Agrometeorology

Agrometeorological network was started in 1973 with the guidance and donations given by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) as a result of it, so many agrometeorological stations were established island wide under certain institutions such as coconut research rubber research agriculture research paddy research and tea research at the beginning.

We receive continuously data from all stations and those data are quality controlled and processed by agromet division other than this we supply data for academic purpose research and other relevant projects .

 

 

Agrometeorology Stations

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1.AGALAWATTA
2.AMBEKELLE
3.ERAMINIYAYA(ANGU)
4.ARALAGANWILA
5.BANDARAWELA
6.BATHALAGODA
7.BOMBUWELA
8.COLOMBO
9.DENIYAYA
10.ELUWANKULAMA
11.GIRADURUKOTTE
12.KANTALE
13.KOTHMALE
14.KOTTAWA
15.KUNDASALE
16.KURUNEGALA
17.B’DIRRIPPUWA(LUNU)
18.MADURU OYA
19.MAHA ILLUPPALLAMA
20.MAHAWA
21.MAKADURA
22.MARADANKADAWALA
23.MATHALE,AGMET
24.MONERAGALA
25.NORWOOD
26.PASSARA-TRI
27.GANNORUWA(PERA)
28.POLGOLLA
29.PUTTALAM
30.RANDENIGALA
31.RATHMALAGARA
32.RATHNAPURA
33.RATHNAPURA-TRI
34.SEVANAGALA
35.SEETHAELIYA
36.THALAWAKELLE
37.THIRUNALVALI
38.UDAWALAWE
39.ULHITIYA
40.VAVUNIYA
41.VICTORIA
42.WEERAWILA

 

Previous Weekly Updates

 

Agro meteorology bulleting for the week 16

Graphs- Comparison of Thirty year Average Rainfall and Actual Rainfall"/imag

Graphs- Comparison of Thirty year Average Rainfall and Actual Rainfall

 

 

Agro meteorology bulleting for the week 08

 

Agro meteorology bulleting for the week 07

 

Agro meteorology bulleting for the week 05