Developed under the Caribbean Agro-Meteorological Initiative (CAMI), Agro-climatological Bulletins report on significant past and present weather and climatic conditions that are essential to agriculture at national, regional and local levels.
Each issue illustrates average extreme values of meteorological, agro-meteorological and hydrometeorological elements, with information presented as graphs, tables, drawings, maps, satellite imagery and text.
The Bulletin gives an overview of the state and phases of agricultural crop, forest plantation and farm animal development. It also features forecasted agro-climatological conditions with descriptions on their possible effects on development and yield.
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