Farm Weather is a tool that helps you get the full overview of the weather near your fields, so you can focus on making the right decisions at the right time. In this video, you’ll learn how it works and how it can become your new best friend.
Use soil temperature measurements to sow at the right time and get the most out of the season.
Knowing the exact wind conditions in your fields helps you plan and carry out spraying better.
Quit emptying your rain gauge. Rain is measured digitally and stored online for you forever.
Know when the conditions in your fields are favorable for spotting and combating various pests.
Use air humidity measurements to time your harvest and reduce costs when drying your grain.
Local weather data allows you to take better decisions throughout the entire growing season.
Measure weather without interruptions. Your weather station is covered by life-time warranty and service.
All your weather data is instantly available on your smartphone for you to access on-the-go.
Get the most out of your weather data by bringing along your colleagues. Unlimited co-worker access.
Setting up Farm Weather is simple and takes no more than 15 minutes. And if you’ll ever want to measure in another location, the weather station can be repositioned in minutes.
Learn how to navigate the app. View current and historical weather data, use the charts to compare current season’s data with last year’s data – and much more.
Learn how to use the app’s powerful sowing analysis to ensure that you always sow at exactly the right time. This helps you get the most out of the growing season and secures you higher yields.
Learn how to stay informed about the current pest threat situation in your fields. Farm Weather monitors and prioritises the risk of pests emerging in your fields, making it easy for you to act in due time.
Receive field-specific Septoria analyses based on your weather station, perform treatments in due time, and track their efficacy. We use an agronomic model tailored to the Scandinavian and Baltic climatic conditions.