NEW APIARY PROGRAM IN MISSOURI: Check out the new Missouri Pollinator Conservancy Program initiated by University of Missouri Extension in collaboration with the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Missouri Farm Bureau, applicators, crop producers, beekeepers and FieldWatch. New BeeCheck flags are available from FieldWatch for beekeepers who have approved apiary sites on DriftWatch. Link to more information: MPCP
The DriftWatch Specialty Crop Site Registry is a voluntary communication tool that enables crop producers, beekeepers, and pesticide applicators to work together to protect specialty crops and apiaries through use of the DriftWatch registry mapping program. DriftWatch is not a substitute for any state regulatory requirements.
For user guides, FAQ's, the latest news and more, please visit FieldWatch.
Communication + Cooperation + Collaboration = Successful Co-existence
If you are a producer or an applicator and already have a DriftWatch Account, log in here or use the login form at the top-right of the page.
Let others know the location of your specialty crops. All approved sites appear on our registry map and will be submitted directly to partner applicators. You can also order official "No Drift" signs for your field!
Make registered applicators aware of your beehives. All approved sites appear on our registry map and will be submitted directly to partner applicators. You can also order official "No Drift" signs for your apiaries!
Click your state below to view the DriftWatch map.
Field signs can be used for additional communication and awareness!
Official DriftWatch signs are available for purchase by registered producers with approved sites.
After your specialty crop or apiary site is approved by the data steward, we will send ordering instructions in your approval notification email.