aWhere logoaWhere, a global agricultural intelligence company, announced today the release of 19 new crop growth stage models accessible through its Weather aWhere API services. This release is good news for farm management software and precision agriculture companies targeting North American farmers, scouts and crop consultants, as the release includes seven additional crops, including corn, wheat, barley, cotton, oats and more. 

aWhere's Weather aWhere agricultural data service provides daily forecast and observed weather data plus agronomic insight tailored specifically for field-level decisions. The new crop growth stage models announced today expand the aWhere library of agronomic models accessible by farm management software and precision ag companies. The Weather aWhere data services enable these companies to augment their solutions with field-level crop monitoring, field alerts, expanded field analysis, and critical data for scheduling ag operations. 

"We are thrilled to now offer companies immediate access to this suite of models to deliver location specific data to their farmers, scouts, and consultants. Together with our customers, we are enabling smarter, data-driven agriculture across the major agri-zones of the globe," said John Corbett Ph.D, CEO and Co-Founder of aWhere. 

Providing a single source API access for these high demand models further expands aWhere's presence in U.S. agriculture market, and establishes itself as the leading provider of agriculture-focused weather and agronomic insight for farm management software and precision agriculture companies. 

Michael Koenig, President of ScoutPro, said, "Crop stage growth monitoring is critical to the daily decision processes of professional crop scout services and growers. aWhere's weather and agronomic modeling available to our users through the ScoutPro system enable more informed decisions on every field."