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Who determines if field is too wet for prevent plant?
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Posted 5/15/2019 12:42 (#7498561 - in reply to #7498119)
Subject: RE: Who determines if field is too wet for prevent plant?


I am an adjuster we gather the information and send it off to auditors who review history. But a lot of it comes down to area. Its not like someone across the road has to have PP. But if there are several in your county it shouldn't be an issue. I think there is going to be massive prevent plant across the country this year its just a matter of how much. The only thing that some people do that screw up is turning in corn pp and they had no intentions of ever planting corn. No corn seed bought or sprayed the field with bean chemicals ( then tells me about it). Or if the ground has been in hay or something and its now where near ready to farm. If its an honest claims and your area was wet ( they use weather data to determine) it will get paid with no problems. As long as you have 20/20 rule worse case if you run out of corn acreage eligibility they will pay soybeans.
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