Agricultural applications and software
Maps and interactive tools showing climate and soil information.
- Agroclimate impact reporter
View maps or access the online spatial tool that links to data on current and historical weather impacts submitted by volunteer reporters. Join our volunteer network and share the climate conditions and emerging risks in your area.
- Agroclimate maps
View static maps of current and historic agroclimate conditions in Canada.
- Canadian Drought Monitor
View and interact with a timeline of drought conditions using our application. Download monthly maps and data showing the extent and intensity of drought across Canada
- Canadian Soil Information Service
Find our national soil database, our soil survey reports and printed maps, as well as the land use management and planning tools developed to assist in land assessment and decision making.
- Cereal Aphid Manager Mobile App
The Cereal Aphid Manager is an easy-to-use mobile app designed for grain farmers and crop advisors to help them control aphids in their fields. The app provides recommendations when and when not to apply insecticide.
- Computer Centre for Agricultural Pest Forecasting
Computer Centre for Agricultural Pest Forecasting (CIPRA) is software that can predict the development of insects and diseases based on weather data. It allows targeting the best time for pest control approaches to protect crops.
- Degree-days Estimator to Predict Phenological Stages (DJPheno)
DJPheno software is used to determine the required parameters of a bioclimatic model based on the degree-days approach.
- Geospatial products
Find a complete list of interactive agriculture-related maps, geospatial data and tools to help you make better decisions for environmentally responsible yet competitive agriculture.
- Holos whole-farm model and software
Estimate farming greenhouse gas emissions and test ways to reduce these emissions.
- Plant hardiness zones of Canada
Connect to a geospatial application that outlines the different zones in Canada where various types of trees, shrubs and flowers will most likely survive.
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