The following changes are applicable to Hybrid Specialty Seed Crop Provisions for the 2022 and succeeding crop years as outlined in Product Management Bulletin PM-21-063:
- The hybrid sweet corn policy expanded to Umatilla County, Oregon and Yakima County, Washington.
- Clarifications were made in the policy, such as specifying amounts are “per acre.”
Hybrid Specialty Seed Pilot Crop Provisions: https://rma.usda.gov/-/media/RMA/Policies/Hybrid-Specialty-Seed/2022/Hybrid-Specialty-Seed-Pilot-Crop-Provisions-22-0093.ashx
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