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Where No-Till is Used

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This story is a supplement to the feature "No-Till: How Farmers Are Saving the Soil by Parking Their Plows" which was printed in the July 2008 issue of Scientific American.

Less than 7 percent of the world’s cropland is farmed using no-till methods. Of these
236 million acres, about 85 percent are in North and South America.

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