Strawberry Agricultural Mulches Survey – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Strawberry Agricultural Mulches Survey

Attention Strawberry Growers.

A group of scientists are surveying growers’ current practices and opinions about agricultural mulches in their strawberry fields. They hope that growers can share information about current practices and opinions about different types of agricultural mulches with the research team by completing a short online survey.

The survey is located here:

Responses to this survey are voluntary, and your answers will be kept completely confidential. The survey is being conducted by Washington State University’s Social and Economic Sciences Research Center and is certified exempt by the WSU IRB 20193-001. No individual or business will ever be identified in the results.

If you have any questions about why this survey is being done, about accessing the survey, or anything else related to the survey, please contact the SESRC at or call them toll-free at 1-800-833-0867.

Thank you for considering our request, and we hope to hear from you soon.


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