Replant, Delayed Plant, and Prevent Plant 101 - What You Need To Know

For many producers, this has been an extremely wet year and has caused issues with planting. Watch the webinar below to learn how to make the most of your crop insurance coverage when planting takes an unexpected turn.

What we cover

  • Replant Existing damage to planted crop and planning to put new seed in the ground

  • Delayed plant Planted an insurable crop after the final planting date

  • Prevent plant Unable to get seed in the ground by the final planting date or late planting period

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Read on to learn more about our options in this blog post about replanting, delayed planting and prevented planting.

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The purpose of the following material is to promote awareness of risk management concepts and to highlight risk management products, features, benefits and availability. This presentation does not provide full details of policy provisions or approved procedures. Producers should consult with a local agent for specific details and program requirements.

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