Reduced tillage is catching on in California, elsewhere

Issue Date: June 15, 2016
By Bob Johnson

Conservation tillage was widely adopted in the Midwest as a way to restore the soil after the Dust Bowl winds. The practice has spread more recently to California's Central Valley, and is drawing attention on every continent as farmers see it as a way to save topsoil, keep carbon in the ground and improve moisture retention.

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