Director, AgWeatherNet & Professor of Agrometeorolgy

Gerrit Hoogenboom, Ph.D.



Agrometeorologist from Georgia To Direct WSU AgWeatherNet.(June 23, 2010)

Farmers benefit from science-based virtual farming software(May 25, 2010)

Closing weather station would take away valuable decision-making tool.(April 22, 2010)

Proper planting essential to success. Scientists help African farmers cope with the weather.(July 5, 2007)

Monitor reveals how plant feel, what they need. Scientists study global warming effects on corn.(February 21, 2007)

Plant, grow, and harvest virtual crops. Crop modeling program growing popular worldwide.(May 25, 2006)

Weather tools help teams gauge heat conditions. (July 28, 2005)

Weather stations mark storms' sweep across Georgia. Parts of Georgia receive close to 7 inches during June's first week. (June 8, 2005)

Weather station, study at UGA Griffin provides information on conditions on State web site (February 20, 2005)

Frances spanned the highest winds and Jeanne the most rain

Highest winds and most rain, more. (October 1, 2004)

Hurricane highlights documented (September 30, 2004)

Computer software program grows cyber crops (June 2, 2004)

Network monitors current weather conditions (May 5, 2004)

Scientists 'look' at global warming's effects on crops (April 27, 2004)

Program analyzes Georgia's rainfall (February 26, 2004)

'Crops' planted, grown, harvested in minutes (December 17, 2002)

Weather Stations Provide Much More Than Rain Data (December 5, 2002)

2002 D.W. Brooks Award in International Agriculture (October 1, 2002)

UGA Weather Stations May Help Avert Future 'Water Wars' (May 19, 2000)

Weather Station Network Could Be Used To Predict Severe Conditions (February 28, 2000)

For Weather Enthusiasts (February 21, 2000)

UGA Not Just Talking About Weather (February 3, 2000)

Georgia Weather Network Provides Real-Time Data (November 1999)

"Fruits of Peace"


Gerrit Hoogenboom

Washington State University
24106 North Bunn Road
Prosser, Washington 99350-8694

509 786-9371
(Campus - 61371)

509 786-9370

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