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Prevented Planting Options in 2019 for Kansas Corn Growers


Some crop insurance deadlines are looming for Kansas farmers who have Revenue Protection, RP with the harvest price option, or Yield Protection coverage, and one deadline has already passed for southeast Kansas farmers. This deadline is the “final planting date,” and it marks the final day on which crops can be planted and receive their full insurance coverage.

This article from Kansas State University describes and evaluates five of the options for corn acres not planted by the FPD.

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Growers Hope Standards Bring Order to Hemp Industry 'Mess'

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