iMETOS and www.FieldClimate.comThe easy access to climate data and plant diseases modeling
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    iMETOS and www.FieldClimate.comThe easy access to climate data and plant diseases modeling iMETOS and www.FieldClimate.com The easy access to climate data and plant diseases modeling Presentation Transcript

    • iMETOS and www.FieldClimate.com The easy access to climate data and plant diseases modeling
      • iMETOS is climate monitoring with internet connection.
      • Build in GPRS modem with TCP/IP stack connects to the internet
      • No data download through telephone or radio needed
      • Data access possible from every PC or handheld with internet connection
      • Valid GSM contract with GPRS needed
      • GPRS coverage needed
      • Monthly upload costs
      • Sensors for
      • Wind speed
      • Wind direction
      • Temperature + relative humidity
      • Global radiation, PAR, UV-light …
      • Precipitation
      • Leaf wetness
      • Soil Temp, water temp, leaf temp…
      • Soil moisture
      • iMETOS sends data in a pre selected interval to www.FieldClimate.com
      • Measurement interval is 5 min
      • Logging interval can be 5 min * x
      • Upload interval can be 5 min * x
      • iMETOS modem is always off
      • Low power consumption
      • iMETOS can send alerts
      • SMS at frost or heat
      • www.FieldClimate.com can be accessed from everywhere.
      • The data of every iMETOS are protected by password.
      • Field Climate can present data in tables and in graphs
      • Interactive interface allows download to spread sheet or database
      • SOAP allows automated download
    • www.FieldClimate.com disease models for grape vine: Downy Mildew, Powdery Mildew, Botrytis … for apple and pear: Scab, Fire blight … for stone fruit: Leaf Curl, Monilia, Shut hole … for potato and tomato: Late and Early Blight for onions: Peronopora destructor, B squamosa for carrot: Alternaria, Cercospora and Sclerotinia for asparagus: Stemphylium, Botrytis for turf: Pythium Blight, Dollar spot … for canola: Sclerotinia sclerotina for sugar beet: Cercopora beticola for soya: Soya Rust for wheat: Puccinia, Septoria, fusarium …
    • BENEFITS OF WEATHER STATIONS
      • Local weather conditions have a significant impact on many phases of the farming operation:
      • Pesticide costs can be reduced with proper management of insects and diseases.
      • Irrigation management to reduce costs and reserve water sources.
      • Planting new varieties can be maximized when having on-farm knowledge of a variety’s ability to yield in a particular location (chilling degrees, windy area, frost…)
      • Global changes in weather patterns make it imperative to have localized information for use in planning crop production strategies.
    • Disease Models for Wheat Overview     Puccinia tritic i infections are taking place after for hours of leaf wetness at optimum temperature conditions. The fungus can infect over a wide range of temperatures. The model assumes that infection needs 90°C*hours of leaf wetness in a range from 5°C to 30°C. Puccinia gramminis prefers a little higher temperatures and the infection has to be followed by sunlight. Whereas Puccinia stritiformis is the wheat rust of cool climates having its optimum temperature already from 15°C on.
      • Puccinia tritici
      • Leaf wetness for 90°C*h (if T <= 22.5°C then ∑(T h ) else ∑ (22.5-(T h -22.5))
      • 5°C < Temp. < 30°C
      • Puccinia stritiformis
      • Leaf wetness for 80°C*h (if T <= 15°C then ∑(T h ) else ∑ (15-(T h -15))
      • 5°C < Temp. < 20°C
      • No infections in times with low light intentions
      • Puccinia gramminis
      • Leaf wetness for 80°C*h following by a light period (150 W/m²) for 30°C*h (if T <= 24°C then ∑(T h ) else ∑ (24-(T h -24))
      • 10°C < Temp. < 35°C
    • Login to www.FieldClimate.com
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    • This shows the progress of an apple scab infection
    • Rust Infection Progress Curves calculated with weather data from station 10FE In the infection at April 3rd has started after a day with intense light. Whereas the infection of P.tritici and P.gramminis at April 4th as during a relative dark period. By this reason no infection was calculated for P.stritiformis
    • Possilbe Rust Infections on station 1100 during the last days.
    • Rust Situation over the last 2 Weeks for Station 11FE in Syria. The model expect 3 P.stritiformis infections within the last two weeks.
    • Rust Situation over the last 2 Weeks for Station 1100 in Syria. The model expect 2 P.stritiformis infections within the last week.
    • ICARDA iMetos station erection 14.April.2011
    • ICARDA iMetos station erection 14.April.2011