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Delayed Planting, Prevented Planting and Replanting Crop Insurance Coverage
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  • Steven D. Johnson, Iowa State University
  • William M. edwards, Iowa State University
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The frequent rains that have soaked Iowa this year have left many corn and soybean fields unplanted or with flooded areas. Many producers are wondering what options they have under their multiple peril crop insurance (MPCI) policies. In Iowa, the crop insurance “late planting period” for corn begins on June 1. Corn can still be planted after this date, but the insurance guarantee on those acres is reduced by 1 percent per day until the acres are planted. Corn acres planted after June 25 will receive insurance coverage equal to 60 percent of their original guarantee. Producers should keep accurate records of planting dates on all remaining acres. The late planting period for soybeans is from June 16 through July 10 in Iowa.
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Steven D. Johnson and William M. edwards. "Delayed Planting, Prevented Planting and Replanting Crop Insurance Coverage" (2013)
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