Climatology (1950-2013), Climatology and current observations for selected weather stations in the Southeast USA, Strawberry Advisory System, Risk of Anthracnose and Botrytis fruit rot, Freeze probabilities based on El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phases, County Yield Statistics, Blueberry Advisory System, Citrus Copper Application Scheduler, Planting Date Planner, Cooling and Heating Degree Days Calculator, Chill Hours Monitoring, Growing Degree Days Monitoring, Carbon Footprint Calculator, Chill Hours Calculator, Agricultural Reference Index for Drought, Lawn and Garden Moisture Index (LGMI), Growing Degree Days Calculator, and Smart Crop Season.
Format: 
Web
Audience: 
Researcher
Extension
Producer
Land Manager
Time Investment: 
Low
Spatial Scale: 
Farm/Forest
Time Scale: 
Other