⚡ We built charts of accumulated precipitation and temperatures
Look for the new feature in the "Weather" section
. Using charts of accumulated temperatures, you can predict plant phenophases and conduct fieldwork more accurately, for example, planning the application of nitrogen fertilizers or pesticides. Charts of accumulated precipitation allow to estimate the moisture level of the soil; which in turn helps to predict yield and calculate the dosages of fertilizers.
To build a chart, select any period of time within one season. The weather data is available up to the end of the 20th century. If you know the sowing date and the crop for the particular field say, in 1984, you can understand how this crop was developing back then. How cool is that?