Global commodity markets are more volatile than ever. While it's always been important to monitor growing conditions for key crops in major agricultural regions, it is now possible to take this analysis a step further. By focusing on weather and climate impact in crop growing areas, teams are better able to anticipate potential threats to supply.

In Gro’s latest Strategic Assessment, we address the most important factors in the inclusion of growing conditions - the temperature and moisture components, satellite visibility into plant impact, and the ability to map onto agricultural production, by county or by district.

You will learn:

  • First growing condition data series to add to agricultural planning
  • How vegetative health can be incorporated into forecasts to improve visibility into yields
  • Ways to track the impact of drought through the growing cycle

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