The monitoring results have been non-detect from June 13 to June 25. Detections were observed up to June 13, with eight exceedances of the performance goal in the drains. Fortunately, the trace amounts found at the city drinking water intakes were below the laboratory maximum residue limit. We will conclude the thiobencarb monitoring on July 16.
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Mark your calendar for the California Rice Virtual Field Day, which will be held on August 26, from 1 pm to 3 pm.
Here’s a link to register. The registration fee is $20.
The UC Cooperative Extension and California Rice Research Station will provide the latest information on variety development, disease and arthropod management, weed control, weedy rice, and fertility.
Here are contacts for more information:
Logistics and Registration: Rachel Palmer, ANR Program Support Unit, 530-750-1361.
Course Content: Whitney Brim-DeForest, UC ANR County Director, Sutter and Yuba Counties and CE Rice and Wild Rice Advisor.