Pecans are insurable in Alabama, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.
For pecan acreage to be insured, the trees must be grown in an orchard that is a minimum of 1 contiguous acre. Insurable trees must have produced a minimum of 600 pounds of in-shell pecans per acre in at least 1 of the previous 4 crop years, except that some states may allow a lower minimum production amount for native pecan trees through the special provisions. You must also insure all the pecan acreage (in which you have a share) in the county where your pecans are grown for harvest.
Levels: 50% – 75% (in 5% increments)
(For all unit structures)
The information contained in this publication is for general purposes only and shall not modify the terms of any insurance policy. Please refer to policy information found in the actuarials for your commodity/plan type.