Soil fertility and nutrient management practices survey 
Dear survey participant,
I am Nutifafa Adotey, University of Tennessee’s Soil and Nutrient Management Extension Specialist. A thriving and productive land for subsequent generation is of uttermost importance to every farmer, rancher, or grower. This survey is designed to gather brief but valuable information on some basic production practices in Tennessee. This information will help me develop a relevant soil fertility extension program to ensure that Tennesseans’ lands are productive and sustainable for the next generation.
Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey. I have contracted with QuestionPro, an independent research firm, to field your confidential survey responses. I would appreciate your feedback in our online survey. Your survey responses will remain confidential and secure. Data will only be used to help build a robust soil and nutrient management extension and research program.
I appreciate your trust and look forward to serving you in the future.
Please contact with any questions.

What county is most of your production farm located?
What aspects of crop production are most important to you? Please use a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 as least important and 5 as most important.
Crop physiology
Pest and disease control
Soil fertility and management
Variety selection
Are there any other aspects of crop production left out of the list?
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