Brief Survey of Corn Producers on Insect Pests and Their Management

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In an effort to improve our knowledge about pest management and integrated pest management (IPM) implementation, the IPM program is conducting a brief survey of corn producers (and other agricultural professionals) in North and South Carolina.
The goal of this survey is to identify the most common pests corn producers face, how producers make management decisions for those pests, and assess producer knowledge and implementation of IPM. Results from this survey will help shape future research and extension programming catered to the need of our stakeholders.
Please consider taking this survey if you farm corn in North or South Carolina. If you already took this survey in winter meetings, thank you. Responses are anonymous, time to complete this survey is less than 5 minutes, and it can be completed at any time through this link.