Robert N. Garcia, executive cirector of USDA’s Farm Service Agency in Refugio/Goliad County, reminded producers to submit the reports in order to meet program eligibility requirements.
Spring-seeded crops including corn, sorghum, cotton, soybeans, fruits, vegetables, CRP, improved pasture, hay grazers, native grasses, etc. acreage reports must be filed by the earlier of harvest, destruction of the crop, if failed, or by May 15.
Producers should visit their county FSA office to complete acreage reporting and to obtain information about any FSA program, including specific crop reporting deadlines and planting dates. Information on FSA programs is at www.fsa.usda.gov.