By now, I am sure you are aware of changes regarding federal crop insurance for burley tobacco for the 2013 growing season. The new provisions essentially renders tobacco uninsurable if it has been grown on the same acreage for more than two consecutive growing seasons. This change was imposed by the RMA, the risk management agency of the USDA and not private crop insurance companies.
The changes are outlined in the special provisions which I have attached below. In particular, the changes as it pertains to crop rotation are on page 2.