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|Authors:||GOMMES RENE; DAS Haripada; MARIANI Luigi; CHALLINOR Andrew; TYCHON Bernard; BALAGHI Riad; DAWOD M.a.a.|
|Publisher:||World Meteorological Organization (WMO)|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Agrometeorological forecasting covers all aspects of forecasting in agrometeorology. Therefore, the scope of agrometeorological forecasting very largely coincides with the scope of agrometeorology itself. All on-farm and regional agrometeorological planning implies some form of impact forecasting, at least implicitly, so that decision-support tools and forecasting tools largely overlap. In the current chapter, the focus is on crops, but attention is also be paid to sectors that are often neglected by the agrometeorologist, such as those occurring in plant and animal protection. In addition, the borders between meteorological forecasts for agriculture and agrometeorological forecasts are not always clear. Examples include the use of weather forecasts for farm operations such as spraying pesticides or deciding on trafficability in relation to adverse weather. Many forecast issues by various national institutions (weather, but also commodity prices or flood warnings) are vital to the farming community, but they do not constitute agrometeorological forecasts. (Modified From the introduction of the chapter: Scope of agrometeorological forecasting)|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Environment and Sustainability|
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