New Online Tools Provide California Growers Information to Reduce Climate Risk

University of California Cooperative Extension and the USDA California Climate Hub are launching CalAgroClimate, new web-based tools to provide farmers with locally relevant and crop-specific information to make production decisions that reduce risk. Growers and crop consultants can use CalAgroClimate’s crop and location-specific tools and resources to help make on-farm decisions, such as preparing for frost or untimely rain and taking advantage of expected favorable conditions. CalAgroClimate currently includes heat advisory, frost advisory, crop phenology, and pest advisory tools.