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Dixon/Solano RCD

Water Quality Coalition

Member Farm Reports from 2014-2022

What farm reports should I have on file?  

Click here to see the PowerPoint of reports for each year



To return to the Irrigated Lands home page for the online data management tool (DMT), click here.

All MEMBERS must complete

 FARM REPORTING for crop year 2022.

Note: Parcels that are fallow, crops with no yield or that are non-bearing must also complete the farm reporting.  



  1. Verify My INFO – Contact information can be updated here. 

  2. Verify ACCOUNT – Reporter name, account completion & account balance.

  3. Verify ACCOUNT CONTACT – Billing contact can be changed here.

  4. Verify PARCELS – Is the parcel active or not? Please leave detailed notes when changing a parcel’s status.

  5. Verify CROPPING, irrigated acres (farmed acres) & planting year for permanent crops. Reminder:  There are both “Pasture-No Nitrogen”= No nitrogen applied OR “Pasture” = Nitrogen is applied. Groundwater Irrigation Percentage” for Crop1 and Crop2.  It will give us a better understanding of how much groundwater usage is in the County vs. surface water and may help landowners by having to respond to duplicate surveys in the future.

  6. Complete INMP SR – Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Plan Summary Report – Management units, reporting & certification [Need pounds of nitrogen applied per/acre including your credits (from soil and water) and crop yield per/acre] “Prior Year Results” INMP inputs are listed at the bottom of the page as a reference. If crop is different from prior year, make appropriate changes.

  7. OUTREACH/TRAINING – Enter the education event “attended.” Your annual education requirement can be met in many different ways this year.  From in-person workshops to virtual webinars. Check out our website and these other ideas if you have not already completed a qualifying activity.

  8. MPIR – Groundwater Management Practice Implementation Report – Irrigation Wells, Irrigation Uniformity and Crop Fertility. Most of the questions will be familiar as they are the same information from the Farm Evaluation questions (wells and crop fertility plan), however there is a new section related to irrigation uniformity. 

  9. Verify SECP – Sediment & Erosion Control Plan – Acknowledge you have read and understand the requirements. --SECP self-certification online training will be available February 1-29, 2024! If you need this training, do not miss it. To find out if you need to have a SECP for your parcel, visit the PARCELS page in the DMT. For the online SECP training visit:

  10. MAPS AND REPORTS – This section allows you to print farm maps and review your grower feedback reports.  If you are required to complete an INMP (everyone with the exception of Pasture- No Nitrogen), you must acknowledge that you are aware of your outlier status on the INMP certification page.

  11. Complete the INMP WORKSHEET – Pre-planning for 2024 crop year, kept on-farm. If your parcel is in a HVA (high vulnerability area) to nitrogen, your INMP worksheet must be certified.  You can get self-certified online now! The course is at:  (Required for all HVA parcels-exception is Pasture-No Nitrogen) The online version of the worksheet is available to download in the DMT or visit our webpage at:

Contact Martha McKeen (707) 678-1655 x103 for your username/password, assistance completing your reporting or any other questions.

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