Insurance of perennial plantations

We indemnify for losses incurred as a result of natural disasters that led to
  • death of perennial plantations, such as trees, bushes, vines,
  • reduction in the yield of perennial plantations of fruiting age.
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Insurance of perennial plantations

An event is recognized as insured if it is recorded:

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Death

more than 5 - 10% of plants on the field / plot or a decrease in yield below the planned level
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Adverse effects

natural disasters on the insured perennial plantations
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Direct communication

between the fact of the event and the fact of plant death, reduction or loss of yield of perennial plantations
Features of insurance coverage

Features of insurance coverage

Determine the sum insured at your own discretion within the limits of

  • the book value of perennial plantations or in the amount of plantation restoration (cost of seedlings)
  • the value of the future harvest

We apply an individual approach

The cost of insurance for each farm is calculated individually, taking into account the indicators of a particular farm, territory and experience in growing crops.

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Benefits of insurance in INGO

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Experience and expertise

30 years of experience in agricultural risk insurance and specialized education of our specialists ensure the highest quality of insurance products and expertise
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Reliable protection

Thanks to cooperation with leading European reinsurance companies, we protect even catastrophic losses
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Optimal insurance conditions

We provide high-quality insurance coverage at the best price
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Agro risks
Insured
Climate change as a challenge for farmers

Climate change as a challenge for farmers

The biggest challenge for farmers is global climate change, which is causing severe weather conditions around the world, including in Ukraine. Even today, this requires changes in crop cultivation technology.

In such circumstances, insurance becomes one of the few effective tools for managing agricultural risks.

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The level of financial stability of INGO

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Frequently asked questions

In this section, we have collected the most frequently asked questions from our clients. If you do not find the information you are interested in, please use the feedback form
Frequently asked questions
What plantations can be insured?

Plantations of fruit crops of 2-3 years of development, which are grown industrially, are accepted for insurance/

What risks can be protected against?

INGO provides insurance coverage in case of death of perennial plantations, reduction or loss of harvest of perennial fruit crops as a result of any extraordinary natural event that may occur during the growing period

How much does it cost to insure plantations?

The cost of insurance is calculated individually for each farm and depends on the level of insurance coverage, the list of fruit-bearing crops, the territory of cultivation, etc.

How long does it take to draw up an insurance contract?

It will take us 1-2 business days to draw up an insurance contract and make an expert assessment of the results of the inspection and analysis of documents.

How quickly can an expert come to inspect the plantations?

Depending on the intensity of the insurance season, the average departure time is 3 business days.

What plantations are not eligible for insurance?

You cannot insure plantations that have not reached the age of 3 years/fruitfulness, have left the fruiting period or show signs of damage.

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