7 CFR § 1413.102 - Definitions.
The following definitions apply to this subpart. The definitions in parts 718 and 1400 of this title also apply, except where they conflict with the definitions in this section.
Application period means the dates established by the Deputy Administrator for Farm Programs for producers to apply for program benefits.
CCC means the Commodity Credit Corporation.
Crop year means the calendar year in which the wheat was harvested or intended to be harvested. For example, a reference to the 2010 crop year of wheat means wheat that when planted was intended for harvest in calendar year 2010.
Durum wheat means all varieties of white (amber) durum wheat as defined in the U.S. Standards for Wheat (7 CFR part 810, subpart M) including, but not limited to, hard amber durum wheat and amber durum wheat.
Flowering stage means the period of time during the wheat growth stage, after the head emergence has completed and prior to milk development in the kernel.
State committee, county committee or county office means the respective FSA committee or office.
United States means all 50 States of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, and any other territory or possession of the United States.
USDA means the United States Department of Agriculture.