2014 Cover Crop Survey

2014 Cover Crop Survey

+ If you currently use cover crops, this is your chance to report what works and doesn’t work.

+ If you don’t use cover crops, this is your chance to tell us why not and help us understand where more scientific evidence is needed to encourage their adoption.

We are seeking farmer input on cover crops as a conservation option on U.S. farms. This survey will take 10 minutes or less and is for both farmers who use cover crops and farmers who do not use cover crops.

Just a few minutes of your time will help improve cover crop programs and efforts to increase access to information and assistance.

To access the survey, click here: Cover Crops Survey.

Your answers will remain completely anonymous.

For the purposes of this survey, a COVER CROP refers to any crop intentionally planted between traditional spring/summer cash crop production periods.

For 10 minutes or less, you could receive a $100 gift card
After completing the survey, you will have the opportunity to register for two $100 gift card drawings. Gift card registration takes place at a separate website to ensure that your responses to this survey remain completely anonymous.

Please respond by Jan. 31, 2014, to be eligible for the gift card drawing.

This survey is sponsored by the USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program and carried out by the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC).

If you have questions, please contact:
Chad Watts, Conservation Technology Information Center
3495 Kent Avenue, Suite J100, West Lafayette, IN 47906
Phone: (574) 242-0147 Email: watts@ctic.org

North Central Region SARE (NCR-SARE) is one of four regional offices that run the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program, a nationwide grants and education program to advance sustainable innovation to American agriculture.

Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) is a national not-for-profit organization that champions, promotes and provides information on technologies and sustainable agricultural systems that conserve and enhance soil, water, air and wildlife resources and are productive and profitable.

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