Manitoba Ag Weather Network

Manitoba Agriculture has a number of weather stations across the province that measure air/soil temperature, soil moisture, wind direction and speed.  For local information please visit

Central/East/Interlake Regions: http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/weather/current-conditions-summary1.html

Southwest/Northwest Regions: http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/weather/current-conditions-summary2.html

Previous Day on Highs/Lows and Average Soil Temperature at:

Central/Easter/Interlake:http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/weather/yesterdays-summary1.html  Southwest/Northwest: http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/weather/yesterdays-summary2.html

Another useful application of the data gathered by the network for rainfall can be found at Rain Watch http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/weather/rain-watch.html

 

 

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What is the Extent of Crop Damage From the Heavy May Rains?

Compiled by the Staff at Crop Industry Branch, Manitoba Agriculture

Some areas of Manitoba received heavy rainfall during the May 2013 long weekend, resulting in the question “What is the extent of crop damage from the heavy rains?”

Field by field assessments over the coming days will give us a better idea of what impact the rains had.  The following though can provide you with an idea of what is potentially occurring and how to monitor fields to assess for damage and recovery.

What is the Extent of Crop Damage from the Heavy Rains – Updated May 2016

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