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IF YOU GROW CORN OR TOMATOES…..!!

If you grow CORN or TOMATOES and have crop insurance ! one final REMINDER! JUNE 10TH is the final planting date for corn and tomato crop insurance policies. If you have corn or tomato crop insurance policies be sure to get your crops in the ground before the June 10th deadline or you may be subjected to late planting production guarantee reductions!

 

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June 10th Crop Insurance Final Planting Deadline!

JUNE 10TH is the final planting date for corn and tomato crop insurance policies. If you have corn or tomato crop insurance policies be sure to get your crops in the ground before the June 10th deadline or you may be subjected to late planting production guarantee reductions!

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ATTENTION: October 20th is the final planting date for Barley policies if you have any further questions please contact your crop insurance agent or our office at 856-769-0090

Attention corn growers!

April 11th is the earliest planting date for corn. PLEASE BE ADVISED! It may be tempting to plant your corn earlier than this date due to the unusually warm weather we have been having, however, the crop insurance policy for corn states that the earliest planting is APRIL 11TH and the final planting date is JUNE 10TH. If you should choose to plant your corn earlier than this date or after the deadline, you may not be eligible for replanting payments should you experience some kind of loss, however you will still have protection from insurable causes of loss under the crop insurance policy. Should you decide to plant your corn after the final deadline you are allotted 25 days after the deadline to do so while still maintaining coverage however your coverage level decreases by 1% each day. It is necessary to be diligent on your reporting about what fields were planted on what dates after the final planting date

Attention Soybean Growers!

Soybean growers be advised that the earliest planting date for soybeans is April 15th, if you should decide to plant before this date or after the final planting date of June 20 for Hunterdon, Middlesex, Somerset, and Warren counties or July 5 for Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer, Monmouth, Ocean, and Salem counties you may also not be eligible for replanting payments should you suffer a loss. As with the corn policy, you have 25 days after the final deadline to get your soybeans planted but each day you loose 1% of coverage. If you plant after the final deadline it is imperative to be diligent in reporting on what dates you planted which fields.

It is extremely important that if you suffer a loss and become eligible for replant or prevented planting payments that you give notice to your crop insurance agent immediately of the loss and leave evidence of this loss in the field until a crop insurance adjuster has had a chance to inspect it.

If you already have an existing grain policy for the 2011 crop year, actual production history reports are due April 29th.