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Producers must read AD-1026 Appendix for terms and conditions before completing AD-1026. Producers shall use this form to docHub compliance with the highly erodible land and wetland conservation provisions as a condition of eligibility for certain USDA programs.
What is Highly Erodible Land (HEL)? HEL land is defined as land that is croppable. or made croppable that has an erodibility. index of 8 or more. Erodibility index takes into.
Highly erodible land is any land that can erode at excessive rates because of its soil properties and/or is designated by field and based on the proportion of the total field acreage that contains highly erodible soils.
The HEL is a soil erosion determination used to impact the eligibility of a farmers field when applying for various government farm programs. The original intent was to identify those fragile soils being tilled that should be removed from farming and entered into the new Conservation Reserve Program.
The potential erodibility (PE) of a soil map unit is calculated as follows: Sheet and Rill Erosion (using USLE): PE = R x K x LS where: R = rainfall and runoff. K = susceptibility of the soil to water erosion.
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installing or conducting new, or modifying existing drainage activities not previously evaluated by NRCS. Producers planning to perform any of the above activities, which may affect their conservation compliance, must notify the Farm Service Agency (FSA) by updating form AD-1026.
For farmers to be eligible for premium support on their federal crop insurance, a completed and signed AD-1026 form must be on file with the FSA. Since many FSA and Natural Resource Conservation programs have this requirement, most producers should already have an AD-1026 on file.
In general, silty soils tend to be highly erosive, clayey and loamy soils tend to have moderate erodibility, and sandy soils generally have low erodibility (although very fine sands can also be very erodible).

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