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For research project, ADMI calling for success stories on PHL interventions via online survey

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For research project, ADMI calling for success stories on PHL interventions via online survey

Posted by wozniak5 on 12 Jun 2014

The ADM Institute for the Prevention of Postharvest Loss (ADMI), a research institute based at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has issued a survey to collect data on successful postharvest loss interventions. This short survey (only 3 questions) is a part of a study that ADMI was funded to conduct by the Rockefeller Foundation.

The survey is intended to expand on the project’s literature review by tapping into the knowledge and experiences of professionals in this domain. Much of the work done over the years on postharvest loss prevention may not be included in published sources, therefore the survey calls on professionals to provide brief summary descriptions of 1 to 3 successful interventions.

ADMI has published a blog post to tell you more about survey and project, or you can take the survey now: http://bit.ly/phlsurvey