Use this tool to calculate rainfall-related mycotoxin risk assessment scores for wheat.
Covering thousands of sites across England, Scotland and Wales, this map-based tool can show how much rain has fallen during the critical winter wheat flowering and pre-harvest periods. Use this information to help calculate mycotoxin risk assessment scores (required for the combinable crops grain passport).
How to use the mycotoxin rainfall risk tool
- Enter the start and end dates in the boxes (typed in manually or selected from the pop-up calendar) for the defined rainfall period(s).
- At each site, a coloured circle reveals the risk score for the defined rainfall period.
- Float the mouse cursor over a site to show the rainfall (mm) that fell during the defined period.
- Enter the relevant score(s) onto the risk assessment.
Rainfall tracking for the current season commences from 21 May.
Rainfall tracked May to June 2021.