The summer of 2022 was a record-breaking season, marked by several heatwaves, forest fires and severe drought, foreshadowing alarming meteorological conditions in the near future.
Phenological stages of plants are linked to climate and therefore to agricultural risks. Knowing this relationship can help with future crop protection: installation, practices, alerts and insurance.
The increase in the risk of spring frost is due to 2 main factors: Crops starting to grow earlier every year and the growing instability of cold polar air masses. We present in this note ways to adapt to this risk.
Parametric solution that aims to compensate for the loss of revenues for cooperative, agri-holding, and agricultural product transformers that experience lower harvest due to adverse weather conditions.
Agricultural yield is not the only way climate change can impact crops. The quality of grapes, fruit trees, and cereal are also affected by many less quantifiable factors. Read what our lead Agronomist has to say.