DTN announced today that it now has more than 5,500 Ag Weather Stations in its network across the United States and Canada.
DTN/The Progressive Farmer staff members took home awards in nearly all the categories of this year’s American Agricultural Editors’ Association (AAEA) annual awards contest.
DTN announces a new integration partnership with EFC Systems that will allow ag retailers and growers to access premium weather data from the DTN Ag Weather Network.
Since the study’s inception ten years ago, DTN has consistently topped its competitors as the most accurate provider of precipitation and short-term temperature forecasts.
Farmers have put tremendous hope in the new presidential administration to make their lives better, despite expectations of continued low commodity prices, relatively high production costs and the threat of trade wars with key commodity importers.
It is intuitively obvious that soil conditions, particularly temperature and moisture content, play a critical role in the efficiency of agriculture, affecting all decisions from planting through harvest. As such, many agricultural and weather service providers are starting to offer measurement solutions and/or model-based estimates and forecasts of soil temperature and moisture. Recently, meteorologist Tim Marquis