The mandatory thiobencarb stewardship training recording is available 24/7 with access to the video throughout the use season. Viewing the video is the only option to receive the certificate of completion. Taking the exam is optional, so the reason two links are available: 1) Select “Certificate Only” if you prefer to view the video with no exam and receive a certificate of completion, or 2) choose the other link to view the video, take the exam, and receive a certificate of completion.READ MORE
The mandatory thiobencarb stewardship training recording will be available 24/7 to access from two locations. Video recordings will be available no later than January 5. Viewing the video is the only option for receiving credit for the mandatory thiobencarb stewardship training.READ MORE
Good news continues as the thiobencarb monitoring results hit a peak detection of 1.2 ppb on May 20 at the CBD5 site, which is below the performance goal of 1.5 ppb. Monitoring results at the CBD5 site recovered to 0.79 ppb and 0.73 ppb on May 25 and 27. Sight detections were discovered at the lower Colusa Basin site (CBD1) and Butte Sough. We are halfway through the monitoring season and will continue share monitoring results throughout the season.READ MORE
The thiobencarb monitoring results continue to be excellent through May 20. Reporting shows three detections (<1.0 ppb) at the upper Colusa Basin site (CBD5) starting May 6 and going down by May 18. The monitoring site had a peak detection of 1.2 ppb on May 20, which is below the performance goal of 1.5 ppb. We will continue to share monitoring results throughout the season.READ MORE
Good news! The thiobencarb monitoring results have been excellent and mostly non-detect through May 11. Monitoring is a weekly event with more recent results pending. The reporting shows two detections (<1.0 ppb) at the upper Colusa Basin site (CBD5), which are not a concern. We will continue to relay positive information on this important area, as well as any exceedances.READ MORE
The monitoring results are 12.5 percent survival at CBD5 on May 4. Two days later, the same site received the first thiobencarb detection for the season. We will follow up with the Colusa County Agricultural Commission to track applications close to the site.READ MORE
The thiobencarb stewardship training video is recorded and available 24/7 in two locations.
- You will see two options on calricenews.org website: