Prevented planting and late planting considerations for corn and soybeans was the topic of a breeze
With many farm producers in the field, this session was recorded and is available for individuals to view when time is available.
Prevented planting and late planting considerations for Corn and Soybeans was the topic of a breeze internet session on June 3. With many farm producers in the field this session was recorded and is available for individuals to view when time is available.
You can find the file here.
June 5th is the date when most farmer would want to declare Prevented Planting for corn that they are not going to be able to get planted. By contacting the farm’s crop insurance agent at that time, they can start the process and hold open the opportunity to collect the full benefits for prevented planting that are allowed in your farm’s crop insurance policy. The next big date will be June 15th for soybeans, which is the date a farm can declare prevented planting for that crop. The webinar covers many other issues and considerations that farms will want to look at if they are not able to complete planting of corn or soybeans on a timely basis.
Additional information and links to Prevented Planting information can be found online.