USDA study finds increased use of no-till farming
WILLMAR -- For centuries, the plowing and tilling of cropland has been a common farming practice used by farmers around the world to control weeds and prepare the soil for seeding. But in recent years, soil scientists and farmers have discovered the many benefits that no-till farming methods can bring with little or no reduction in yield potential.
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