Michigan State University researchers have developed an online tool to aid farmers and other members of the agriculture industry with unique weather data.
According to excerpts from the article:
Enviro-weather is an MSU website run through partnerships between MSU Extension and MSU AgBioResearch and is partially funded by the Michigan Legislature’s Project GREEEN. The website synthesizes data from different collection sites around the state using basic parameters like temperature, humidity and rainfall. The site then uses that data to provide recommendations to users in terms of proper pesticide application and timing, said Larry Olsen, professor and the associate chair in the Department of Entomology. Olsen serves as one of the site’s co-directors.
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