Now that you know what our team of experts anticipates for your region this spring, see how we can help you better manage your challenges.

With the likelihood of shorter windows for prep work and planting, post-emergent herbicide and insecticide applications may play a critical role in your success this season. Since high winds and other application issues can result in missed opportunities, poor weed or pest control, and more cases of off-target movement, it’s vital that you maximize your spray windows. These are the two solutions that can help you do that.

DTN Spray Outlook

“It’s greatly enhanced our ability to be able to plan ahead for the days when the weather allows for spraying conditions to match the label requirements.”

— Fred Helms, Illinois producer

Available via our MyDTN and DTN Ag Weather Tools solutions, DTN Spray Outlook provides hourly, color-coded inversion forecasts, customizable alerts, and transparent calculations for diverse chemicals.

With it, you can…

  • Maximize your spray windows
  • Keep applications on target
  • Enhance scheduling and performance
  • Reduce risks and costly errors

DTN Ag Weather Station

“My DTN Ag Weather Station feeds deep, valuable information into my smartphone. I don’t have to run around looking for it. It beats the “free” information out there — free is usually free for a reason.”

— Quentin Connealy, Nebraska producer

Ensure the highest level of accuracy possible with an on-site DTN Ag Weather Station. This affordable, low-maintenance solution gathers detailed weather and agronomy data from your fields, including critical wind speed and direction insights.

With it, you can…

  • Make sharper decisions with greater confidence
  • Pinpoint which fields to work and when
  • Better target valuable resources and trim costs
  • Support greater yield and profit potential

What’s more, DTN Ag Weather Station can help you all season long — from planting to harvest. If you also raise livestock, it can help you better care for them, too.

The number of U.S. states that are predicted to experience winder than normal conditions this May.

The average number of days several state universities find fit for post-emergence spraying, based on new label restrictions.

See how our customers are benefiting…

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Fred Helms, Illinois producer

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Marlan Johnson, Nebraska producer
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Quentin Connealy, Nebraska producer
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