Extended periods of rainfall, flooding, hail or all of the above have producers scrambling for replant or prevented planting options. Each choice has practical and economic implications, so should be approached with some thought. William Edwards, ISU economist, provides a good overview of crop insurance implications for many of these choices. See his article Economic Impact of Delayed and Prevented Planting Provisions.
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Barnhart, Stephen K., "Forage and Cover Crop Considerations for Delayed Planting and Flooded Sites" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 898.
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