Water Quality

Rice Commission’s Online Thiobencarb Stewardship Training Available

Rice Commission’s Online Thiobencarb Stewardship Training Available

The thiobencarb stewardship training video is recorded and available 24/7 in two locations.  

  1. You will see two options on calricenews.org website:

Thiobencarb CEU Course – Includes an exam for continuing education units (CEUs) following the recording and a certificate of completion.

Thiobencarb Certificate – Listen to recording and receive stewardship certificate once complete.

  1. Another option is the AgCEUOnline.com website:  

https://agceuonline.com/246/course/Mandatory-Thiobencarb-Stewardship-CERTIFICATE-ONLY-2021 Provides thiobencarb stewardship certificate with no Exam or CEUs.

https://agceuonline.com/245/course/Mandatory-Thiobencarb-Stewardship-2021 Provides CEUs only with no thiobencarb stewardship certificate. Use the verification of attendance if you need to present to the County Agricultural Commissioner Office. 

The quality of the video and optional exam is dependent on the connection from your device. These recordings will be available indefinitely through the planting season. 

Certificates – there are two: 

For participation in the stewardship: The certificate required at the County Agricultural Commissioner Office(s) where the rice is farmed.

Continuing education certificates are separate: The continuing education credit is available to all DPR  licensees, Private Applicators and certificate holders, including Certified Crop Advisers. We will work with the County Agricultural Commissioners on certification of growers choosing to take the CEU option by accepting the AgCEU verification of attendance.

Approved CEUs:

California Department of Pesticide Regulation (0.5 Laws & Regulations, 0.5 Aerial Pest Control Equipment & Application Technique, 0.5 Other)

Certified Crop Adviser (1 CEU Soil & Water Management, 0.5 CEU Crop Management)

For questions or more information, please contact CRC Industry Affairs Manager Roberta Firoved at rfiroved@calrice.org or (916) 206-5039.

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