Sanitation of Agricultural Field Equipment Questionnaire WGA
We are a group of agricultural research and extension professionals from across the United States that are curious about grower and agricultural professional perceptions about the importance of field equipment sanitation to mitigate the spread of organisms that pose human health, weed, plant pathogen or other risks. 

Agricultural field equipment includes: tillage implements, tractors, harvesters, cultivation equipment, trucks, trailers, sprayers, mowers, or any other piece of equipment that is shared across fields.  

This information will be solely used to help help frame future research questions and outreach activities.  It will not be published or distributed in any form. Answering  should take 5 minutes or less and is completely voluntary and  anonymous. 

If you have questions, comments, or concerns contact Dr. Matt Grieshop at 

Thank you for sharing your experience, we truly appreciate the gift of your time and knowledge.
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Crop Type/s and Field Equipment Sanitization Protocols
What crops do you grow and do you have field equipment sanitation protocols?
What group of crops do you grow?
Major crop for us
Minor crop for us
Don't grow this
Commodity Row Crops (e.g., Corn, Soy, Wheat, Alfalfa, Sugar Beets)
Specialty perennial crops (e.g., tree fruit, nuts, bramble crops)
Annual fruiting crops (e.g., tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, melons, etc.)
Annual specialty root crops (e.g., potatoes, sweet potatoes, garlic, onions)
Annual leafy vegetable crops (e.g., lettuce, spinach, broccoli, cabbage)
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In your operation, is it important to have a sanitation protocols for farming field equipment (e.g., tractors, cultivators, tillage equipment, harvesters, sprayers) to mitigate or prevent the spread of human pathogens, plant pathogens, and/or weeds? *
In your operation,  do you have sanitation protocols for field equipment (e.g., tractors, cultivators, tillage equipment, harvesters, sprayers) to mitigate human pathogen, plant pathogens, arthropod, weeds  and/or other risks? *
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