The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is once again offering cost-share help for producers enrolled in best management practices and who want to purchase on-site weather stations and temperature sensors.

The only requirement is that the University of Florida be able to access data from the weather stations once they're installed, according to a news release.

Producers may apply for one station and up to five temperature sensors for each operation of less than 300 acres in production.

Producers with larger operations may apply for one station and up to five sensors for each 300 acres in production.

FDACS will provide 75 percent of the cost up to a $50,000 maximum per producer, with a $5,000 cap per station/sensor set.

Download an informational sheet by clicking here or contact Susie Bishop at the Highlands Soil and Water Conservation Service, 863-402-7020.