Reduced Soil Tilling Beneficial for both Soils and Yields

No-till and reduced till is a key component of many U.S. soy farmers’ sustainability plans and now, a new Stanford University study demonstrates that just how beneficial reduced soil tilling is for both soils and yields. The study, published on December 6, shows that farmers who reduced tilling increased their yields on both soybean and corn while also nurturing healthier soils and lowering production costs.


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