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Customized insights with Climate.com

Agriculture.com Staff 10/15/2012 @ 11:23am

The Climate Corporation today announced its new climate.com service to provide growers with weather and crop insights for their fields. To date, The Climate Corporation has helped farmers protect their operations with technology-driven weather insurance. With climate.com, the company is expanding its offerings to also help growers plan and manage their operations, saving them time and improving their operational decision-making.

“Farmers tell us that they can’t get all the weather and agronomic data they want, organized in the way that makes it useful for them,” says David Friedberg, founder and CEO of The Climate Corporation. “We not only have the data they’re looking for, but we have developed a service to present that information in an elegant and accessible experience,” says David Friedberg, founder and CEO of The Climate Corporation. “On Climate.com, we have taken the first steps in unleashing the power of our unique data and analyses, giving agricultural producers what they’ve never had before – valuable insights that will support their seasonal planning and daily decision- making.”

With climate.com, growers will be able to get snapshot views of recent and forecasted precipitation and other weather conditions on their fields to manage their daily work. To get started, growers will simply select their fields through an interactive map, save those fields, and can then check them at any time from their computer, tablet or smartphone.

Climate.com Features for the 2013 Growing Season

Beginning with the 2013 growing season, growers will be able to get field-level insights for all their fields in a single view, including being able to:

Field Weather Forecasts

  • Get a snapshot view of current weather conditions for each field
  • Plan their day with high-resolution hourly and daily forecasts for each of their fields
  • Monitor field-level hourly wind speed and wind direction during spraying days
  • Plan their work week with short-range weather forecasts for each of their fields

Field Precipitation and Soil Moisture Tracking

  • Track how much it has rained over the last day and last week on each of their fields
  • See the cumulative amount of rainfall that each of their fields has received across the growing season
  • Monitor ongoing soil moisture levels to evaluate whether it is possible to work in any given field

Heat Units and Growth Stage Tracking

  • Track the season-long heat unit accumulation across all their fields
  • Monitor the expected timing of crop growth stages, including full maturity, based on in-season weather
  • Be alerted to key temperature related risks – drought and heat stresses – associated with the temperature patterns of the season

Planting Date Analysis

  • Explore how different planting dates will impact their risk from key weather perils, including excess rain, drought, heat, and freeze
  • Identify optimal planting date and seed variety for each of their fields

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