Aim of this section: Here you add and manage the questions that participants should answer during their tricot trial about the performance of their technology options. All questions are comparison questions, so participants can rank their field observations. All these questions will be printed on the observation cards, and handed out to the participants.
How-to: This is a two-step process.
1. Time point: You will need to decide at which time point in the tricot project the participants should make their observations. For example, if you are to test different bean varieties, you might want to ask participants to make observations at the start of the project (day of sowing), then after 30 days (30 days) and at the end of the trial (day of harvest).
2. Observations: Depending on the technology options of your tricot project, you will need to define which observations participants should make. Each observation corresponds to a question on their observation cards. For example, if you are to test different bean varieties, you might be interested in the height of the plants – “Which variety grows tallest?”, or you might be interested in stress tolerance – “Which variety looks healthiest?”.
Next step: prepare test packages