More Resources Concerning Prevented Planting and Crop Insurance
Explore more resources concerning prevented planting and crop insurance due to rain and flooding.
Earlier in the month, we shared a Q & A from a whitepaper concerning prevented planting and crop insurance put together by two Extension economists at the University of Georgia in order to assist growers who were dealing with such issues due to excessive rain and flooding. Florida has a summer wet season, and it is always a possibility that it will rain more than normal, or sooner than expected. Similarly, rain and flooding from hurricanes is always a possibility as well. See more resources, from the same whitepaper, below.
Additional Resources Concerning Prevented Planting and Crop Insurance
UGA Extension economists Adam Rabinowitz and Yangxuan Liu created the whitepaper ‘What Farmers Need to Know about Crop Insurance and Prevented Planting’ for growers facing this issue. Here are further resources for farmers to know the ins and outs of the process.
- Prevented planting previsions, policies, and handbooks. A publication by the USDA’s Risk Management Agency. Find definitions of prevented planting, common provisions a basic crop insurance policy would have, the crop insurance handbook, and more.
- Prevented Planting Coverage Factor Changes for 2018. Another Q&A on what farmers need to know about crop insurance and prevented planting by the USDA’s Risk Management Agency.
- Prevented Planting Insurance Provisions Flood. A fact sheet on prevented planting insurance provisions for flooding by the Risk Management Agency.
- Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Flooding. Another Q & A on flooding.
The whitepaper can be downloaded at the bottom of a SoutheastFarmpress article.
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