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Southeast CanadaCrop Weather

Southeast Canada Crop Weather is designed for southeastern Ontario and Quebec soybean, corn, wheat and dry bean crop production areas. The product provides a detailed seven-day outlook for southeastern portions of Canada; including temperatures, precipitation and wind information along with an assessment of how the weather will be impacting on-farm activity during the forecast period. The intention of this product is to provide an assessment of weather and crop conditions as they pertain to the producer’s need for routine and seasonal field working activities. The product will provide an expert assessment of when weather conditions will be best for spraying, planting, harvesting and/or fertilizer application. Specific time periods of when rain will begin and end and a more detailed assessment of the areas most likely to see the greatest rainfall are singled out each day in an attempt to provide a higher level of weather coverage designed for daily and weekly on farm business decision making.

Canada_CropsIn addition to the daily (Monday through Friday) forecast product World Weather, Inc. provides a periodic assessment of crop and field conditions in a newsletter format entitled “Southeast Canada Agricultural Weather Prognosticator”. This periodic newsletter contains a summary of recent past weather events that have had an impact on prairie weather conditions. A forecast for the next 30- and 60-day periods will often be presented in “Southeast Canada Agricultural Weather Prognosticator” along with special situation news articles pertaining to significant weather events outside of Canada that either have had or soon will have influence on world commodity trade prices.

These two weather products are designed to work together to provide producers, traders, merchandisers, analysts and news reporters the most complete assessment of weather conditions across southeastern Canada. The product should prove to be all inclusive of the details necessary to be more successful in agricultural business and trade decisions. Samples of these two products are attached herein.

The Fees for “Southeast Canada Crop Weather” are USD $35/month. The service runs from April 1 through November 30 and for subscribers who have paid in full, the service will be continued without further charge in December in those years when harvesting is running extremely late. To subscribe to the service you can go online to https://www.worldweather.cc and click on “Southeast Canada Crop Weather” and scroll down to the bottom of the page. Then select the date range in which you would like to subscribe and click on “pay now”. The rest will be self-explanatory.

You can also pay by check if you request an invoice and make payments in U.S. dollars.  To request an invoice for payment send an email to worldweather@bizkc.rr.com.  Wire and electronic transfers can be made either through PayPal.com or through your bank.  To receive World Weather, Inc. bank transfer account information, send an email requesting the same to worldweather@bizkc.rr.com.


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