Crop Insurance for Processing Tomatoes

This publication discusses crop insurance for processing tomatoes in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.
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Topics include what is covered, where it is available, covered causes of loss, important insurance dates, what you need to do in case of damage or loss, coverage levels and premium subsidies, price elections, insurance units, additional coverage options, and a loss example.

Processing tomatoes are insurable in four counties in Pennsylvania; they may be insurable in other counties by written agreement if specific criteria are met. Processing tomatoes are insurable if they are grown under, and in accordance with, a processor contract, are executed by the acreage reporting date, and were not excluded from the contract at any time during the year. The policy does not cover acreage on which tomatoes were grown in either of the previous two years, if they are interplanted with another crop, or those planted into an established grass or legume. Direct seeded tomatoes are not insurable.

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Processing Tomato RMA Fact Sheet (2017 crop year)