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Groundwater contamination by aldicarb Aldicarb has been the focus of groundwater investigations in Wisconsin and Florida (discussed in Chapters 3 and 4, respectively) as well as in New York. However, nowhere has the groundwater contamination caused by aldicarb been more extensive and better documented than on Long Island. Between August 1979 and mid-March 1980, approximately 270 wells were sampled on eastern Long Island; of those sampled 45 were public, 214 were domestic, and 11 were irrigation wells.
With regard to agricultural chemicals, the regional WQCBs appear willing to work with growers to develop strategies to mitigate groundwater problems. However, while best management practices can be developed and recommended to growers, the WQCBs have no policing or enforcement mechanism. Management practices that could mitigate potential problems may not be followed by growers; in fact, it is suspected that label recommendations on application rates for pesticides are ignored by some growers. Nevertheless, the actions of rice growers in the Sacramento area— described under the subsection Best Management Practice for Pesticide Use— indicate that a combination of effective techniques and perceived need can lead to the adoption of management solutions.