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2014 Crop Policies and Pilots

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General Policies and Provisions


2014 Policies and Provisions

Almond

Annual Forage Pilot

Apiculture Pilot

Apple

Avocado

Barley

Bean

Blueberry

Buckwheat

Cabbage

Camelina

Canola and Rapeseed

Cherry Pilot

Chile Pepper Pilot

Citrus Fruit

Citrus Fruit Pilot

Corn

Cotton

  • APH Plan - ELS Cotton Crop Provisions (14-0022). Footnote 4.
  • Area Risk Protection Insurance - Cotton Crop Provisions (14-ARPI-0021). Footnote 5.
  • Yield Protection, Revenue Protection and Revenue Protection with Harvest Price Exclusion - Cotton Crop Provisions (11-0021). Footnote 4.

Cottonseed Pilot

  • Cottonseed Pilot Endorsement (12-0021a).

Cranberry

Cultivated Clams Pilot

Cultivated Wild Rice

Fig

Flax

Florida Fruit Trees Pilot

Forage (also see PRF)

Forage Seed Pilot

  • Forage Seed Pilot Provisions (12-0107).

Grain Sorghum

  • Area Risk Protection Insurance - Grain Sorghum Crop Provisions (14-ARPI-0051). Footnote 5.
  • Yield Protection, Revenue Protection and Revenue Protection with Harvest Price Exclusion - Coarse Grains Crop Provisions (11-0041). Footnote 4.

Grape and Table Grape

Grass Seed Pilot

Hawaii Tropical Fruit Pilot

Hawaii Tropical Trees Pilot

Hybrid Seed

Macadamia

Machine Harvested Pickling Cucumber

Millet

Mint

Mustard

Nursery - See Nursery page

Nursery Pilot

Oats

Olive

Onion

Onion Pilot

Oysters

Pasture, Rangeland, and Forage Pilot (PRF)

Pea

Peach

Peanut

Pear

Pecan Revenue

Pepper (Fresh Market)

Pistachio

Plum

Popcorn

Potato

Prune

Pumpkin

Raisin

Rice

Rye

Safflower

Sesame

Silage Sorghum Pilot

Soybeans

  • Area Risk Protection Insurance - Soybean Crop Provisions (14-ARPI-0081). Footnote 5.
  • Yield Protection, Revenue Protection and Revenue Protection with Harvest Price Exclusion - Coarse Grains Crop Provisions (11-0041). Footnote 4.

Stonefruit

Strawberry Pilot

Sugar Beet

Sugar Beet Pilot

Sugarcane

Sunflower

Sweet Corn

Sweet Potato

Texas Citrus Tree

Tobacco

Tomato

Walnut

Wheat


Footnotes

1

Farm Bill Amendment (10-farm bill) modifies the Group Risk Plan of Insurance Basic Provisions and the Group Risk Income Protection Plan of Insurance Basic Provisions for the 2010 and succeeding crop years for all crops with a 2010 contract change date on or after Oct 31, 2009, and for the 2011 and succeeding crop years for all crops with a 2010 contract change date prior to Oct 31, 2009 (except crops with a 2011 contract change date prior to Oct 5, 2009).

2

Sanctions Amendment (09-sanctions) modifies the Group Risk Plan of Insurance Basic Provisions and the Group Risk Income Protection Plan of Insurance Basic Provisions for the 2009 and succeeding crop years for all crops with a 2009 contract change date on or after Jan 31, 2009, for 2010 and succeeding crop years for all crops with a 2010 contract change date on or after Jan 31, 2009, and for 2011 and succeeding crop years for all crops with a 2010 contract change date prior to Jan 31, 2009.

3

CAT Endorsement (09-cat-4) attaches to specific crop provisions when CAT coverage is selected by the insured for crops with a contract change date prior to September 30, 2013.

4

Common Crop Policy Basic Provisions (11-br) apply with the crop provisions.

5

The CAT coverage offered under ARPI is equivalent to the CAT coverage previously offered under the Group Risk Plan (GRP) which ARPI is replacing. Group coverage is required to be 'comparable coverage' to an individual plan, for which CAT is statutorily defined as 50 percent of yield and 55 percent of price. RMA has determined that comparable area-based coverage is 65 percent of yield and 45 percent of price.

6

CAT Endorsement (14-cat) attaches to specific crop provisions when CAT coverage is selected by the insured for crops with a contract change date on or after September 30, 2013.

Contact Information

For more information on crop policies, contact RMA Crop Policies.