Update Apr. 22, 2011
For users who wish to set up multiple configurations, such as for Extension agents, consultants, or growers with large operations, you may wish to set up your own bookmarks or webpages with various different settings and for several locations. One inherent limitation of the page is that only a *single* location at a time may be displayed per browser window.
This page provides the technical details and some examples on how to customize settings for making bookmarks and other "hard links" that may be embedded into other webpages.
The program may be called via either "POST" or "GET" HTTP protocols. This is a guide primarily for setting your parameters using "GET" (parameters are included in the adress/URL). These settings allow you to over-ride any prior cookie settings with some exceptions listed below under "Notes".
Paste the above into your browser to double check that these are your desired settings. To make a bookmark, in your browser menu (e.g. Firefox), click on "Bookmarks","Bookmark This Page", then type in your own description of these settings, and then click "Done". You may then go back to this bookmark at any time.
Full listing of Mypest Page params and values:
sta=xxxxx Weather station where xxxxx is the station code. eg sta=CRVO or sta=v2CRVO (for virtual station). start_date=yyyymmdd where yyyymmdd is year month day (eg 20100704 is July 4, 2010) of when to start displaying data. span=xx where xx is number of days data to display after start date f_date=yyyymmdd forecast start date where yyyymmdd is year month day (eg 20100723 is July 23, 2010) of when to start displaying forcast data forecasted on a specific date. wp=xxxxx Weather parameter, where xxxxx is the weather parameter to display. Possible values: temp dewpt rel_hum windspeed rain leafwet mdl=xxxxx where xxxxx is hourly disease model. Model values: none: none (to force no models -- even cookied model params) apple scab: a_scab botrytis: boti boxwood blight: bxwd_s cherry powdery mildew: ch_pm chilling units: chl cleistothecial powdery mildew: cl_pm dollar spot: dol_spot fire blight: fb fire blight new 2010: fb10 generic degree-hours model: gen GT powdery mildew: p_mild hop powdery mildew: h_pm mummy berry: mum_b muskmelon melcast: mm_mc pear scald: p_scld pear scab: p_scab pearson gadoury: pgpm strawberry powdery mildew: str_pm tomato potato late blight: tplb tomcast dsv: tdsv Utah chilling units: chl_u vapor drift: v_drift watermelon melcast: wm_mc ddmdl=xxxxx where xxxxx is degree-day model - e.g. codling moth = clm, cl2, or cl3 (there are 3 available codling moth models) see list of degree-day models for a full list of abbreviations (displayed in 3rd column of table) dis_fcst=1 to disable forecast (useful for running models using past weather data) nws_dig=1 to opt for National Weather Service digital forecast (vs default of Fox) ignore_lw_sensor=1 to opt for not using any station leaf wetness sensor data if available (default is to use it) Forces using computed LW from Fox FuzzyLW routine based on temperature, dewpt, wind and precip ignore_precip=1 to force zero precip into the Fox FuzzyLw routine plot_qa=1 to display plot of QA for temperature and dew point tmpth=xx%20yy%20zz to display temperature threshold lines on temperature graph where xx, yy and zz (and so on) are desired Farenheit degrees for lines to appear wndth=xx%20yy%20zz to display wind speed threshold lines on windspeed graph where xx, yy and zz (and so on) are desired mph speed for lines to appear download_data=1 to get a csv file of the data tbl=1 to also display a tabular view of the selected weather and hourly model data ng=1 to disable display of graphs
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