Posted  14 Dec, 2017 
In: Articles

Alberta Agriculture & Forestry is looking for feedback on current issues and opportunities related to the management of Fusarium graminearum in Alberta. The information collected in this survey will help determine how best to manage Fusarium graminearum in the future, as well as help improve programs and services provided by Alberta Agriculture and Forestry.

The survey will open December 18 and be open for an extended period, until January 18, 2018, to accommodate the holiday season.

The survey should take approximately 20 minutes to finish. A ‘save and return’ option is available that allows you to complete the full survey at a later date, as long as it is completed in advance of January 18, 2018.

Survey Link: http://bit.ly/AB-Fusarium-survey

Tips to completing the survey:

  • Using a computer, the survey is best viewed using Internet Explorer
  • Using an iPhone, the survey is best viewed horizontally (i.e., phone turned sideways)

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