Weather Stations

Automated Weather Stations are becoming increasingly popular across the food production
industry in grains, viticulture and grazing. 

A large range of weather sensors are available to plug into the telemetry units which include wind speed and direction, air temperature, relative humidity, rain gauge, leaf wetness sensor and solar radiation.
The data from the automated weather stations is available to be viewed live online and can be used to make management decisions around whether to start or continue various procedures on farms and vineyards including hay cutting & baling, harvesting and application of crop protection products.
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There are a range of weather derivatives that can be graphed to offer an even greater range useful datasets which include:

  • Cumulative growing season rainfall
  • Delta T
  • Harvest Fire Behaviour Index
  • Spray conditions monitoring – wind gust & temperature inversions
  • Frost severity including duration of chill hours
  • Degree days for crop development
  • Dew point
  • Evapotranspiration
Agbyte Weather Stations
Agbyte also builds portable weather stations that can be readily transported on the back of a ute or in a tractor cab.