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Crop Condition and Soil Moisture Analytics Tool (Crop-CASMA)

Associated Agencies

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service, George Mason University, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

Crop-CASMA (Crop Condition and Soil Moisture Analytics) is a web-based geospatial application developed by the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service, in collaboration with George Mason University and NASA. Crop-CASMA provides access to high-resolution data from NASA SMAP (Soil Moisture Active Passive) and MODIS (Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer) missions to map soil moisture and crop vegetation conditions across the United States. The tool is designed to help farmers, researchers, statisticians, and students with spring planting, tracking damage after natural disasters, monitoring crop health, and more. Users can select an area, create a map as a PDF, and also download data to input into their own models.

Interactive Map: Crop-CASMA Sub-9km Soil Moisture Anomaly

Data are updated daily with a 3-day delay.

Soil Moisture Anomaly
Range Map Hex Color
- -70% #715847
-70% - -50% #8f6441
-50% - -40% #b9713d
-40% - -30% #c8956d
-30% - -20% #dabca5
-20% - -10% #f7e9de
-10% - 0% #f1e6df
Range Map Hex Color
0% - 10% #daf1f9
10% - 20% #a4c8d8
20% - 30% #77aac1
30% - 40% #568a9e
40% - 50% #466b7c
50% - 70% #3b5865
70% - #333b48
Representative Image
Crop-CASMA interactive map viewer, showing soil moisture conditions across the contiguous U.S.