Calling on Indiana Vegetable Producers: Tell us more about insect management in your crops! – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Calling on Indiana Vegetable Producers: Tell us more about insect management in your crops!

Researchers at Purdue University and The College of Wooster are conducting a study to learn more about insect pest management practices used by vegetable producers in the Great Lakes and Mid-Atlantic regions of the US. Although there is a key insect we’re curious about (the carrot weevil), you’ll only see 1 question about it; the majority of the survey questions focus on which insects are problematic for vegetable growers and how you approach insect pest management in your production system – whether it’s small or large, conventional or organic. The information shared will help direct pest management research and extension programs in specialty crop production in our region.

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The survey will take approximately 20-25 minutes to complete and in appreciation of your participation, you can choose to enter into a raffle for a FREE hardcopy of a commercial spray guide!

For more information about the survey and to access it online, please visit:

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