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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 2023.

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


  • Verify My INFO – Verify that your contact information is accurate and update as needed.

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

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

  • Verify PARCELS – Is the parcel active or not? Please leave detailed notes when changing a parcel’s status.  New: HVA (high vulnerability area for nitrogen risk to groundwater) 2023 updates have been entered into the DMT. If your parcels’ status changed, there will be a pop-up notice and the designation will be highlighted. If your parcel’s status has changed to an HVA, your INMP worksheet must be certified starting in 2024. See INMP Worksheet.

  • Verify CROPPING, irrigated (or planted) acres & planting year for permanent crops (required for orchards and vineyards) Reminder:  Complete the “Groundwater Irrigation Percentage” for Crop1 and Crop2, if applicable. Estimate to the best of your ability the percentage of groundwater that is used. This information is being collected for the Solano Groundwater Sustainability Agency. It will give us a better understanding of how much groundwater usage is in the County vs. surface water and may help landowners by not having to respond to duplicate reporting in the future.

    • All crops must have their planted acreage entered.  This includes crops like ryegrass, safflower, triticale, wheat, and other similar hay and grasses regardless of the water source. This may be a change from how you have reported in the past, however, it keeps us consistent among subwatersheds within the Sacramento Valley Water Quality Coalition.

  • Exceptions are the three Fallow options:

    • Fallow-In transition (Replacing orchard and vineyards, rotating crops, restore fertility)

    • Fallow-No water (Drought and allocation)

    • Fallow-No Operator (Landowner unable to lease land or tenant left unexpectedly)

      • Note: You will need to change any parcel/field currently reported as Fallow to one of the new Fallow options. Fallow options will be invoiced at the planted acreage total. This, too, will keep us consistent with the other subwatersheds in the Coalition and is written in the Order that all parcels will pay the fee if irrigated or cultivated within the past five years.

  • 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]                                                

    • “No N” (nitrogen) button = No N was applied to the management unit so the DMT will enter “0” to all the nitrogen input fields.     

    •  “N in Liquid/Dry Fertilizer” and “N in Irrigation Water” are required fields. For nitrogen in the water, there are various methods to calculate.

    •  For all other N input fields = Any field left as “Value,” the DMT will assume these fields are “0” N inputs.

  • Commonly missed item reminder:

    • Enter yield basis for tree crops (in-shell, hull, gross etc.)

    • If you enter “no yield” for your crop, please leave a reason in the notes.

    • If your yield is an outlier (very low or very high), please leave a reason in the notes.​​

"Prior Year Results” INMP inputs are listed at the bottom of the page as a reference, if you farmed the same parcel the prior year.

"Click Here to Input Answers from Last Year’s INMP” for Irrigation Method, Irrigation Efficiency and Nitrogen Efficiency questions.  If the crop type is different for the same management unit from last year to this year, validation is triggered.

  • OUTREACH/TRAINING – Enter the education event “attended.” From in-person workshops to virtual webinars, if the event focuses on water quality, it counts. Watch the SVWQC video provided or visit our website:

  • 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) New: If your crop is Pasture-No Nitrogen applied, you do not have to complete this report. It will not show in the DMT for Pasture-No Nitrogen parcels/fields

  • Verify SECP – Sediment & Erosion Control Plan – If you acknowledged this last year, nothing needs to be done. The DMT has marked this page as COMPLETE. If not, you must read and acknowledged that you understand the requirements.​

  • MAPS AND REPORTS* – This section allows you to print farm maps and review your grower feedback reports.*Note: Grower  Nitrogen Feedback Reports for the 2022 Crop Year will be available to download by mid-December 2023.  If you are required to complete an INMP (which is everyone with the exception of Pasture- No Nitrogen), you must acknowledge that you are aware of your outlier status on the INMP certification page.

  • INMP-Irrigation and Nitrogen Management Plan-WORKSHEET – Pre-planning tool for 2024 crop year, it is kept on-farm and the worksheet must be completed annually. (Required for all 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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