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McCrometer Connect Weather Monitoring System Meets FDACS Specifications!

Understanding the environment is changing is vital in helping agricultural operations react and adjust to their crop’s needs. That’s why the Avanti Company is proud to carry the acclaimed McCrometer CONNECT Weather Monitoring System, one of the most Innovative Weather Stations on the market.

Not only is it an invaluable tool in its own right, but this innovative system meets the strictest standards of the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) and is compatible with the department’s widely-used Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN), which plays a pivotal role in providing up-to-date weather information to growers across the state.

With conditions that can be highly variable within a small region – particularly with respect to temperature, rainfall, and wind – localized information from a grower’s farm or field helps to provide accurate and reliable data for making decisions. McCrometer CONNECT offers turn-key packages for weather monitoring applications, including high-quality sensors, robust and reliable wireless communications, powerful software tools, and local service and support.

Whether it is for estimating crop water use or managing risk from disease and pests, the McCrometer CONNECT Weather Monitoring System offers a comprehensive and reliable way to measure and interpret weather conditions. Among its many applications are Automatic Meter Reading, Evapotranspiration, Rainfall Monitoring, Spray Conditions, Growing Degree Days, Disease Risk and Pest Risk. It’s ideal for a wide variety of agricultural applications.

To learn more about the McCrometer CONNECT Weather Monitoring System and other metering systems, call the Avanti Company 800-284-5231 or email info@avanticompany.com.

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