Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 104 Part 5.djvu/85

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PUBLIC LAW 101-624—NOV. 28, 1990 104 STAT. 3407 material and could lead to increased industrial use of the raw material to the long-term benefit of United States industry, "(ii) OILSEEDS. —The Secretary shall permit, subject to such terms and conditions as the Secretary may prescribe, all or any part of acreage otherwise required to be devoted to conservation uses as a condition of qualifying for payments under subparagraph (E) to be devoted to sunflowers, rapeseed, canola, safflower, flaxseed, mustard seed, and other minor oilseeds designated by the Secretary (excluding soybeans). In implementing this clause, the Secretary shall provide that, in order to receive payments under subparagraph (E), the producers shall agree to forgo eligibility to receive a loan under section 205 for the crop of any such oilseed produced on the farm. "(G) REDUCTION FOR DISASTER PAYMENTS, —The total quantity of feed grains on which payments would otherwise be payable to a producer on a farm for any crop under this paragraph shall be reduced by the quantity on which any disaster payment is made to the producer for the crop under paragraph (2). '(2) DISASTER PAYMENTS.— "(A) PREVENTED PLANTING.— Except as provided in subparagraph (C), if the Secretary determines that the producers on a farm are prevented from planting any portion of the acreage intended for feed grains to feed grains or other nonconserving crops because of drought, flood, or other natural disaster, or other condition beyond the control of the producers, the Secretary shall make a prevented planting disaster payment to the producers in an amount equal to the product obtained by multiplying— "(i) the number of acres so affected but not to exceed the acreage planted to feed grains for harvest (including any acreage that the producers were prevented from planting to feed grains or other nonconserving crops in lieu of feed grains because of drought, flood, or other natural disaster, or other condition beyond the control of the producers) in the immediately preceding year; by "(ii) 75 percent of the farm program payment jdeld established for the farm by the Secretary; by "(iii) a payment rate equal to 33 Vs percent of the established price for the crop. "(B) REDUCED YIELDS.— Except as provided in subparagraph (C), if the Secretary determines that because of drought, flood, or other natural disaster, or other condition beyond the control of the producers, the total quantity of feed grains that the producers are able to harvest on any farm is less than the result of multiplying 60 percent of the farm program payment yield established by the Secretary for the crop by the acreage planted for harvest for the crop, the Secretary shall make a reduced jdeld disaster payment to the producers at a rate equal to 50 percent of the established price for the crop for the deficiency in production below 60 percent for the crop.