In a nutshell, the no-till farming system, also known as zero-till or regenerative farming, is a sustainable agricultural practice that aims to plant crops without disturbing the soil through tilling or ploughing.

No-till farming minimises soil disturbance by leaving crop residues on the surface and carefully planting seeds using precision planting techniques. It relies on cutting or drilling techniques to create narrow openings for seed placement. This farming method aims to conserve soil structure, moisture and nutrients, as there is less soil erosion and nutrient loss.

This regenerative approach not only aims to retain moisture but also prevent weed growth, and promote nutrient cycling in the soil, enhancing biodiversity and microbial activity. The reduced soil disturbance also enables enhanced carbon sequestration. 

Zero-till farming is an evidence-based sustainable and efficient approach that promotes long-term soil health and productivity.