USDA Soilless Urban Ag Survey

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Researchers at San Diego State University are conducting an important survey to understand soilless urban agriculture’s economic, environmental and social benefits, as well as the regional and local barriers and opportunities influencing the industry’s development.

Take the Survey: Systems Analysis of Hydroponic, Aquaponic, and Aeroponic Food Production in the United States

The goal is to understand the factors influencing the industry and the support it needs to be more successful and impactful. The survey is funded by the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture program.  Researchers need to hear from ALL participants in soilless food production businesses and organizations including farmers, CEOs, owners, directors, managers, scientists, volunteers, etc.

The success of this project depends on this survey reaching as many people who work in soilless urban agriculture as possible! If you grow in soilless urban systems please take 10 minutes to complete the survey! 

Take the Survey: Systems Analysis of Hydroponic, Aquaponic, and Aeroponic Food Production in the United States

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