Vermont Apple and Grape Frost Damage Assessment 
Northeast frost event damage assessment of perennial fruit crop yields: 5/18/23

University of Vermont Fruit Team Crop Loss from May 2023 Freeze Event Survey

This survey is designed to collect important information on fruit production losses attributable to the May 18 freeze event that occurred in the region. Data collected in this survey will be used to inform and justify development of support programs to assist with economic losses. A summary of received data at the county or region level will be presented to the Vermont Agency of Agriculture and appropriate federal offices. All data will be curated with strict confidentiality by UVM Fruit Program and will not be linked back to any individual operation. This survey complies with Institutional Review Board policies at the University of Vermont, and because no sensitive data are collected nor are responses attributable to individual respondents, it is exempt from increased privacy protocols under certificate CHRBSS: 18-0332. Questions regarding this survey may be directed to: Terence Bradshaw, tbradsha@uvm.edu, (802)922-2591.   

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Name of Farm
Location/address (county or town)
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Primary crop reported on this form
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What was the lowest temperature recorded (in degrees Fahrenheit) on your farm on the morning of May 18, 2023?
Do you have crop damage on your farm as a result of the May 18, 2023 freeze? *
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