Reduced till can deliver significant benefits to vegetable growers, including lower input costs, better soil health and improved yields.

There can also be challenges, such as costs of machinery modifications and new equipment, paddock rotation planning and the possibility of new pest species.

In this two-part video series from the Soil Wealth ICP project, New South Wales vegetable growers Ed and James Fagan explain why they made the change to reduced till and how they have implemented it to suit their farm: