Perennia Food and Agriculture Inc., in conjunction with Horticulture Nova Scotia, regularly collaborates on a variety of research projects.  These projects aim to assist farmers by exploring new crops and varieties, improving upon existing crops, and determining best management practices.  Annually, berry and vegetable research priority selection sessions bring together growers, researchers and other interested parties to determine what these projects should encompass.   This survey will act as a tool to narrow down and/or identify new priorities for the coming growing season.
Your participation is essential to this process and your time is greatly appreciated.  All private information will be kept confidential.

If you are interested in being contacted by prospective collaborators about your research priorities, please fill in the address section, if not please continue to question 2.

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* 1. Contact Information

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* 2. Please select your top three research priorities for general agronomy

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* 3. My added priorities for general agronomy are: