How can we increase uptake of more efficient agricultural innovations?
What is the purpose of the research?
This research is part of a study called SolACE: Solutions for improving Agroecosystem and Crop Efficiency for water and nutrient use. SolACE is a European Union-funded research project running from 2017-2022 researching new innovations to reduce water and nutrient stress in potatoes, durum wheat and bread wheat in European farms.

We want to understand what people think about our proposed agricultural innovations, which will be used to help inform and improve our research. We are reaching out to all agricultural stakeholders to find out what people’s perceptions are of these innovations, as well as what people think would encourage or discourage their uptake on farms.

If you agree to take part, you will be asked to complete a questionnaire, which should take no more than 10 minutes.
We will not collect any information from you that can be used to identify you. We will, however, ask what industry you work in.

Anonymised information will be shared with the SolACE partners and the European Union. We have no plans to reuse the data after completion of this study. Anonymised data will be collated into documents such as reports, journal articles, book chapters and presentations.

For more information on SolACE please visit www.solace-eu.net This project is financed by EU Horizon 2020.

Project contact details: Dr Niki Rust, Agriculture Building, Newcastle University, Newcastle, NE1 4LU, UK, niki.rust@ncl.ac.uk

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