Production Insurance
Fruit vegetables, acreage loss basis


​Your responsibilities

  • Follow good farm management practices. If your practices contribute to a production loss, you may lose some or all of your insurance coverage.
  • Meet all deadlines to ensure that your Production Insurance contract remains in good standing.
  • Contact us if your business structure changes, including changes to name, address, shareholders and farm management practices. 
  • Report damage as soon as it occurs.
  • Contact us five days before the start of harvest so that we can inspect, if necessary.
  • Insure all crops grown in the same crop category (root, fruit, leafy, other). For example, if you insure three acres of onions and grow two acres of carrots you must also insure the carrots because they are both in the root category.

Exception: A single crop in a category may be insured individually if 10 acres or more are grown.


Insurable varieties

You must insure a minimum of two acres per crop class. Organic crops may be insured under any of the fresh market vegetable acreage loss plans.

Fruit vegetables​​

  • Cucumbers
  • Eggplant
  • Melons​
  • Peppers (bell, specialty)
  • Pumpkins
  • Squash
  • Tomatoes
  • Watermelon
  • Zucchini

​High-density criteria

High-density crops can be insured separately if they meet the criteria indicated on the Information Sheet.

Canadian Agricultural Partnership – Agricorp – Ontario – Canada