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Nov. 6, 2017MARYVILLE, Mo. | By: McCoy
The United States Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service encourages Missouri farmers to use no-till farming to improve soil health after harvest with its "No-Till November" campaign.
King City area farmer Michael Willis is well-versed in this practice. He says no-till farming is beneficial because it helps prevent soil erosion. Willis adds there has been an uptick in no-till farming with the advancement of agricultural technology and the dawn of a new generation on the farm.
The "No-Till November" campaign is a month-long campaign to advocate for healthier soil to improve crop yields.