Professor seeks volunteers for nutrient management research

January 8, 2014 under CANR News

Kent Messer, Unidel Howard Cosgrove Chair and associate professor in the Department of Applied Economics and Statistics, is seeking volunteers to participate in a research project focusing on the adoption of nutrient management practices on farms. Messer is seeking volunteers to complete a 30 minute survey and participate in a choice activity in order to understand their perspectives on the topics and their willingness to adopt new practices.

Participation is voluntary and all responses will remain confidential. By completing the survey and participating in the choice activity, participants will receive a $50 Visa card. To be eligible for the $50 gift card, you must have decision-making authority for at least 10 acres of agricultural land in Delaware.

Participants will also be eligible for up to $40,000 in participant incentives and cost-share match for the implementation of new nutrient management practices on their property.

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