Water Quality Coalition
Irrigation Nitrogen Management Plan (INMP) Worksheets
INMP worksheets are required to be completed for each enrolled parcel annually by March 1st and kept onsite and does not get turned in to the Coalition. The INMP worksheet is a planning tool in which some of the information from the worksheet will be transferred into the DMT. For a copy of the worksheet, click here.
Dixon RCD, Solano RCD and USDA NRCS partnered together to bring you a video presentation to help guide you through the process. Click the play button to learn more about Nitrogen and Irrigation Management and how to complete the INMP worksheets.
A big THANK YOU to Wendy Rash (NRCS) and Amy King (SRCD) for their efforts in helping to create this invaluable tool for our growers! After watching the video, to take the quiz for the approved 1.0 CEUs for INMP/NMP self-certification training, click here. (If not yet posted on CURES website, check back soon!)
For parcel in high groundwater quality vulnerability areas, INMP Worksheets must be certified either by a qualified CCA or by a member/grower who has successfully completed the self-certification training. Certification of the plan is to be completed in the spring when the plan is first developed.
For a list of CCAs to certify your nitrogen plan, download the PDF.
Irrigation Nitrogen Management Plan Summary Reports (INMPSR)
Starting in crop year 2020, all parcels enrolled in the Coalition are required to complete INMPSRs. The report is submitted online to Dixon/Solano RCD Water Quality Coalition by February 15th for the prior crop year. Login to the DMT to complete your INMPSR before the deadline to avoid late fees.
Click here to go to the the Irrigated Lands Home page to log in to the DMT.
NOTE: Parcels groundwater vulnerability designations were updated in 2017.