- In the U.S., no-till farming is growing at a pace of about 1.5% each year, according to the Department of Agriculture.
- Fungi dominates in no-till fields, and is much more efficient than bacteria at storing carbon in the soil. Fungi act like a spider web, spreading out and pulling in nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorous.
- No till soils, especially with a live cover crop, have more glomalin which improves soil structure and reduces compaction.
- Hutchinson Farms comprises more than 3,000 combined acres across 2 operations in the TN counties of Rutherford and Coffee.