Observed data on temperature and precipitation in the past two decades across Serbia were analyzed in order to identify the frequency and intensity of the weather events that are unfavorable for the agriculture.
General risks for all agricultural sectors include: high summer temperatures, intensive precipitation, droughts and shift in phenophases due to the temperature increase.
Risks in fruit production and viticulture include: low winter temperature, late spring frost, high summer temperatures, high temperatures during the ripening period and water deficit during the vegetation.
Risks in crop production include: low temperatures (or frost) after the sowing, high summer temperatures, water deficit in sensitive phenophases.
Maps of analyzed risks are available here.