Wet weather has delayed planting of corn and soybeans across the state, and flooding has severely damaged many acres that have been planted. Fortunately, nearly 90 percent of the corn and soybean acres in Iowa are covered by multiple peril crop insurance (MPCI), which can provide some relief.
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Edwards, William M., "Crop Insurance May Help Flooded and Wet Corn and Soybean Acres" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 913.
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