All Peaches in the county for which a premium rate is provided by the actuarial documents:
a) In which you have a share;
b) That are grown on tree varieties that:
1) Were commercially available when the trees were set out;
2) Are a variety having a chilling hour requirement that is appropriate for the area;
3) Are grown on a root stock that is adapted to the area.
c) That the crop insured will be any of the types or varieties of peaches that are grown for the production of Fresh or Processing Peaches (except Processing Peaches excluded in California) on insured acreage and for which a guarantee and premium rate are provided by the actuarial documents.
d) That are grown in an orchard that, if inspected, is considered acceptable by the RMA; and
e) That has reached at least the fourth growing season after set out. However, we may agree in writing to insure acreage that has not reached this age if it has produced at least 100 bushels of peaches per acre.
Information obtained directly from the Risk Management Agency informational materials.
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*Deadline dates for crop insurance often involve the submission of paperwork that must be prepared well in advance. Deadlines may not apply to all counties in a particular state for a certain crop. Please contact one of our agents for assistance as soon as possible to ensure a smooth application process.