Garden State Crop Insurance Education Initiative
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The Garden State Crop Insurance Education Initiative is in the twelfth year of partnership between Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Salem County, the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, and the Risk Management Agency of the United States Department of Agriculture. This education program is funded by the Risk Management Agency to inform New Jersey agricultural producers about crop insurance. The New Jersey crop insurance education team exhibits at area trade shows, speaks at producer meetings, conducts farm visits, and pursues various other educational avenues. The New Jersey team consists of the following members:
Dan Wunderlich NJDA
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Important Upcoming Dates:
August 31: ARG/AGR LITE, apple, blueberry, cranberry, and peach contract change date
September 15: Blueberry end of insurance , processing bean primary billing date
September 30: Barley, forage production, wheat sales closing and cancellation date, forage production and wheat termination date, fresh market sweet corn and peaches end of insurance date
October 10: Processing tomato end of insurance date
October 15: Forage production, fall seeding production, and processing bean end of insurance date
October 20: Barley final planting date, corn silage end of insurance date
October 31: Oats end of insurance, wheat final planting date
Continuous – LGM-Dairy, Nursery
Apples - Barley - Blueberries - Corn - Cranberries - Fresh Market Sweet Corn - Forage Production - Forage Seeding Grain Sorghum - LGM Dairy - Nursery - Oats - Peaches - Potatoes - Processing Beans - Processing Tomatoes - Soybeans - Wheat
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