Seed Cotton ARC/PLC Eligibility
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As with other “covered commodities” made eligible for the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs established with the 2014 Farm Bill, Seed Cotton (unginned cotton containing both cotton lint and cottonseed) was established as a covered commodity in the 2018 Bipartisan Budget Act, with coverage available for the 2018 crop. Former cotton lint base acres may be converted to seed cotton base acres and/or other covered commodity crop base acres, and payments may be made on those base acres if certain economic and other conditions are met. For information on how Other covered commodities enrollment was handled after the 2014 Farm Bill, please see the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) Enrollment Fact Sheet.
The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2018 Seed Cotton Base Acre Allocation, Yield Update, Election and Enrollment Fact Sheet contains specific information for the newly ARC/PLC eligible Seed Cotton program. Other ARC/PLC information and data, including program payments, enrollment contracts, program definitions, and Frequently asked Questions can be found on the FSA ARC/PLC Program web page.
This section will inform the user of the minimum requirements to be eligible for this benefit. It will include any additional qualifications or exceptions that may enable the applicant to be eligible for this benefit.
In addition, if there are any criteria that would explicitly disqualify someone, that criteria should also be included in this section.
If specific income levels by household size (e.g., Federal Income Poverty Guidelines or State Median Income calculations) are required, please include those here as well.
Program eligibility requirements include:
- Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation
- Payment Limitation
- Adjusted Gross Income
- A complete acreage report for the farm
- production reporting (if participating in ARC-IC)
- Actively Engaged in Farming
- Annually enrolling the farm
- Planting flexibility requirements
- Minimal base acre requirements and exceptions for socially disadvantaged and limited resource farmers
As of September 20, 2018, the general application process is outlined in a USDA press release. For more detailed and current information, contact your local USDA Service Center.
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