USPEST.org Email Subscription Service
The USPest.org email subscription service is a free service
provided by Oregon State
IPM Center. It delivers customized, scheduled forecasts daily
for over 140 insect, disease, weed, and crop models. These models
can also be used through our web apps.
You choose the models and weather stations you care about. For
each model you choose, you specify a delivery schedule. You can
change these choices at any time.
The model forecast will be calculated and sent to you by email
between 7 and 8am (Pacific time) on the days you specify.
in to an existing
account. Why an
In the "Stations" section, click “Change stations” to search
and select weather stations to monitor. Once a station is
selected, click “Accept”. Once you have added all of your desired
stations, click “Save”.
In the "Available Models" section, click on the links for models
that interest you. You'll be able to choose the months and days
that you’ll receive notifications. You can subscribe to as many
models as you like.
If you are not subscribed to at least one station and model, you
won’t receive any notifications.
You can log in and change your stations or your
subscriptions at any time.
About USPest.org Accounts
This is a free service, offered by OSU IPM Center and OSU Extension.
Your email address and a password are all that is required.
To send you email, we obviously need your email address. We also
need to store your subscription choices. To ensure that only you
can change these choices, we require you to use a password. In
other words, we need you to have an account.
We have tried to avoid asking our users to create accounts, but we
can't offer email subscriptions without them. For parts of this
site involving services we can offer without using accounts, we
will not ask you to create an account or log in.
Disclaimer: This service is provided in the belief that it will be
useful, but with no warranty. Use at your own risk. These models
are intended to inform your decisions about management actions, such
as choice and timing of control measures and intensity of
scouting. They should supplement, not replace, the other factors you
consider in making these decisions.