This website combines US weather and climate data (32,000+ locations
) with numerous models to support a wide range of agricultural decision making needs. We currently serve over 130 degree-day (DD)
, DD maps, 24 hourly weather-driven models, 9 mobile-friendly plant disease infection risk models, and 5 synoptic plant disease alert maps for integrated pest management (IPM), invasive species, biological control, and other uses for the full USA. See a more complete project description here
Our primary Degree-Day (DD) Model & Calculator Interfaces (see Shortcut Links tab for others):
Partners and Support:
- Crops and Climate - Has it been getting warmer in the Pacific NW & how will that affect plant/crop phenology? Small Farms Conference, Corvallis OR Feb 28, 2015 (slides .pdf)
- Medium- and Extended-Range Weather and Climate Forecasts Scaled and Tested for IPM Decision Support in US States NW Climate Conf., Skamania, WA Nov. 2016 (poster .pdf)
- Systems modeling of crop and insect development for agricultural decision support OSU Horticulture Seminar, Corvallis, OR Nov. 2017 (60 min. video)
- Weather and Climate Driven Models for IPM and Invasive Species Management 9th International IPM Symposium, Mar. 2018 (poster .pdf)
- DDRP: Modeling Degree-Days, Risk of Establishment, and Phenological Event Maps Pacific Branch Entomological Society Annual Meeting, Apr. 2019 (poster .pdf)
We are actively collaborating and partnering with Fox Weather, LLC and the National Weather Service for forecasts, with the OSU PRISM Climate group for climate data, with the W. Region IPM Center, the USA National Phenology Network, and with numerous state and private IPM decision support programs and entities.
Funding has been provided by numerous USDA NIFA grants (including IPM, Biosecurity, and SARE), USDA PPQ, RMA and ipmPIPE grants, NPDN grants, WR-IPM Center and Oregon Statewide IPM funds, and local and regional commodity grants.
To configure MyPest Page, select one or more
and enter a Zipcode
to initialize settings for your plant disease risk
models. Then click the "Go" button.
to plant disease risk
and degree-day models