New England apple Extension survey

By Terence Bradshaw

I am working with the other Apple IPM Extension instructors across New England to develop regional programming. We are asking New England apple growers to help us in Extension determine the most effective ways to get you crop management information.

The intent of the survey is to determine how apple growers in New England obtain printed or web-based

production information and support, with a focus on Extension sources. It will be used to guide Extension in selecting ways to provide growers with information in the future. You may answer some, all or none of the questions, of course, but complete surveys will give more helpful results.

The survey will be open until March 7, 2019. It should take 10 minutes or less to complete. The survey has more than one page – please hit NEXT at the bottom of each page.

This survey is anonymous. Survey results will be reported to grant agencies, administrators and the academic community in order to improve support to New England apple producers. Your participation is greatly appreciated. All individual data will be kept confidential.

Please click the link below to start, and thank you!

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