Weather stations

Agrovista offers a range of ‘go anywhere’ solar-powered GPRS weather stations and sensors to provide high-quality data from any location. Suitable for those growing arable crops, vegetables, potatoes, top, soft and stone fruit, and vines.

These solutions are also ideal for research, industrial and meteorological settings.

The weather stations have sensors to measure rainfall, temperature, relative humidity, solar radiation, wind speed/direction, soil temperature, soil moisture, leaf wetness, evapotranspiration and other parameters.



Built with rugged materials and long-lasting sensors, our weather stations are the most durable on the market, providing accurate long-term weather data.

24/7 operation

A solar panel charges the battery for continuous power; ultra-low-power operation and high-quality sensors ensure accurate data all year round.

Data logging

Includes a large internal memory. If the receiving/sending signal is temporarily lost, your data is transmitted later when the signal is resumed.

Online data access

Access your own online Weather Dashboard to visualise sensor data. API enables transfer to a range of software for disease modeling, crop recording, or your weather applications. Data is then backed up in the cloud.

Maintenance and support

Your weather station is maintained annually and pro-actively during the year by a technician. Weather data is checked in near real-time against weather models.

Network linked

See the bigger picture by linking to soil moisture sensors, rain gauges, and other sensors. See the changing weather at different sites and make more informed decisions.

weather station products

Agrovista weather and soil moisture station demo

Here is a live data feed from our Stoughton weather station. You are able to access your data from our easy to use software app on desktop, tablet and mobile devices.


  • View live weather data from your own weather stations placed in your fields
  • Reduce field visits
  • Protect your crops - live alerts from sensors by e-mail, SMS, or phone call
  • Use disease models as part of IPM
  • Analyse past weather events
  • Backed up by expert advice and support from your local agronomist