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									Pest Management Template Instructions:
NOTE: Some worksheets are protected, but not with a password. They are primarily protected to avoid
overwritting formulas and formatting. To "protect" or "unprotect" a worksheet - CLICK on TOOLS, Protection,
and select Protect or Unprotect.

Spreadsheet Concept:
The spreadsheet is designed for the user to enter data and information about a clients pest management
program, record the concerns, and record the planned mitigation techniques. The spreadsheet then uses that
data to prepare the Plan Report.

The spreadsheet consists of six (10) different worksheets.
1. Instructions - Provides basic instructions to use the worksheet and understand it functions.
2. Planners Worksheet - This sheet that can be printed and used by the planner while meeting with the client
to record information and data about the clients pest management program. This sheet would then be used to
enter information in the Plan Data Entry section.
3. Plan Date Entry - This is the worksheet where the user enters all the data and information about the client,
pests, treatment options, pest resource concerns, and planned mitigation techniques.
4. Hazard Rating - This sheet uses the information from the Plan Data Entry worksheet to determine the
Pathway/Hazard Rating for each chemical used. The chemical listed is rated based on its Leaching, Solution
Runoff or Soil Absorption potential using the WIN-PST program. If using this sheet, you will not have to run
WIN-PST.
5. Plan Report - data and info that is entered in the Plan Data Entry worksheet populates the formatted Pest
Management Plan for the client.
6. Client Logsheet - The sheet serves as a storage location for all the plans that are developed. The client
saves all the data for each client and allows the user to use that data to repopulate the data entry sheets to
make additions or revisions.

NOTE: The following worksheets/tabs are reference tables only.
7-9. Herbicides, Insecticides, Protectents - These reference worksheets were developed to determine the
Pathway/Hazard Rating for a variety of chemicals using WIN-PST. The ratings, Very Low (VL) and Low (L) do
not require mitigation, however Intermediate (I), High (H) and eXtra High (X) require mitigation.
10. Data Sheet - provides the values used in the drop down menus in the "Plan Data Entry" worksheet.


Data Sheet Instructions:
Users can add to modify the choices for weeds, insects, diseases, mitigation techniques, and WIN-PST risks.
DO NOT put any entries in the first line (code 1). This line is left empty so the blank options is a choice. The
word "end" appears at the end of each list on the data sheet - DO NOT replace the work "end" or add items
blow "end". The drop down menus are only set to go as far as word "end". Items entered below the word
"end" will not appear as choices. MAKE SURE YOU SET ALL THE ENTRIES BEFORE YOU BEGIN TO PUT
TOGETHER PLANS FOR CLIENTS. IF CHANGES ARE MADE AFTER YOU BEGIN TO DEVELOP PLANS
INCORRECT ENTRIES WILL BE MADE IF THE DATA IS REPOPULATED INTO THE DATA ENTRY
WORKSHEET.

Plan Data Entry Instructions:
Click on the "Clear Entries Button" to clear all the entries if data is remaining from a previous client.
1. Enter the data in cells D2 to D15 as appropriate.
2. For lines 18 - 29 enter the farm, tract, and fields as appropriate for the types of sensitive areas in the
planning unit.

3. For cells C32 to C41 use the drop down menus to select the appropriate "Resource Concerns Identified".
Users must first run the Hazard Rating Section and choose the planned pesticides before performing data entry
in this section.

4. For cells E32 to E41 use the drop down menus to select mitigation techniques that apply to ALL PEST
MANAGEMENT OPTIONS. This will save the effort of repeating all the same mitigation techniques within the
plan later.

5. In cell C44 enter a short narrative describing the main pest management resource concerns that will be
helpful for the client. You can type in more than will appear in the box. The narrative is transferred to a larger
cell in the Plan Report.

Weed, Insect and Disease Pest Management
6. In cells C48 to C60 use the drop down menus to select the weeds being managed. Remember, you can add
additional weeds not listed here in the Data Sheet tab.

7. In cells C65 to C86 (shaded cells) enter the cultural, biological, or pesticide Pest Treatment Options for
Weeds e.g. Atrazine - Crop Rotation, etc.

8. In cells D65 to D86 (shaded cells) enter the crops that the pest treatment option applies to.

9. In cells E65 to E88 use the drop down boxes to select mitigation techniques (if needed). Up to three (3)
mitigation strategies can be selected for each treatment options.

10. In cells I65 to I88 enter the fields that the mitigation applies to. If it applies to all the fields enter ALL.

11. In cells J65 to J88 enter helpful comments for the client.

REPEAT - steps 6 thru 11 above for the insect and disease sections of the data entry worksheet.

12. In cell C173 enter a narrative summary of the plan for the client. This should contain summary information
about the pesticides used, resource concerns identified and proper mitigation techniques.

13. When you are satisfied with your data entries CLICK on the "Click to Add To Data Sheet" button. This will
transfer all the data for this client to the logsheet sheet for saving and future reference.

14. The Plan Report has been prepared for you. Click on the Plan Report worksheet. Click the printer icon to
print the report.

Client Logsheet Instructions:
To copy a stored plan data to the Plan Data Entry worksheet or update the plan do the following:

1. In the Client Logsheet tab HIGHLIGHT the entire column where the data resides that you wish to repopulate
into the Plan Data Entry worksheet. To do this click on the column letter e.g. "G" the entire column will be
highlighted/selected. With the column highlighted select EDIT then CUT. Again, make sure to click on the
LETTER COLUMN, do not highlight the entire column by dragging your cursor.

2. Move your curser to cell C1, Right Click and then click on EDIT, then PASTE. This will place all your data
for this client in Column "C".

3. Click on the "Click to Add Column "C" to Data Entry" button. This will run a macro that will transfer all this
data to the PLAN DATA ENTRY worksheet where you can then edit, modify, or update the plan.
Hazard Rating Instructions
The Hazard Rating worksheet was designed for user so that WIN-PST will not have to be calculated. The
calculations for WIN-PST for a variety of Herbicides, Insecticides and Protectants have been pre-run using
WIN-PST for the user based on common soil types for your area. The user simply needs to list the types of
Pesticides used on the farm by using the drop down boxes. This will yield the common name for the Pesticide,
the Active Ingredient, the common crops applied to and a Hazard Rating indicating the pathway for loss
through Leaching, Solution Runoff and Soil Adsorbed. The Ratings will be used in the Plan Data Entry
worksheet to list the appropriate mitigation techniques chosen (if any).

1. In cells B3 to B6 enter the Client Name, Date, TSP Business Name, Planner Name (if different), Resource
Concerns and Soil Type(s).

2. In cells A11 to A20 click in each row to produce a drop down menu. Use the drop down menus to select the
desired Herbicides. By selecting the desired Herbicide, the worksheet will automatically produce the Active
Ingredient along with the Hazard Rating.

3. To clear ALL Herbicides, simply click the Clear Herbicides box to the right of the screen. This will clear ALL
Herbicides. To clear only one Herbicide, simply click on the drop down menu, move your cursor to the top
where there is no listing and click. This will clear the Herbicide.

REPEAT - steps 2 and 3 above for the insect and disease sections of the Hazard Rating worksheet.

Note: If you need to clear the entire form, click the Clear Form box at the top right of the worksheet. This will
clear all data on form. If you would like to print form, simply click the Print Form box on the top right of the
worksheet. This will print the form.

The Hazard Rating Report will include ratings for Leaching Potential, Solution Runoff Potential, Adsorbed
Runoff Potential, and Human and Fish Hazard Ratings. Hazard Ratings are divided into five classes, as
follows:
1. X (Extra High);
2. H (High);
3. I (Intermediate);
4. L (Low);
5. VL (Very Low).

Hazard ratings of “Low” or “Very Low” do not require any additional action as long as pesticides are used
according to the label and meet quality criteria for Resource Management Systems (RMSs).
Hazard ratings of “Intermediate” or “High” require mitigation measures to meet quality criteria for an RMS.
“High” ratings warrant more extensive mitigation measures than “Intermediate” ratings. Mitigation measures
may not be effective for “Extra High” hazard ratings if resources are highly sensitive or a high degree of
resource protection is desired. In these cases, an alternate method of pest control or an efficacious,
economically acceptable pesticide with a lower risk may be required to meet quality criteria for an RMS.

Note: If Pesticide is NOT listed under Hazard Rating, check the active ingredient of the pesticide. If the
Pesticide you are using contains the same active ingredient, simply use that rating. If you do not know the
active ingredient of the pesticide you are using, go to the following website
http://www.cdms.net/manuf/manuf.asp. to locate the pesticide active ingredient. If the Pesticide you are using
contains several active ingredients listed in the Hazard Rating, choose mitigation techniques for worst case
scenario.
Mitigation Techniques
A complete list of Mitigation Techniques can be found in the Plan Data Entry worksheet which contained in the
drop down menus for Weed, Insect and Disease Management. A list is also available in the Data Sheet
reference tab and the Planners Worksheet. For each mitigation technique, each list provides a rating for its
relative effectiveness by pesticide loss pathway, and describes the technique‟s functions.

If you find a pesticide(s) has a medium or high risk for the identified resource concern you must mitigate. That
simply means what conservation practices can a farmer implement to reduce risk.

Once you have identified the resource concerns from the Hazard Rating Sheet, go to the Plan Data Entry sheet
and list the mitigation choice(s) for Weed, Insect and Disease Pest Management. There are drop down
menu's provided with a list of all mitigation techniques. IMPORTANT: If you have a low risk (L) choose; no
mitigation needed, intermediate risk (I) - choose a minimum of two practices to mitigate, and high risk (H) -
choose a minimum of three practices to mitigate.

Note: Pest Management (595) requires environmental risk evaluation and appropriate mitigation for all
identified resource concerns. The mitigation table identifies management techniques and conservation
practices that have the potential to mitigate pesticide impacts on water quality. Not all techniques will be
applicable to a given situation. Relative effectiveness ratings by pesticide loss pathway are “no effect” (blank),
“slight effect” (+/-), “moderate effect” (++/--), and “significant effect” (+++/---). The table also identifies how the
techniques function. Effectiveness of any mitigation technique can be highly variable based on site conditions
and how it is designed. Therefore, with guidance provided by the table, site-specific selection and design of
mitigation techniques that are appropriate for identified resource concerns is left to the professional judgment of
the TSP or Crop Consultant.
Information to be submitted by TSP or Certified Crop Consultant

To Producer or Client:
Year 1
1. Both Producer and TSP/Consultants sign Maryland Pest Management Checklist. Producer receives copy.
2. Pest Management Plan Report
3. Pest Management Hazard Rating Report
4. PM Plan Map
5. PM Soils Map
6. PM Record Keeping Form
7. Scouting Reports (throughout season)

Years 2 and 3
If Plan does not need to be updated:
1. Both Producer and TSP sign MD PM Annual Implementation Checklist. Producer receives copy.
2. Scouting reports (throughout season)

If Plan needs to be updated:
All information from Year 1 list which applies.


To NRCS Field Office: Submitted by start of each season
Year 1 - One copy of each of the following:
1. Signed Maryland Pest Management Checklist.
2. Pest Management Plan Report
3. Hazard Rating Report
4. Copy of PM Plan Map
5. Copy of PM Soil Map
6. Example of Scouting Reports
7. Invoice from TSP

Years 2 and 3
If Plan does not need to be updated:
1. Signed MD PM Annual Implementation Checklist. Producer receives copy.
2. Completed PM Records
3. Invoice from TSP

If Plan needs to be updated:
All information from Year 1 list which applies.


NOTE: Submittal information to the NRCS Field Office is at the discretion of the
District Conservationist. Please check with the County DC before submitting plan
information.
                                                Pest Management Planning Worksheet
                         Plan Date                            Client Name:
                    Client Address                                               City              State/Zip
                         Phone #1
                         Phone #2                               Planning Unit Farm #
                                                                          Tract(s) #
              Pest Mgt Specialist                                              Fields
                                                                            Rotation
                                                                        Other Crops

   Location & Type of Sensitive Areas                Farm #     Tract #s                Field #s
          Proximity to perennial water bodies
               Proximity to surface inlets
              Areas of concentrated flow
            Shallow depths to ground water
                 Coarse textured soils
            Working and abandoned wells
                       Sinkholes
       Surrounding land uses including neighbors
    Public Water Supply Wellhead Protection Area
    Surface Water Drinking Reservoir Watershed
    Areas prone to flooding, leaching, and runoff.




        Environmental Risks Per WIN-PST Hazard Rating                        Yes
  Risk to Humans in Solution Runoff
  Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard in Solution Runoff
  Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard in Solution Runoff
  Risk to Humans via Leaching to Groundwater
  Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard via Leaching to Groundwater
  Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard via Leaching to Groundwater
  Risk to Humans in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
  Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
  Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
  Pesticide Drift to Non-Target Areas
  Pesticide Leaching Potential
  Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential
  Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential

             Indentify mitigation techniques that will apply to all pest treatment options on this planning unit
  1
  2
  3
  4
  5
  6
  7
  8
  9
  10

                                             Summarize Key Concerns and Risks From WIN-PST




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            ID Weeds              Yes       ID Insect Pests           Yes            Plant Disease Table                   Yes
  Barnyardgrass;                         Alfalfa Weevil;                     Corn - Corn Leaf Blight;
  Black Nightshade;                      Army Worm;                          Corn - Stewarts Bacterial Leaf Blight;
  Canada Thistle;                        Bean Leaf Beetle;                   Corn - Anthracnose Leaf Blight;
  Chickweed;                             Black Cutworm;                      Corn - Anthracnose Stalk Rot;
  Cocklebur;                             Cereal Aphids;                      Corn - Grey Leaf Spot;
  Common Ragweed;                        Cereal Leaf Beetle;                 Corn - Corn Leaf Spot;
  Dandelion;                             Common Armyworm;                    Corn - Common Rust;
  Fall Panicum;                          Corn Leaf Aphid;                    Corn - Gibberella Ear & Stalk Rot;
  Giant Foxtail;                         Grass Hoppers;                      Pythium / Fusarium;
  Giant Ragweed;                         Green Pea Aphid;                    Phytophthora;
  Green/Yellow Foxtail;                  Hessian Fly;                        Sb - Rhizoctonia;
  Hemp Dogbane;                          Japanese Beetle;                    Sb - Bacterial Leaf Blight;
  Horseweed;                             Mexican Bean Beetle                 Sb - Sclerotinia Stem Rot (White Mold);
  Ivyleaf Morningglory;                  Potato Leafhopper;                  Sb - Soybean Cyst Nematode;
  Jimsonweed;                            Rootworm;                           Sb - Brown Stem Rot;
  Johnsongrass;                          Seed Corn Maggot;                   Wh - Powdery Mildew;
  Lambsquarters;                         Slugs;                              Wh - Septoria Tritici Leaf Blotch;
  Large Crabgrass;                       Stalk Borer;                        Wh - Sept.Nodorum Leaf&Glume Blotch
  Milkweed;                              Two Spotted Spider Mite;            Wh - Leaf Rust;
  Pigweed;                               Wireworm;                           Wh - Head Scab;
  Pokeweed;                              Other Insects                       Wh - Yellow Mosaic;
  Prickly Lettuce;                                                           Wh - BarleyYellow Dwarf;
  Quackgrass;                                                                Wh - Take All Root Rot;
  Shattercane;                                                               Alfalfa - Sclerotinia Crown & Stem Rot
  Sheperd's Purse;                                                           Alfalfa - Anthracnose
  Smartweed;                                                                 Other Diseases
  Smooth Crabgrass;
  Tall Morningglory;
  Velvetleaf;
  Wild Carrot/Queen Anns Lace
  Wild Mustard;
  Wirestem Muhly;
  Witchgrass;




       Herbicides Used          For Crops Insecticides Used         For Crops Disease Pesticides                  For Crops




     Cultural Methods Used                  Cultural Methods                    Cultural Methods




       Biological Methods                 Biological Methods                   Biological Methods




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                                           Weed Mitigation Notes
  Treatment Option Description For Crops    Planned Mitigation Notes    Fields   Comment Notes
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                                           Insect Mitigation Notes
  Treatment Option Description For Crops     Planned Mitigation Notes   Fields   Comment Notes
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                                            Disease Mitigation Notes
  Treatment Option Description For Crops       Planned Mitigation Notes   Fields   Comment Notes
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                                           Pest Management Summary




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                                                                                                                      Pesticide Loss Pathways
                                              Mitigation Table                                                                Solution     Adsorbed
                                                                                                                   Leaching   Runoff       Runoff

  Application Timing - Reduces exposure potential - application must be delayed when significant rainfall
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  events are forecast, application when conditions are optimal reduces pesticide application

  Formulations/Adjuvants -Reduces exposure potential - formulations and/or adjuvants that increase efficacy
                                                                                                                       ++          ++           +
  to allow lower application rates
  Lower Application Rates - Reduces exposure potential - use lowest effective rate                                     +++        +++          +++
  Partial Substitution - Reduces hazard potential - use alternative pesticides with lower environmental risk
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  when available.
  Partial Treatment - Reduces exposure potential - spot treatment, banding and directed spraying to reduce
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  amount of pesticide applied
  Scouting and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Thresholds - Reduces exposure potential - reduced
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  pesticide application
  Set-backs - Reduces exposure potential - increased distance between the application area and surface
                                                                                                                        +           +           +
  water reduces drift and inadvertent direct application to surface water
  Soil Incorporation – mechanical - Reduces exposure potential for surface losses, but increases exposure
                                                                                                                        -         +++          +++
  potential for leaching losses
  Agrichemical Mixing Center - Reduces the potential for point source contamination                                    +++        +++          +++
  Brush Management (314) - Using non-chemical brush control reduces the need for pesticides                            +++        +++          +++
  Conservation Cover (327) - Retiring land from annual crop production often reduces the need for pesticides
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  and builds organic matter

  Contour Buffer Strips (332) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion                                                       ++          ++
  Constructed Wetland (656) - Captures and degrades pesticide residues                                                  +           +          ++
  Conservation Crop Rotation (328) - Reduces the need for pesticides by breaking pest lifecycles                       ++          ++          ++
  Contour Farming (330) - Increases infiltration                                                                        -          ++          ++
  Diversion (362)                                                                                                       +          +           ++
  Cover Crop (340) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter                            ++          ++          ++
  Forage Harvest Management (511)                                                                                      ++          ++          ++
  Forest Stand Improvement (666)                                                                                       ++          ++          ++
  Field Border (386) - Increases infiltration/traps adsorbed pesticides, more distance between the target area
                                                                                                                       na           +          ++
  & surface water to reduce drift & inadvertent direct application to surface water.
  Filter Strip (393) - Increases infiltration & traps adsorbed pesticides, increases distance between the target
                                                                                                                       na          ++          +++
  area & surface water to reduce drift & inadvertent direct application to surface water.

  Nutrient Management (590) - Promotes healthy plants, which can better tolerate pests.                                ++          ++          ++
  Grassed Waterway (412) - Increases infiltration and traps adsorbed pesticides (should be applied with Filter
                                                                                                                       na           +          ++
  Strips at the outlet and on each side of the waterway)
  Pasture and Hay Planting (512) - Retiring land from annual crop production often reduces the need for
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  pesticides, builds organic matter
  Prescribed Burning (338) - Reduces the need for pesticides                                                           +++        +++          +++
  Prescribed Grazing (528A) - Improves plant health and reduces the need for pesticides                                +++        +++          +++

  Residue Management, (329A,B,C) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter               +          ++          +++

  Residue Management, Seasonal (344) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion and builds organic
                                                                                                                        +           +           +
  matter
  Riparian Forest Buffer (391) - Increases infiltration, traps sediment and builds organic matter                       +         +++          +++

  Riparian Herbaceous Cover (390) - Increases infiltration, traps sediment and builds organic matter                    +          ++          ++

  Sediment Basin (350)                                                                                                                         ++

  Structure for Water Control (587)                                                                                                ++         +++

  Stripcropping (585)                                                                                                              +           +
  Subsurface Drainage (606) *Note Avoid Direct Outlets to Surface Water - Increases surface infiltration and
                                                                                                                        +          ++          ++
  aerobic pesticide degradation in the rootzone
  Tree and Shrub Establishment (612) - Retiring land from annual crop production reduces the need for
                                                                                                                       +++        +++          +++
  pesticides and builds organic matter

  Waste Storage Facility (313)                                                                                          +          ++          ++

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  Waste Treatment Lagoon (359)                                                                                      +++        +++

  Water and Sediment Control Basin (638) - Captures and degrades pesticide residues, increases infiltration    _    ++         +++

  Well Decommissioning (351) - Eliminates point source contamination                                          +++   na          na
  Wetland Creation (Ac.) (658) - Captures and degrades pesticide residues                                     +      +          +
  Wetland Enhancement (Ac.) (659) - Captures and degrades pesticide residues                                  +      +          +
  Wetland Restoration (Ac.) (657) - Captures and degrades pesticide residues                                  +      +          +




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                       Maryland WinPST Risk Hazard Ratings
Client Name                                                                    Date:

Certified Planner or                                                    Planner
TSP Business Name                                                       Name

Resource Concerns
Soils

        Herbicides Summary                                              Pathway / Hazard Rating




                                               op
          Soil Pesticide Assessment                          Leaching             Solution Runoff       Soil Adsorbed




                                              Cr
        Product          Active Ingredients           Loss    Human     Fish   Loss    Human   Fish   Loss   Human   Fish




              Insecticides                                              Pathway / Hazard Rating
                                               op




                                                             Leaching             Solution Runoff       Soil Adsorbed
                                              Cr




        Product          Active Ingredients           Loss    Human     Fish   Loss    Human   Fish   Loss   Human   Fish




              Protectants                                               Pathway / Hazard Rating
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                                                             Leaching             Solution Runoff       Soil Adsorbed
                                              Cr




        Product          Active Ingredients           Loss    Human     Fish   Loss    Human   Fish   Loss   Human   Fish
                              Plan Date                                                                      Complete the "light green" shaded cells and the
                           Client Name:                                                                      drop down boxes as needed. Next, complete
                         Client Address                                                                      the Hazard Rating Summary.
                                     City
                                  State
                                                                                                             The plan is prepared in the "Plan Report"
                               Zip Code                                                                      worksheet.
                               Phone #1
                               Phone #2
   Certified Pest Management Specialist
               Planning Unit Farm Name
                               Tract(s) #
                                  Fields
                          Crop Rotation
                            Other Crops


Location & Type of Sensitive Areas               Farm Name         Tract #s                       Field #s
Proximity to perennial water bodies
Proximity to surface inlets
Areas of concentrated flow
Shallow depths to ground water
Coarse textured soils
Working and abandoned wells
Sinkholes
Surrounding land uses including neighbors
Public Water Supply Wellhead Protection Area
Surface Water Drinking Reservoir Watershed
Areas prone to flooding, leaching, and runoff.




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                                                                                                                        Adsorbe
                                                                                                             Solution
                                                                                                   Leachin
                                                                   Mitigation Techniques that




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       Resource Concerns Identified                                Apply to All Pest Treatment

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Farm Narrative and Farm Risk Summary                                   Type in a Narrative of the Farm
                                                                       operation and a summary of the key
                                                                       concerns and risk of the pest
                                                                       management plan. Cell C44.




            Weeds to be Managed
                                                             Select the weeds to be managed.

                                                             If there are more weeds than the choices on
                                                             the right permit you can either select the most
                                                             important weeds, or add those weeds in your
                                                             pest management summary.
If it applies to all fields - type   If this is only used for
in All.                              specific pests, or only
                                     used under special
If it only applies to certain        conditions - identify
fields - identify those fields.      those conditions.
                                                                              Weed Pest Management




                                                                                                         Leaching
Option #




                                                                                                                               d Runoff
                                                                                                                               Adsorbe
                                                                                                                    Solution
           Treatment Description (List the specific                                                                                       Applies to All




                                                                                                                    Runoff
                                                                                                                                                           Comments (specific pests
           chemical, biological, or cultural method   For Crop(s)          Mitigation Techniques                                          Fields Unless
                                                                                                                                                              or management)
                        of treatment)                                                                                                      Noted Here


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                  Insects to be Managed
                                                                    Select the insects to be managed.

                                                                    If there are more insects than the choices on
                                                                    the right permit you can either select the most
                                                                    important insects, or add those insects in your
                                                                    pest management summary.



                                                                                                                     If it applies to all fields - type    If this is only used for
                                                                                                                     in All.                               specific pests, or only
                                                                                                                                                           used under special
                                                                                                                     If it only applies to certain         conditions - identify
                                                                                                                     fields - identify those fields.       those conditions.
                                                                           Insect Pest Management
Option #




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                                                                                                                         Adsorbe
                                                                                                              Solution
                                                                                                    Leachin
           Treatment Description (List the specific                                                                                 Applies to All




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           chemical, biological, or cultural method   For Crop(s)       Mitigation Techniques                                       Fields Unless




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                        of treatment)                                                                                                Noted Here


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           Plant/Soil Diseases to be Managed
                                                             Select the diseases to be managed.

                                                             If there are more diseases than the choices on
                                                             the right permit you can either select the most
                                                             important diseases, or add those diseases in
                                                             your pest management summary.



                                                                                                                   If it applies to all fields - type     If this is only used for
                                                                                                                   in All.                                specific pests, or only
                                                                                                                                                          used under special
                                                                                                                   If it only applies to certain          conditions - identify
                                                                                                                   fields - identify those fields.        those conditions.
                                                                    Plant/Soil Disease Pest Management
Option #




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                                                                                                        Solution
                                                                                              Leachin
           Treatment Description (List the specific                                                                           Applies to All




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           chemical, biological, or cultural method   For Crop(s)     Mitigation Techniques                                   Fields Unless




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                        of treatment)                                                                                          Noted Here


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               Pest Management Summary
                  Pest Management Plan
                   Farm Name: 0
                        Tract: 0
                       Fields: 0

     Definition:
     Pest management is utilizing environmentally sensitive prevention, avoidance,
     monitoring, and suppression strategies, to manage weeds, insects, diseases,
     animals and other organisms that directly or indirectly cause damage or
     annoyance.


                                           For:
                                            0
                                            0
                                              0              0         0
                      Phone #1                 0                                                          Integrated Pest Management
                      Phone #2                 0
                       Plan Date:           0-Jan-00                                                           Purposes:
                                                                                                               Pest management is applied as part of a
                                                                                                               system of practices to address the soil,
                                                                                                               water, air, plant, and animal resources on
   Technical Service Provider or Certified Pest Management Specialist                                          the farm. Pest management is intended to
   As an Approved Technical Service Provider or Pest Management Specialist, I certify that I have              (1) enhance the quanity and quality of
   reviewed this Pest Management Component of your Conservation Plan for technical adequacy                    agricultural commodities; (2) minimize the
   and it meets the requirements of the Maryland NRCS Pest Management Conservation Practice                    negative impacts of pest control on the
   Standard (595).                                                                                             soil, water, air, plant, animal, and human
                                                                                                               resources; and (3) to control undesirable
   Signature__________________________________________ Date:____________                                       insects, nematodes, disease, nuisance
                                                                                                               wildlife or weeds (including noxious weeds
                                                                                                               and invasive plants.

   Owner/Operator
   As the owner/operator of this land unit, I certify that I, as the decision maker, have been involved
   in the planning process and agree the items/practices listed are needed. I understand that I am            Contents:
   responsible for keeping all the necessary records associated with the implementation of this               This plan identifies the resource
   Pest Management Component of my Conservation Plan. It is my intent to implement this Pest                  concerns, the risks of your pest
   Management Component of my Conservation Plan in a timely manner.                                           management on this planning unit, the
                                                                                                              planned pest treatment options, and
   Signature: _________________________________________ Date:_________                                        mitigation techniques to minimize risks
                                                                                                              and environmental hazards to humans,
                                                                                                              surface water, and groundwater.



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   General Criteria regarding your Pest Management Plan:
   1. Follow the attached Pest Management Component of the overall                                   Crop Rotation(s):   0
   Conservation Plan.                                                                                          Farm #    0
   2. Methods of pest management must comply with Federal, State, and local                                   Tract #    0
   regulations.                                                                                              Fields #    0
   3. Utilize IPM that strives to balance economics, efficacy, and environmental
   risks.                                                                                     Risk Analysis Tools:
   4. Implement mitigation techniques as planned to address the environmental                 The WIN-PST software program was used to determine the first tier risk
   risks of pest management activities. Mitigation techniques include                         associated with the combination of soils and pesticides being used.
   conservation practices like a filter strip or conservation crop rotation, and
   management techniques like application method and timing. Appropriate                      The Revised Universal Soil Loss Equation ver. 2 (RUSLE2) was used
   mitigation techniques have been incorporated into this plan.                               to assess soil loss and the associated sediment and adsorbed pesticides.
   5. All methods of pest management must be integrated with other
   components of the conservation plan.                                                       Knowledge of the principles of Intergrated Pest Management (IPM) was
   6. Pay special attention to all environmental hazards and site-specific                    used to access risk of other cultural and biological methods of pest
   application criteria listed on pesticide labels and contained in Extension and             management.
   Crop Consultant recommendations.




   Location & Type of Sensitive Areas               Farm Name   Tract #s   Field #s                                  Resource Concerns Identified
   Proximity to perennial water bodies                  0          0           0
   Proximity to surface inlets                          0          0           0
   Areas of concentrated flow                           0          0           0
   Shallow depths to ground water                       0          0           0
   Coarse textured soils                                0          0           0
   Working and abandoned wells                          0          0           0
   Sinkholes                                            0          0           0
   Surrounding land uses including neighbors            0          0           0
   Public Water Supply Wellhead Protection Area         0          0           0
   Surface Water Drinking Reservoir Watershed           0          0           0
   Areas prone to flooding, leaching, and runoff.       0          0           0                                                  0




   Farm Narrative and Farm Risk Summary




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                                                                                                                       Adsorbed
                                                                                                 Leaching

                                                                                                            Solution
                                Mitigation Techniques that Apply to All Pest Treatment Options




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    Management
     Summary




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                                                             Weed Management Component
                                                         Mitigation Techniques           General Mitigation
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     Option #
                                                                                           Effectiveness
                Treatment                                                                                                  All Fields




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                                                    Mitigation Techniques             General Mitigation
                                                                                                                         Applies to

     Option #
                                                                                        Effectiveness
                Treatment                                                                                                All Fields




                                                                                       Leaching




                                                                                                             d Runoff
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                              For Crops    Target                                                                                     Comments




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                                                       Disease Management Component
                                                     Mitigation Techniques            General Mitigation
                                                                                        Effectiveness

     Option #
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   EMERGENCY CONTACTS:                                                                                          EMERGENCY SPILLS:
   For individuals exposed to chemicals the following are the telephone numbers for                             1. Fires, spills or other incidents of pesticide release to the environment
   emergency treatment centers and the telephone number for the nearest poison                                  must be reported immediately to the Maryland Department of the
   control center.                                                                                              Environment (MDE), Emergency Response at: 1-866-633-4686 or 1-
                                                                                                                866 MDE-GOTO (24 hours a day, 7 days a week)
   1. Maryland Poison Control Center 1-800-222-1222
   2. Maryland Department of Agriculture (Pesticide Section), 410-841-2721                                      2. Fires, spills or other incidents of pesticide release to the environment
   3. Delaware Department of Agriculture (Pesticide Section), 302-698-4570                                      can also be reported immediately to the State of Maryland Department
   4. CHEMTREC Emergency Hotline, 1-800-424-9300                                                                of Agriculture: 1-410-841-5710 or 1-800-492-5590 (8:00 AM to 4:30 PM
   5. Local Police/Fire 911                                                                                     - Monday through Friday)
   6. National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC), 1-800-858-7387, Monday -
   Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Pacific Time                                                                  3. The 24-hour CHEMTRAC telephone number for emergency
                                                                                                                assistance is: 1-800-424-9300




   INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND CONTROL STRATEGIES:

   1. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) – A sustainable approach to pest control that combines the use of Prevention, Avoidance, Monitoring, and Suppression strategies (PAMS), to maintain
   pest populations below economically damaging levels, to minimize pest resistance, and to minimize harmful effects of pest con trol on human health and environmental resources. IPM
   suppression systems include biological controls, cultural controls, and the judicious use of chemical controls.

   2. Prevention – Preventing pest populations (e.g., using pest-free seeds and transplants, cleaning tillage and harvesting equipment between fields, etc.). Prevention is the „P‟ in the PAMS
   approach to IPM.

   3. Avoidance – Avoiding pest impacts (e.g., using pest-resistant varieties, crop rotation, trap crops, etc.). Avoidance is the “A” in the Prevention, Avoidance, Monitoring, and Suppression
   (PAMS) approach to IPM.

   4. Monitoring – Identifying the extent of pest populations and/or the probability of future populations (e.g., pest scouting, soil testing, weather forecasting, etc.). Monitoring is the “M” in the
   PAMS approach to IPM.

   5. Suppression – Suppressing a pest population or its impacts using cultural, biological, or chemical pest controls. Suppression is the “S” in the PAMS approach to IPM.

   6. Biological Pest Control – The process of conserving, augmenting, or introducing beneficial living organisms to reduce a pest population or its impacts. It includes the use of insects,
   nematodes, mites, plant pathogens, plants, vertebrates, and other living organisms.

   7. Chemical Pest Control – The use of pesticides such as herbicides, insecticides, or fungicides to reduce a pest population or its impacts.

   8. Cultural Pest Control – The use of farming practices other than chemical and biological controls to reduce a pest population or its impacts. Cultural controls include such techniques as
   rotating crops, using pest-free seed and transplants, using pest-resistant varieties, using good sanitation practices, burning, and all forms of mechanical pest control.




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    USE PESTICIDES SAFELY                                                                                                DISPOSAL OF PESTICIDE CONTAINERS
    1. Check the label - Be sure the pest you need to control is listed on the label.                                    Pesticides (herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, etc.) are designed to be
    2. Buy only enough pesticide for one or, at most, two years. Pesticides stored longer may degrade and                toxic. Improper disposal of pesticides or their containers can lead to
    become less active.                                                                                                  environmental contamination and may incur both civil and criminal
    3. Always wear long trousers,a long-sleeved shirt,socks,and shoes when applying any pesticide.Other                  penalties. There is usually no safe and legal way to dispose of leftover
    protective equipment,such as a respirator, goggles,impermeable gloves and boots maybe necessary or                   pesticide; all of the chemical must be used up on registered sites or
    desirable for extra protection.                                                                                      crops according to directions on the label. The Environmental Protection
    4. Do not wear leather shoes,boots,or gloves while handling pesticides. Leather absorbs pesticides and               Agency (EPA) has accepted certain procedures, outlined below, which
    cannot be decontaminated easily.                                                                                     are designed to remove as much residue from the container as
    5. Take care to avoid pesticides coming into contact with your eyes,mouth,or skin.                                   possible. Only after following these procedures may pesticide
    6. Wash yourhands with soap and water immediately after applying a pesticide. Showeras soon as                       containers be deposited in a licensed sanitary landfill.
    possible.
    7. Stand upwind while mixing and applying pesticides.                                                                Containers of Liquid Formulations
    8. Unless the label specifically allows such use,never applya pesticide where it could contact water                 1. Triple rinse the container immediately after emptying it into the spray
    sources,and avoid applying to bare ground.                                                                           tank:
    9. Never apply a pesticide at a higher rate than the label directs.                                                     Fill the container 1/4 full with the proper diluent (usually water or
    10. Wash all clothing worn during mixing and application separately from household laundry. Use a heavy              oil). Replace the closure or plug the opening. Rotate the container. Add
    duty detergent and hot water. Dry the clothes in a hot dryer or outside in the sun.                                  rinsate to the spray tank. Repeat this procedure 2 more times
    11. Store pesticides only in their original containers. Keep them away from food, feed,seed,and fertilizers          2. Puncture the top and bottom of the container to prevent its reuse.
    in a locked building or cabinet.                                                                                     3. Deposit the empty container in a licensed sanitary landfill.
    12. Dispose ofempty pesticide containers in accordance with label directions and state and local
    requirements. See Disposal of Pesticide Containers                                                                   Containers of Dry Formulations
                                                                                                                         1. Empty the contents into the tank, shaking the container to remove as
                                                                                                                         much residue as possible. Take care not to inhale any dust.
                                                                                                                         2. Open both ends of the container to help remove residue and to
                                                                                                                         prevent reuse.
                                                                                                                         3. Deposit the empty container in a licensed sanitary landfill.




   HOW TO READ A PESTICIDE LABEL
   Every pesticide (herbicide,insecticide,fungicide, etc.) is required to bear a label that conforms to standards set by the U.S .Environmental Protection Agency(EPA). The label provides very
   important information which should be read before purchase of the pesticide,before use, and before storage or disposal.
      Parts of the Label
   1. Brand Name - The brand or trade name is the one used in advertisements and by company sales people. The brand name appears plainly on the front panel of the label.
   2. Ingredient Statement - A list of active ingredients (the chemicals that control the pests) and inert ingredients (added to make the pesticide safer to handle, to increase its
   effctiveness, to make it easier to mix, measure,and apply,or to make it more convenient to handle).
   3. EPA Registration numbers - The EPA registration number (for example,EPA Reg.No.3120280-AA) indicates that the pesticide label has been approved byEPA.
   4. Type of Formulation - The front panel of most pesticide labels will tell what kind of formulation the product is. For exampl e:
              a. Emulsifable Concentrates (E or EC) - usuallycontain a liquid active ingredient, one or more petroleum-based solvents, and an agent that allows the formulation to be mixed with
   water to form an emulsion.
              b. Solutions (S) - dissolve readily in a liquid solvent. When mixed with the solvent, they form a solution that will not readily settle out.
              c. Flowables (F or FL) - are liquid formulations consisting of a finely ground active ingredient suspended in a liquid.
   5. Classification - EPA categorizes every use of every pesticide as either general or restricted use. A pesticide is classified for restricted use if it could cause harm to humans or to the
   environment even when used according to label directions. General use pesticides have no designation on the product label and maybe purchased and applied by anyone.
   6. Hazards to Humans and the Environment - A signal word DANGER, WARNING,or CAUTION must appear in large letters on the front panel of the pesticide label. It indicates how acutely
   toxic the product is to humans. DANGER - This word indicates that the pesticide is highly toxic. POISON - All highly toxic pesticides that are very likely to cause acute illness through oral,
   dermal, orinhalation exposure also will cary the word POISON printed in red, and the skull and crossbones symbol. W ARNING - This word signifies that the product is moderately likely to
   cause acute illness from oral, dermal, orinhalation exposure. CAUTION - This word signifies that the product is slightly toxic or relatively nontoxic.
   7. Hazards to humans - The labeling will contain statements that indicate which route of entry (mouth, skin, eyes, lungs) must p articularly be protected and what specific actions should be
   taken to avoid acute effects from exposure to the pesticide.
   8. Directions for use - All directions for use must be followed, including directions concerning safety, mixing, diluting, stor age, and disposal. These directions are not advice, they are
   requirements.




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      Operation, Maintenance, Safety                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ANALYSIS OF PLANNED PESTICIDES
      1. Review and update the plan periodically in order to incorporate new IPM technology, respond to              The Windows Pesticide Screening Tool (WIN-PST) - a first level
      cropping system and pest complex changes, and avoid the development of pest resistance.                        screening tool - was used to develop the soil/pesticide environmental
      2. Maintain mitigation techniques identified in the plan in order to ensure continued effectiveness.           risk ratings for your fields and pesticides. WIN-PST qualitatively
      3. Follow label requirements for mixing/loading setbacks from wells, intermittent streams and rivers,          evaluates the potential for pesticides to be transported by water from
      natural or impounded ponds and lakes, or reservoirs plus any State or local regulations that may be more       the area of application and adversely affect non-target organisms. WIN-
      restrictive.                                                                                                   PST considers the influence of climate, irrigation, residue management,
      4. Post signs according to label directions and/or Federal, State, and local laws around sites that have       and pesticide application method and rate class on the potential for
      been treated. Follow restricted entry intervals.                                                               pesticide leaching below the root zone and runoff beyond the edge of
      5. Dispose of pesticides and pesticide containers in accordance with label directions and adhere to            the field. It also incorporates long-term pesticide toxicity to humans and
      Federal, State, and local regulations.                                                                         aquatic life in its overall risk ratings of “Extra High,” “High,”
      6. Read and follow label directions and maintain appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).               “Intermediate,” “Low,” or “Very Low.”
      7. Calibrate application equipment according to Extension and/or manufacturer recommendations before
      each seasonal use and with each major chemical change.                                                         When a pest management alternative has significant potential to
      8. Replace worn nozzle tips, cracked hoses, and faulty gauges.                                                 negatively impact natural resource concerns identified in the
      9. Maintain records of all pest management for at least two years. Pesticide application records shall be in   conservation planning process, (e.g., WIN-PST "Extra High", “High” or
      accordance with USDA Agricultural Marketing Service's Pesticide Record Keeping Program and state               “Intermediate” soil/pesticide human hazard ratings in the drainage area
      specific requirements. For restricted use pesticides maintain the following records:                           of a drinking water reservoir), an appropriate set of mitigation
         a. The name and certification number of the certified applicator.                                           techniques must be put in place to reduce the risk to the equivalent of a
         b. The pesticide product name and EPA registration number.                                                  "Low" or "Very Low" hazard rating. "Extra High" hazard ratings may not
         c. The total amount applied and the rate of application.                                                    be sufficiently mitigated even with all available mitigation techniques, so
         d. The date of application and location.                                                                    pest management alternatives with an "Extra High" hazard rating for an
         e. The crop treated and the type of application equipment.                                                  identified resource concern are not included in a conservation plan
         f. The description of the weather conditions.                                                               unless there are no lower risk alternatives that are efficacious and
         g. Make records available to Maryland Department of Agriculture representatives upon request.               economically feasible.
      10. Mix chemicals down gradient and a minimum of 100 feet from a well and a minimum of 300 feet from a
      surface water body.




     The SOIL / PESTICIDE RATINGS ARE ATTACHED TO THIS PLAN.                                                         SPISP II - Ratings:
     Legend for the ratings and abbreviations are used in the WIN-PST (SOIL / PESTICIDE RATINGS) report:               ILP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Leaching Potential
     X -- eXtra high – hazard to the identified resource concern – last resort option with extensive mitigation.       ISRP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Solution Runoff Potential
     H -- High - hazard to the identified resource concern – extensive mitigation required.                            IARP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Adsorbed Runoff Potential
     I -- Intermediate - hazard to the identified resource concern – moderate mitigation required.
     L -- Low - hazard to the identified resource concern - no mitigation required.
     V -- Very low - very low hazard to the identified resource concern - no mitigation required


     Conditions that affect ratings:                                                                                 Attachments:
     (none) -- Broadcast application (default); applied to more than 1/2 the field                                   - Soils Map
        b -- Banded application; applied to 1/2 the field or less                                                    - Plan/Sensitive Area Map
     (none) -- Surface applied (default); applied to the soil surface                                                - Pest Management Record Form
        i -- Soil incorporated; with light tillage or irrigation                                                     - Soil / Pesticide Interaction Loss Potential and Hazard Ratings Report
        f -- Foliar application; directed spray at nearly full crop/weed canopy
     (none) -- Standard application rate (default); greater than 1/4 lb/acre
        l -- Low rate of application; 1/10 to 1/4 lb/acre
      <ul> -- Ultra Low rate of application; 1/10 lb/acre or less
        m -- There are macropores in the surface horizon deeper than 24"
        w -- The high water table comes within 24" of the surface during the growing season
        s -- The field slope is greater than 15%
        r -- Residue management
      <hl> -- High probability of rain, Low efficiency irrigation
      <lh> -- Low probability of rain, High efficiency irrigation
      <ln> -- Low probability of rain, No irrigation




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                         Pesticide Application Records - Maintain records on the form below or use your own system of recordkeeping

   Establishment/Farm Name: _________________________________________                    Owner Name: _________________________________

   Farm Address: __________________________________________________     Applicator Name: _________________________________     Cert. #: _________
                                                                                                                                    Product Name/EPA Registration
     Field # (s)    Date Applic.       Crop Treated                Target Pest               Weather Conditions     Rate per Acre
                                                                                                                                                 #




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                     Summary
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2,4-D AMINE       Dimethylamine               C,SG    I      L        V      I      L       V      L              V
2,4-D ESTER       2-Ethylhexyl Ester            C     I      L        V      I      L       V      L              V
AATREX 4L         Atrazine                      C     I      H        I      I      H       I      I              L
ACCENT            Nicosulfuron                  C     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
ACCENT GOLD       Clopyralid+Flumetsulam+       C     L      V        V      I      V       V      I              V
ALANAP            Naptalam                      V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
AUTHORITY FIRST   Sulfentrazone+Cloransula      S     I      H        I      I      I       H      L              L
AUTHORITY MTZ     Sulfentrazone+Metribuzin      S     I      H        I      I      I       H      L              L
AXIOM DF          Metribuzin+Thiafluamide       C     I      I        V      I      I       V      L              V
BANVEL            Dicamba                     C,SG    I      V        V      L      V       V      L              V
BASIS GOLD        Atrazine+Nicosulfuron+        C     L      I        I      I      H       I      I              L
BICEP MAGNUM      Metolachlor+Atrazine          C     I      H        I      I      I       L      L              L
BICEP/CINCH       Metolachlor+Atrazine          C     I      I        I      I      H       I      L              L
BOUNDARY          Metolachlor+Metribuzin        C     L      V        L      I      V       I      I              L
BULLET            Alachlor+Atrazine             C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
CALLISTO          Mesotrione                    C     L      L        V      I      I       V      L              V
CANOPY            Chlorimuran                   S     L      L        V      I      L       V      I              V
CELEBRITY         Dicamba+Nicosulfuron          C     L      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
CIMARRON PLUS     Metsulfuron+Chlorsulfuro      P     L      L        V      L      V       L      L              L
CLARITY           Diglycolamine                 C     L      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
CLASSIC           Chlorimuron                   S     L      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
COMMAND           Clomazone                     V     I      V        V      L      V       V      L              V
CURBIT            Ethalfluralin                 V     L      L        L      L      I       H      L              I
DACTHAL           DCPA                          V     I      H        I      I      I       H      L              L
DEGREE            Acetochlor+Atrazine           C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
DEVRINOL          Napropamide                   V     L      V        V      L      V       V      L              L
DISTINCT          Diflufen+Dicamba              C     I      V        V      L      V       V      L              V
DUAL              Metolachlor                  V,S    I      V        I      I      V       I      L              L
ENVIVE            Classic+Valor+Harmony         S     I      L        V      L      L       V      L              L
EPTAM             Dipropythiocarbam            A,V    I      L        I      I      L       I      L              L
FINESSE           Glean+Flucarbazone           SC     I      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
FIRSTRATE         Cloransulam                   S     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
FULTIME           Acetochlor+Atrazine           C     I      H        I      I      I       L      L              L
FUSILADE          Fluazifop                     V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
GLYPHOMAX         Glyphosate                   C,S    V      V        V      I      V       L      I              V
GLYPHOSATE        Glyphosate                   C,S    V      V        V      I      V       L      I              V
GRAMOXONE         Paraquat Dichloride           C     I      H        I      L      I       I      L              L
GUARDSMAN         Atrazine+                     C     I      H        I      I      H       I      I              L
HARMONY           Thifensulfuron               SG     I      L        V      L      L       V      L              V
HARMONY EXTRA     Thifensulfuron+Tribenuron    SG     I      H        V      L      I       V      L              V
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HARNESS XTRA     Acetochlor+Atrazine            C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
HUSKIE           Pyrasulfotole                  V     I      H        I      I      I       H      L              L
KARMEX           Diuron                         V     I      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
LASSO            Alachlor                       V     I      H        I      L      I       L      L              L
LIBERTY ATZ      Atrazine+Glufosinate           C     I      H        I      I      H       I      I              L
LIGHTNING        Imazethapyr                    C     I      V        V      I      V       V      I              V
LOROX            Linuron                       S,V    L      L        L      I      L       I      I              I
LUMAX            Metolachlor+Atrazine+          C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
MARKSMAN         Atrazine+Dicamba               C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
MARKSMAN         Dicamba+Atrazine               C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
MAVERICK         Sulfosulfuron                  V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
Methyl Bromide   Methyl Bromide                 V     I      I        V      I      I       V      L              V
NORTHSTAR        Dicamba+Primisulfuron          C     I      I        V      I      I       V      L              V
PARAQUAT         Paraquat Dichloride            C     I      H        I      L      I       I      L              L
PERMIT           Halosulfuron                   C     I      V        V      L      V       V      L              V
PINNACLE         Thifensulfuron-methyl          C     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
POAST            Sethoxydim                    V,S    I      I        V      I      V       L      L              L
PREFAR           Bensulide                      V     L      V        I      L      V       I      I              V
PRINCEP          Simazine                       C     I      H        V      I      H       V      L              V
PROWL            Pendimethalin                 S,V    V      V        L      I      L       I      I              V
PURSUIT          Imazethapyr                    S     I      V        V      I      L       V      I              V
READYMASTER      Glyphosate+Atrazine            C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
REFLEX           Fomesafen                     S,V    I      H        L      L      I       L      L              L
SANDEA           Halosulfuron                   V     I      V        V      L      V       V      L              V
SCEPTER          Imazaquin                      S     L      V        V      I      V       V      I              V
SELECT           Clethodim                     V,S    L      V        V      I      I       V      I              V
SELECT MAX       Clethodim                      V     L      L        L      I      V       I      L              L
SENCOR           Metribuzin.                   S,V    I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
Sinbar           Terbacil                       F     H      L        L      L      L       L      H              L
STEADFAST        Atrazine+Nicosulfuron+         C     I      H        I      I      H       I      L              L
STINGER          Clopyralid                    C,V    L      L        V      I      I       V      I              V
STOUT            Nicosulfuron+Thifensulfuron    C     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
STRATEGY         Ethalfluralin                  V     L      L        L      L      I       H      L              I
SURPASS          Acetochlor                     C     I      V        I      I      I       I      L              V
SYNCHRONCY       Nicosulfuron+Rimsulfuron       S     I      V        V      I      L       V      L              V
TILLAM           Pebulate                       V     L      V        L      L      V       V      L              V
TREFLAN          Trifluralin                    V     L      I        H      L      I       H      I              L
VALOR            Flumioxazin                    S     V      V        V      I      V       I      I              V
VALOR XLT        Flumioxazin+Chlorimuron        V     L      L        L      I      V       I      L              L
YUKON            Halosulfuron+Dicamba           C     I      V        V      I      L       V      L              V
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ACRAMITE               Bifenazate                        V     L      I        L      L      I       L      L              V
ACTARA                 Thiamethoxam                      V     L      L        L      V      I       I      L              V
ADMIRE                 Imidacloprid                      V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
AGRI-MEK               Abamectin                         V     L      I        H      I      I       H      L              I
AGROX                  Lindane+Diazinon+                V,C    L      H        H      I      H       H      I              H
ASANA                  Esfenvalerate                     V     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              L
ASSAIL                 Acetamiprid                       V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
AVAUNT                 Indoxacarb                        V     L      V        I      I      V       H      I              L
BAYTHROID              Cyfluthrin                        V     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              L
BELEAF                 Flonicamid                        V     L      L        L      L      L       L      L              L
BT PRODUCTS            Organic                           V            V        V             V       V                     V
CAPTURE                Bifenthrin                        V     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              L
CONCUR                 Imidacloprid                      V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
CONFIRM                Tebufenozide                      V     I      V        L      L      V       L      L              V
COURAZE                Imadacloprid                      V     I      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
CRUISER                Thiamethoxam                    C,SG    L      L        L      I      L       L      L              V
DANITOL                Fenpropathrin                     V     L      L        L      L      L       L      L              L
DEFEND                 Dimethoate                       S,V    I      X        V      L      H       V      L              L
DIATECT                Organic                           V            V        V             V       V                     V
DIAZINON               Diazinon                         V,C    L      H        H      I      H       H      I              H
DIMETHOATE             Dimethoate                       S,V    I      H        V      L      H       V      L              L
ENTRUST                Naturalyte                        V            V        V             V       V                     V
FORCE                  Tefluthrin                      C,SG    V      V        I      L      L       H      I              H
FORCE ST               Tefluthrin                      C,SG    V      V        I      L      L       I      I              I
FULFILL                Pymetrozine                       V     L      L        L      L      L       L      L      L       L
FURADAN                Carbofuran                        V     I      I        H      I      I       H      L              I
GAUCHO                 Imidacloprid                    C,SG    I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
INTREPID               Methoxypenozide                   V     I      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
KELTHANE               Dicofol                           C     L      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
KERNALGUARD            Diazinon+Lindane                 V,C    L      I        I      I      I       I      I              H
KERNEL GUARD SUPREME   Permethrin                       CV     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              V
KICKER                 Piperonyl Butoxide+Pyrethrins     V     V      V        L      L      L       I      L              V
KICKSTART              Diazinon+Lindane                 V,C    L      I        I      I      I       I      I              H
KICKSTART VP           Diazinon+Carboxin                 C     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              V
LANNATE                Methomyl                         S,V    I      V        I      L      V       L      L              L
LARVIN                 Thiodicarb                       S,V    L      L        L      I      I       L      L              V
LATITUDE               Imidacloprid                      V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
LORSBAN                Clorpyrifos                      C,V    V      V        I      L      L       H      L              L
MALATHION              Malathion                       SG,V    L      L        H      L      L       H      L              L
MERIT                  Imidacloprid                      V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
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Methyl Bromide   Methyl Bromide            V      I      I        V      I      I       V      L              V
MOCAP            Ethoprop                  C      I      I        X      L      L       H      L              I
MUSTANG MAX      Zeta-cypermethrin         V      I      L        I      L      I       H      L              L
NEEMIX/PYGANIC   Azadirachtin              V             V        V             V       V                     V
OBERON           Spiromesifen             CV      L      L        L      I      I       H      L              I
ORTHENE          Acephate                 S,V     L      I        V      I      H       V      L              L
PENNCAP-M        Methyl-parathion          V      L      I        I      L      I       I      L              L
PERMETHRIN       Permethrin               S,V     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              V
PERMETHRIN       Permethrin               S,V     V      V        I      L      L       H      L              V
PLATINUM         Thiamethoxam              V      I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
PONCHO 1250      Clothianidin              C      I      L        V      I      L       V      I              V
PROAXIS          Gamma-cyhalothrin       C,S,V    L      L        L      I      I       H      L              I
PROCLAIM         Emamectin Benzoate        V      L      L        L      I      I       H      L              L
PROVADO          Imidacloprid              V      I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
RADIANT          Spinetoran                V      L      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
REGENT           Fipronil                  V      L      H        H      I      H       H      L              L
RIMON            Novaluron                 V      L      L        L      I      I       H      L              I
SEVIN            Carbaryl                V,SG     L      L        L      L      L       L      L              L
SPINTOR          Spinosad                  V      L      L        L      L      L       L      L              L
THIMET           Phorate                   V      L      I        L      I      I       H      I              I
THIONEX          Endosulfan                V      L      H        H      I      H       H      L              I
VENOM            Dinotefuran               V      L      L        L      I      I       H      L              L
VYDATE           Oxamyl                    V      L      V        V      L      V       V      L              L
WARRIOR          Lambda-cychalothrin      S,V     V      L        I      L      I       H      L              L
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ACTIGARD         Acibenzolar S-methyl         V     I      V        I      L      V       L      L              V
AGRI-STREP       Steptomycin                  V     L      L        L      I      L       L      L              L
ALIETTE          Fosetyl Al                   V     V      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
APRON            Metalaxyl                    V     L      V        L      I      V       I      L              L
BOTRAN           Dichloran                    V     L      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
BRAVO            Chlorothalonil               V     L      L        I      L      L       I      L              L
CABRIO           Pyraclostrobin               V     V      V        L      I      L       H      I              V
CAPTAN           Captan                       V     L      V        L      L      V       L      L              L
CHLOROTHALONIL   Chlorothalonil               V     L      V        I      L      V       I      L              L
Copper Sulfate   Copper Sulfate               C     V      V        L      I      V       H      I              V
CURZATE          Cymoxanil                    V     L      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
DITHANE M-45     Mancozeb                     V     L      I        I      I      H       H      I              L
ELEVATE          Fenhexamid                   V     L      V        L      I      V       L      L              V
ENDURA           Boscalid                     V     L      I        I      I      I       H      L              L
FLINT            Trifloxystrobin              V     L      V        I      I      V       H      I              L
FORUM            Dimethomorph                 V     I      I        L      I      V       I      L              L
GAVEL            Zoxamide+Mancozeb            V     L      V        I      L      V       L      L              L
HEADLINE         Pyraclostrobin              S,V    V      V        L      I      L       H      I              V
IPRODIONE        Iprodione                    V     L      I        L      I      I       H      L              V
KOCIDE           Copper Hydroxide                   L      V        I      I      V       H      I              L
MANCOZEB         Mancozeb                    C,V    L      I        I      I      H       H      I              L
MANEB            Maneb                        V     L      I        I      I      H       H      I              L
MAXIM            Fludioxonil                  V     L      V        L      I      V       I      I              V
MERTEC           Thiabendazole                V     L      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
METASTAR         Metalaxyl                    V     I      V        V      I      V       V      L              V
MONOCUT          Flutolanil                   V     I      V        L      I      V       L      L              V
NOVA             Myclobutanil                 V     I      V        L      I      V       L      L              V
PHOSTROL         Phosphoric acid              V     V      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
POLYRAM          Metiram                      V     V      L        V      L      L       I      L              V
PREVICUR FLEX    Propamocarb Hydrochloride    V     L      L        L      L      L       L      L              L
PRISTINE         Boscalid+                    V     L      I        I      I      I       H      L              L
PROCURE          Triflumizole                 V     I      I        L      L      V       L      L              L
QUANDRIS         Azoxystrobin+                C     L      V        L      I      V       L      I              V
QUINTEC          Quinoxyfen                   V     L      L        L      I      L       I      L              L
RANMAN           Cyazofamid                   V     L      L        L      I      L       L      I              I
REASON           Fenamidone                   V     I      I        L      I      V       I      L              V
RIDOMIL GOLD     Thiamethoxan Mefencyram      V     I      H        V      I      H       V      L              V
STRATEGY         Propiconazole                C     I      H        L      I      H       L      I              V
SWITCH           Cyprodinil+Fludioxonil       V     L      V        L      I      V       L      I              V
TANOS            Famoxadone+Cymoxanil         V     L      L        I      I      H       H      L              L
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TERRACLOR        Pentachloronitrobenzene    V     L      I        L      L      I       L      L              V
THIRAN           Thiram                     V     L      L        H      I      L       H      L              L
TILT             Propiconazole             SG     I      H        L      I      H       L      I              V
TOPS             Thiophanate-Methyl         V     V      V        L      L      L       I      L              L
TOPSIN           Thiophanate-Methyl         V     L      L        I      L      L       I      L              L
TOPSIN M         Thiophanate-Methyl+        V     L      L        I      L      L       I      L              L
ULTRA FLOURISH   Thiamethoxan Mefenoyram    V     I      H        V      I      H       V      L              V
VITAVAX          Thiram+Carboxin           C,V    L      L        H      I      L       H      L              L
     Mitigation Table                                                   Pesticide Loss Pathways
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     Application Timing - Reduces exposure potential - application
     must be delayed when significant rainfall events are forecast,
 2                                                                      +++       +++      +++
     application when conditions are optimal reduces pesticide
     application
     Formulations/Adjuvants -Reduces exposure potential -
 3   formulations and/or adjuvants that increase efficacy to allow       ++       ++        +
     lower application rates
     Lower Application Rates - Reduces exposure potential - use
 4                                                                      +++       +++      +++
     lowest effective rate
     Partial Substitution - Reduces hazard potential - use
 5   alternative pesticides with lower environmental risk when          +++       +++      +++
     available.
     Partial Treatment - Reduces exposure potential - spot
 6   treatment, banding and directed spraying to reduce amount of       +++       +++      +++
     pesticide applied
     Scouting and Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
 7   Thresholds - Reduces exposure potential - reduced pesticide        +++       +++      +++
     application
   Set-backs - Reduces exposure potential - increased distance
 8 between the application area and surface water reduces drift         +++       +++      +++
   and inadvertent direct application to surface water
   Soil Incorporation – mechanical - Reduces exposure potential
 9 for surface losses, but increases exposure potential for               -       +++      +++
   leaching losses
   Agrichemical Mixing Center - Reduces the potential for point
10                                                                      +++       +++      +++
   source contamination
   Brush Management (314) - Using non-chemical brush control
11                                                                      +++       +++      +++
   reduces the need for pesticides
   Conservation Cover (327) - Retiring land from annual crop
12 production often reduces the need for pesticides and builds          +++       +++      +++
   organic matter
   Contour Buffer Strips (332) - Increases infiltration, reduces
13                                                                                ++       ++
   soil erosion
   Constructed Wetland (656) - Captures and degrades
14                                                                        +        +       ++
   pesticide residues
   Conservation Crop Rotation (328) - Reduces the need for
15                                                                       ++       ++       ++
   pesticides by breaking pest lifecycles
16 Contour Farming (330) - Increases infiltration                         -       ++       ++
17 Diversion (362)                                                        +       +        ++
   Cover Crop (340) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion
18                                                                       ++       ++       ++
   and builds organic matter
     Forage Harvest Management (511)
19                                                                     ++    ++    ++
     Forest Stand Improvement (666)
20                                                                     ++    ++    ++



   Field Border (386) - Increases infiltration/traps adsorbed
   pesticides, more distance between the target area & surface
21                                                                     na     +    ++
   water to reduce drift & inadvertent direct application to surface
   water.




   Filter Strip (393) - Increases infiltration & traps adsorbed
   pesticides, increases distance between the target area &
22                                                                     na    ++    +++
   surface water to reduce drift & inadvertent direct application to
   surface water.


   Nutrient Management (590) - Promotes healthy plants, which
23                                                                     ++    ++    ++
   can better tolerate pests.
   Grassed Waterway (412) - Increases infiltration and traps
24 adsorbed pesticides (should be applied with Filter Strips at the    na     +    ++
   outlet and on each side of the waterway)
   Pasture and Hay Planting (512) - Retiring land from annual
25 crop production often reduces the need for pesticides, builds       +++   +++   +++
   organic matter
   Prescribed Grazing (528A) - Improves plant health and
26                                                                     +++   +++   +++
   reduces the need for pesticides
     Residue Management, (329A,B,C) - Increases infiltration,
27                                                                     +     ++    +++
     reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter
   Residue Management, Seasonal (344) - Increases
28                                                                     +      +    +
   infiltration, reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter
   Riparian Forest Buffer (391) - Increases infiltration, traps
29                                                                     +     +++   +++
   sediment and builds organic matter
   Riparian Herbaceous Cover (390) - Increases infiltration,
30                                                                     +     ++    ++
   traps sediment and builds organic matter
31 Sediment Basin (350)                                                            ++
   Structure for Water Control (587)
32                                                                           ++    +++
33 Stripcropping (585)                                                        +    +
   Subsurface Drainage (606) *Note Avoid Direct Outlets to
34 Surface Water - Increases surface infiltration and aerobic          +     ++    ++
   pesticide degradation in the rootzone
   Tree and Shrub Establishment (612) - Retiring land from
35 annual crop production reduces the need for pesticides and          +++   +++   +++
   builds organic matter
36 Waste Storage Facility (313)                                        +      ++   ++
37 Waste Treatment Lagoon (359)                                              +++   +++
   Water and Sediment Control Basin (638) - Captures and
38                                                           _     +    ++
   degrades pesticide residues, increases infiltration
   Well Decommissioning (351) - Eliminates point source
39                                                           +++   na   na
   contamination
   Wetland Creation (Ac.) (658) - Captures and degrades
40                                                           +     +    +
   pesticide residues
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   Wetland Enhancement (Ac.) (659) - Captures and degrades
42                                                           +     +    +
   pesticide residues
   Wetland Restoration (Ac.) (657) - Captures and degrades
43                                                           +     +    +
   pesticide residues
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     Methods of Pest Control
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 2   Chemical                                                                 2
 3   Cultural                                                                 3
 4   Biological                                                               4
 5   Chemical & Cultural                                                      5
 6   Chemical, Cultural, Biological                                           6
 7   Cultural & Biological                                                    7
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     Insect & Feeding Pests Table                                            21
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 2   Alfalfa Weevil;                                                         23
 3   Army Worm;                                                              24
 4   Bean Leaf Beetle;                                                       25
 5   Black Cutworm;                                                          26
 6   Cereal Aphids;                                                          27
 7   Cereal Leaf Beetle;                                                     28
 8   Common Armyworm;                                                        29
 9   Corn Leaf Aphid;                                     30
10   Grass Hoppers;                                       31
11   Green Pea Aphid;                                     32
12   Hessian Fly;                                         33
13   Japanese Beetle;                                     34
14   Mexican Bean Beetle;                                 35
15   Potato Leafhopper;                                   36
16   Rootworm;                                            37
17   Seed Corn Maggot;                                    38
18   Slugs;                                               39
19   Stalk Borer;                                         40
20   Two Spotted Spider Mite;                             41
21   Wireworm;                                            42
22   Corn Earworm                                         43
23                                                        44
24                                                        45
25                                                        46
26                                                        47
27                                                        48
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 2   Extra High - Pesticide Leaching Potential             8
 3   High - Pesticide Leaching Potential                   9
 4   Intermediate - Pesticide Leaching Potential          10
 5   Low - Pesticide Leaching Potential                   11
 6   Very Low - Pesticide Leaching Potential              12
 7   Extra High - Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential     13
 8   High - Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential           14
 9   Intermediate - Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential   15
10   Low - Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential            16
11   Very Low - Pesticide Solution Runoff Potential       17
12   Extra High - Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential     18
13   High - Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential           19
14   Intermediate - Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential   20
15   Low - Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential            21
16   Very Low - Pesticide Adsorbed Runoff Potential       22
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Weeds                                         33.3
Insects                                       33.3
Diseases                                      33.3




                                   Cultural
           Chemical
                                   Controls
           Controls


                      Biological
                      Controls
Comments
None
Application Timing - Reduces exposure potential - delay
application when significant rainfall events are forecast;
application when conditions are optimal reduces pesticide
application
Formulations/Adjuvants -Reduces exposure potential -
formulations and/or adjuvants that increase efficacy allow to
lower application rates
Lower Application Rates - Reduces exposure potential - use
lowest effective rate
Partial Substitution - Reduces hazard potential - use
alternative pesticides with lower environmental risk when
available
Partial Treatment - Reduces exposure potential - use spot
treatment, banding and directed spraying to reduce amount of
pesticide applied.
Scouting and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Thresholds -
Reduces exposure potential - reduces pesticide application.
Set-backs - Reduces exposure potential - reduces amount of
pesticide applied and the increases the distance between the
application area and surface water, reduces drift and
inadvertent direct application to surface water.
Soil Incorporation – mechanical - Reduces exposure potential
for surface losses, but increases exposure potential for
leaching losses.
Agrichemical Mixing Center - Reduces the potential for point
source contamination
Brush Management (314) - Using non-chemical brush control
reduces the need for pesticides
Conservation Cover (327) - Retiring land from annual crop
production often reduces the need for pesticides and builds
organic matter


Constructed Wetland (656) - Captures and degrades pesticide
residues
Conservation Crop Rotation (328) - Reduces the need for
pesticides by breaking pest lifecycles
Contour Farming (330) - Increases infiltration
Reduces exposure potential – water is diverted.
Cover Crop (340) - Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion
and builds organic matter
Reduces exposure potential – timely harvesting reduces the
need for pesticides.
Reduces the potential for pest damage and the need for
pesticides.
Field Border (386) - Increases infiltration and traps adsorbed
pesticides, often reduces application area resulting in less
pesticide applied, increases distance between the application
area and surface water to reduce drift and inadvertent direct
application to surface water, can provide habitat for beneficial
insects which reduces the need for pesticides, can provide
habitat to congregate pests which can result in reduced
pesticide application
Filter Strip (393) - Increases infiltration and traps adsorbed
pesticides, often reduces application area resulting in less
pesticide applied, increases distance between the application
area and surface water to reduce drift and inadvertent direct
application to surface water, can provide habitat for beneficial
insects which reduces the need for pesticides, can provide
habitat to congregate pests which can result in reduced
pesticide application
Promotes healthy plants, which can better tolerate pests.

Grassed Waterway (412) - Increases infiltration and traps
adsorbed pesticides (should be applied with Filter Strips at the
outlet and on each side of the waterway)
Pasture and Hay Planting (512) - Retiring land from annual
crop production often reduces the need for pesticides, builds
organic matter
Prescribed Grazing (528A) - Improves plant health and
reduces the need for pesticides
Residue Management, No-till and Strip-Till (329A) - Increases
infiltration, reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter
Residue Management, Seasonal (344) - Increases infiltration,
reduces soil erosion and builds organic matter
Riparian Forest Buffer (391) - Increases infiltration, traps
sediment and builds organic matter
Riparian Herbaceous Cover (390) - Increases infiltration, traps
sediment and builds organic matter
Captures and degrades pesticide residues.
Captures pesticide residues and facilitates their degradation,
increases infiltration and deep percolation.
Increases infiltration, reduces soil erosion.
Subsurface Drainage (606) *Note Avoid Direct Outlets to
Surface Water - Increases surface infiltration and aerobic
pesticide degradation in the rootzone
Tree and Shrub Establishment (612) - Retiring land from
annual crop production reduces the need for pesticides and
builds organic matter
Captures pesticide residues.
Captures pesticide residues and facilitates their degradation.
Water and Sediment Control Basin (638) - Captures and
degrades pesticide residues, increases infiltration
Eliminates point source contamination

Captures and degrades pesticide residues


Captures and degrades pesticide residues

Captures and degrades pesticide residues




Weed Table

Barnyardgrass;
Black Nightshade;
Canada Thistle;
Chickweed;
Cocklebur;
Common Ragweed;
Dandelion;
Fall Panicum;
Giant Foxtail;
Giant Ragweed;
Green/Yellow Foxtail;
Hemp Dogbane;
Horseweed;
Ivyleaf Morningglory;
Jimsonweed;
Johnsongrass;
Lambsquarters;
Large Crabgrass;
Milkweed;
Pigweed;
Pokeweed;
Prickly Lettuce;
Quackgrass;
Shattercane;
Sheperd's Purse;
Smartweed;
Smooth Crabgrass;
Tall Morningglory;
Velvetleaf;
Wild Carrot/Queen Anns Lace;
Wild Mustard;
Wirestem Muhly;
Witchgrass;




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Plant Disease Table

Corn - Corn Leaf Blight;
Corn - Stewarts Bacterial Leaf Blight;
Corn - Anthracnose Leaf Blight;
Corn - Anthracnose Stalk Rot;
Corn - Grey Leaf Spot;
Corn - Corn Leaf Spot;
Corn - Common Rust;
Corn - Gibberella Ear & Stalk Rot;
Pythium / Fusarium;
Phytophthora;
Soybeans - Rhizoctonia;
Soybeans - Bacterial Leaf Blight;
Soybeans - Sclerotinia Stem Rot (White Mold);
Soybeans - Soybean Cyst Nematode;
Soybeans - Brown Stem Rot;
Wheat - Powdery Mildew;
Wheat - Septoria Tritici Leaf Blotch;
Wheat - Septoria Nodorum Leaf & Glume Blotch;
Wheat - Leaf Rust;
Wheat - Head Scab;
Wheat - Yellow Mosaic;
Wheat - BarleyYellow Dwarf;
Wheat - Take All Root Rot;
Alfalfa - Sclerotinia Crown & Stem Rot;
Alfalfa - Anthracnose;
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Environmental Risks Per WIN-PST Table

Risk to Humans in Solution Runoff
Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard in Solution Runoff
Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard in Solution Runoff
Risk to Humans via Leaching to Groundwater
Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard via Leaching to Groundwater
Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard via Leaching to Groundwater
Risk to Humans in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
Risk to Fish / Aquatic Hazard in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
Human & Fish/Aquatic Hazard in Sediment Adsorbed Runoff
Pesticide Drift to Non-Target Areas




Analysis Tools

WIN-PST
RUSLE2
RUSLE2 & WIN-PST
NAPRA
NAPRA & RUSLE2 & WIN-PST
NAPRA & WIN-PST
NAPRA & RUSLE2
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Cultural Controls                              33.3
Biological Controls                            33.3
Chemical Controls                              33.3




                                                                                         Conditions that
                                                       (none)    Broadcast application (default); applied t
                                                        b        Banded application; applied to 1/2 the fie
                                                       (none)    Surface applied (default); applied to the
                                                        i        Soil incorporated; with light tillage or irrig
                                                        f        Foliar application; directed spray at near
                                                       (none)    Standard application rate (default); grea
                                                        l        Low rate of application; 1/10 to 1/4 lb/ac
                                                        <ul>     Ultra Low rate of application; 1/10 lb/acr
                                                        m        There are macropores in the surface ho
                                                        w        The high water table comes within 24" o
                                                        s        The field slope is greater than 15%
                                                        r        Residue management
                                                        <hl>     High probability of rain, Low efficiency ir
                                                        <lh>     Low probability of rain, High efficiency ir
                                                        <ln>     Low probability of rain, No irrigation

                                                      SPISP II I-Ratings:
                      Insects       Diseases           ILP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Leaching Poten
                                                       ISRP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Solution Runo
                                                       IARP -- Soil / Pesticide Interaction Adsorbed Runo
                                Weeds
                                                      Attachments:
                                                      Soils Map
                                                      Plan Map
                                                      Pest Management Record Form
                                                      Soil / Pesticide Interaction Loss Potential and Hazar
            Conditions that affect ratings:
t application (default); applied to more than 1/2 the field
pplication; applied to 1/2 the field or less
pplied (default); applied to the soil surface
porated; with light tillage or irrigation
 lication; directed spray at nearly full crop/weed canopy
application rate (default); greater than 1/4 lb/acre
of application; 1/10 to 1/4 lb/acre
 rate of application; 1/10 lb/acre or less
  macropores in the surface horizon deeper than 24"
water table comes within 24" of the surface during the growing season
slope is greater than 15%
management
ability of rain, Low efficiency irrigation
 ability of rain, High efficiency irrigation
 ability of rain, No irrigation



ide Interaction Leaching Potential
cide Interaction Solution Runoff Potential
ide Interaction Adsorbed Runoff Potential




ction Loss Potential and Hazard Ratings Report

								
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