APH guarantees the producer a yield based on the actual production history of their crops.
The APH plan of crop insurance provides the producer protection against a loss of production due to nearly all unavoidable, natural occurring events. For most crops, that includes drought, excess moisture, cold and frost, wind, flood and unavoidable damage from insects and disease.
The guarantee is calculated by multiplying their average yield by the level of coverage elected for the producer’s share of the crop. An indemnity may be due if the production (harvested and appraised) is less than the guaranteed amount.
The pricing for most crops insured under the APH plan of insurance is established by RMA.
Many of our perennial crops such as apples, peaches and grapes fall under the APH plan, as well as crops that do not have revenue coverage available. Some grain crops such as oats, rye, flax and buckwheat can also covered under the APH plan of insurance.