NAP is crop insurance offered directly through the USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) office for crops that are not covered under regular multi-peril crop insurance policies. Examples of the type of crops covered under NAP are produce crops. Prior to the 2015 crop, NAP coverage was limited to 50% of the covered production at 55% of the crop’s value. Beginning with the 2015 crop, FSA began offering to allow farmers to purchase increased coverage levels (“buy-up”) to as much as 65% of covered production at 100% of the crop’s value. This increase in coverage has greatly increased the security net for farmers growing crops not normally covered by multi-peril policies.