MyPest Page -
IPM Pest and Plant Disease Models and Forecasting

  For Pest Modeling in the US for Agricultural, Pest Management, and Plant Biosecurity Decision Support in the US
Introduction:
This website brings together US weather data and plant pest and disease models to serve many decision support needs in agriculture. Currently this site provides over 80 degree-day and 21 hourly weather-driven models serving many IPM, regulatory, plant biosecurity, biological control, and conservation uses for the full USA, with emphasis on IPM needs for the Western States.

Weather data and forecasts are currently linked to the models for over 16,000+ US and nearby weather locations. Forecast sources include NWS Digital forecasts in all states and Fox Weather LLC forecasts in Western states.

Funding has been provided by numerous USDA NIFA grants, USDA RMA ipmPIPE grants, NPDN grants, WR-IPM Center and Oregon Statewide IPM funds, and local and regional commodity grants.

Online Survey:
   Please fill out our brief end-user survey! This site is free - please provide us feedback!
Additional Resources: Try this page if Tabs fail to work on your browser
   What's new 
   Online tutorials 
    US/Google Maps interface to online phenology models and degree-day calculator planned to replace: PNW interface to online phenology models and degree-day calculator  
   Degree-day usage instructions 
   Technical documents - how to customize settings for: webpage bookmarks
       and pest model charts and tables for mashups - added 4/22/2011 
   Frequently asked questions
   Related web sites
   Full station list

Presentations:
   02/13 Intro to Degree-Days w/Douglas Fir Needle Midge Example (.ppt)
   03/13 Phenology Models from USPEST.ORG - Recent Developments (poster .pdf)
   01/14 Pest Event Mapping: A New Tool for Prediction of Insect Phenology (paper) (slides)
Zone forecast: NWS forecasts enter Place, State or Zipcode:  

 

  First time user? Select one or more Crops  and enter a Zipcode to initialize defaults for your MyPest Page of plant disease risk and degree-day models. Then click the "Go" button.
     
Crop(s):  apple pear cherry peach grape
caneberries strawberry hazelnut walnut pecan
nursery wheat oats grains alfalfa
beans hop vegetables potato corn
sugarbeet peppermint sunflower clover
invasive species park&yard trees degree-day calc. only
Zipcode:       
 
Returning user? Go directly to http://uspest.org/risk/models - MyPest Page
        (only your previous settings will be used)

 

    Map Index  to plant disease risk  and degree-day models clickable USA map
Index of online tutorials
US/Google Maps interface to online phenology models and degree-day calculator  which replaces: PNW interface to online phenology models and degree-day calculator Table index of US states and networks linked to models

Selected agricultural weather network tables and home pages:
   Oregon: Hood River, The Dalles, Medford, Milton- Freewater, NW Rubus, AgriMet,
                Pudding & Yamhill Basin IPM, CROPTIME vegetable scheduling: OR, WA
   Washington: AgWeatherNet, AgriMet
   Idaho: AgriMet
   Montana: AgriMet    California: CIMIS, PESTCAST
Table of all 80 degree-day models. Table of 2013 past usage/no. model runs
Spotted Wing Drosophila PIPE Page
Plant disease model shortcuts: Grass seed stem rust, NEW Experimental Grass seed stem rust, Swiss needle cast
Disease alert maps:
    Boxwood Blight ipmPIPE : current
   Tomcast DSV: current, 2010-14 index
   Soybean rust: current, 2010-14 index
   Fireblight: current US, current w/2-day forecast - PNW,
     movies: 2012 2011 2010
   Tomato-potato late blight: current, movies: NEast 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, NY 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009
Hi-resolution disease alert maps for selected regions and plant diseases:
Willamette Valley, OR Columbia Basin, WA Napa, CA Fresno, CA
botrytis botrytis botrytis botrytis
grape powdery mildew grape powdery mildew grape powdery mildew grape powdery mildew
potato late blight potato late blight potato late blight potato late blight
hop powdery mildew hop powdery mildew hop powdery mildew hop powdery mildew
GIS interface to degree-day model:
                                Size:   Region:   
Custom degree-day mapmaker for 48 US states - use your own settings (new version 9/2/14):
   main server (fastest), new server (about as fast)
Daily degree-day accumulation maps - click on a region for more maps:
Northwestern
daily NW USA DD maps - this year to date
North Central
daily NC USA DD maps - this year to date
Great Lakes Central
daily GL USA DD maps - this year to date
Northeastern
daily NE USA DD maps - this year to date
Southwestern
daily SW USA DD maps - this year to date
South Central
daily SC USA DD maps - this year to date
Southeastern
daily SE USA DD maps - this year to date
48 State USA
US this year to date
Oregon
daily Oregon DD maps - this year to date
Washington
daily WA DD maps - this year to date
Idaho
daily ID DD maps - this year to date
Montana
daily MT DD maps - this year to date
Use these maps to track heat unit build-up using the temperature thresholds 32°, 41°, and 50° F, and for GIS interface to calculate degree-days at specific locations.


IPPC at Oregon State University The PRISM Group at OSU Western
 Region Pest Management Center Integrated Pest Management PIPE National Plant Diagnostics Network National Institute
 for Food and Agriculture

All data are provided "as is" and users assume all risk in their use - see full disclaimer. See also OSU Disclaimer. All NWS derived data is not subject to copyright protection. This site hosted by the Integrated Plant Protection Center at Oregon State University with support from the USDA National Plant Diagnostic Network, The OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, various USDA CSREES/NIFA grants, USDA RMA, and USDA IPM Centers - Western Region. Climate map data provided by OSU PRISM Group, real-time public weather data provided by U. Utah Mesowest and other networks including WSU AgWeatherNET, AGRIMET, CPS Adcon Networks, IFPNet Automata, California CIMIS, California PestCast, and others.
This page on-line since April 5, 1996; last update Sept. 2, 2014. Contact Len Coop, OSU IPPC and Botany & Plant Pathology Dept. at coopl@science.oregonstate.edu or 541-737-5523 if you have any questions about this information.





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