Nov 10, 2022
Use, recommend or manufacture mating disruption? Specialty crop survey looking for feedback

University of Wisconsin is conducting a survey about mating disruption use in specialty crops and the most important factors in the use of the technology. The survey, which is a collaboration with several universities across multiple states, is geared towards commercial growers, crop consultants, Extension agents, manufacturers and distributors, and other interested parties.

The survey seeks to learn more about how mating disruption is used, the barriers to adoption and other information, which will guide future research.

The estimated time required for the survey is about 15 minutes.

Click here for the survey.

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