Climate Insights Archive

February 26, 2016
Meet Us In New Orleans! – Come Visit Us At Commodity Classic 2016

Are you going to be in New Orleans March 3-5 for the 2016 Commodity Classic? Stop by booth 320 to learn about what’s new at The Climate Corporation!At the show, you’ll be able ...

February 8, 2016
Springtime Precipitation During El Niño Years

The El Niño event currently underway in the Pacific Ocean is proving to be one of the strongest in the past 65 years. It has peaked, with forecasts now suggesting a steady decreas...

February 4, 2016
Introducing Climate FieldView Drive™

It’s been a busy year at The Climate Corporation as we’ve worked hard to release three new products for farmers; Climate FieldView Pro™, Climate FieldView Plus™ and Climate...

Recent Articles
Iowa Crops Experience High Yields Despite the Effects of Drought

2017 was a dry growing season in Iowa but yields were better than expected. Most of Iowa was wet and cool during planting time (end April to mid-May), warm and dry during vegetative growth (June to July), and cool and wet during reproductive development (

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Academic Expertise Meets Digital Agriculture Research: Creating A Better Understanding of Field Science Through Public-Private Partnerships

As we sit at the cusp of the digital agriculture revolution, we can collect more data on seed, soil, crops and weather than ever before. We can also analyze this data in novel ways to provide farmers with actionable insights on how to best manage their fa

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Extreme Cold: The Impact of Cold Weather On Farming

Extremely cold temperatures have affected much of the central and eastern United States since late December. Persistent northerly winds out of Canada’s cold interior have transported reinforcing shots of arctic air southward causing thousands of record lo

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