Organic Blueberries

Organic farming has become one of the fastest growing segments of U.S. agriculture. USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) recognizes organic farming practices as good farming practices and continues to move forward in improving crop insurance coverage for organic producers and producers transitioning to organic production to make viable and effective risk management options available. In general, regulations governing the insurability of organic and transitional practices are the same as for conventional practices.

RMA provides coverage for certified organic acreage and transitional acreage (acreage transitioning to certified organic acreage in accordance with an organic plan). Insurance can only be provided for any crop grown using organic farming practices when a premium rate for an organic practice is specified in the actuarial documents or there is an approved written agreement.

Results from National Agricultural Statistics Services (NASS) organic survey

Summary of Business Report for Organic Crops
2018 - Map of Organic Crop Insurance Policies

Map of Organic Crop Insurance Policies

 Frequently Asked Questions

Fact Sheets

Title Crop Year Release Date Locations Commodities Topics Types