Keystone Agricultural Producers is once again conducting its annual fuel and fertilizer survey.Vice President Robert McLean explains the survey identifies how much prices have increased year over year, and whether certain regions of the province are less expensive than others.  For the first time the farmers can also fill in the costs for fuel and fertilizer in the United States, if they are close to the border or have an American contact in the industry.  McLean notes a number of KAP members who live close to the border have indicated fuel and fertilizer prices are significantly cheaper in the U.S.  By making some inquiries KAP hopes to confirm the figures and possibly find out why there is such a disparity.  Tthe deadline to submit your completed survey is February 26th.