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Poll - june 2017:

Monitoring and scouting for pest and diseases in your greenhouse crops is an essential part of IPM.
How much time is being spent on detecting and observing pests and diseases in an area of approximately 1 hectare?
It doesn’t take time every week. (%,  votes)
It takes less than 30 minutes a week. (%,  votes)
It takes between 30 minutes and 1 hour a week. (%,  votes)
It takes between 1 hour and 2 hours a week. (%,  votes)
It takes more than 2 hours a week. (%,  votes)

Poll - march 2017:

Spring is approaching and your outdoor crops will soon bloom.
How do you ensure optimum pollination?
I rely on natural pollinators. (%,  votes)
I will certainly use honey bees. (%,  votes)
I will certainly use bumble bees. (%,  votes)
I will certainly use bumble bees and honey bees. (%,  votes)
I decide later depending on the weather conditions during blooming. (%,  votes)

Poll - dec. 2016:

IPM has been developed as a way to control pests without relying solely on pesticides.
To what extent have you been able to reduce the amount of pesticides used in your crop with your current IPM strategy?
It did not result in a significant reduction. (%,  votes)
Approx. 25% reduction. (%,  votes)
Approx. 50% reduction. (%,  votes)
Approx. 75% reduction. (%,  votes)
My pesticide use is almost zero. (%,  votes)

Poll - sept. 2016:

Among the following factors, which one is most important for you to keep reducing the use of chemical pesticides?
Risk of exceeding Maximum Residue Levels (%,  votes)
Pests are (becoming) resistant to pesticides (%,  votes)
Decreasing availability of chemical pesticides (%,  votes)
Customer demand for environment friendly and safe production (%,  votes)
Pesticide use can have a negative impact on crop productivity (%,  votes)