Breaking silo's

Many hundreds of websites carry information on sustainable farming. Some in the form of single webpages, others offer sophisticated library services. It is however quite a challenge for farmers and farm advisory services to find practical information, relevant to the crop or pest/disease/weed:

  • Websites maintain their own search logic while spelling conventions for crops, pests and diseases are often unclear. For instance, if you search for material on Mung beans, should your search on Mungbean, Mungbeans, Mung bean or Mung beans? Or the Colorado Potato Beetle, Colorado beetle, Leptinotarsa decemlineata or ... ?;
  • Websites act as information silo's with a single focus on IPM or real-IPM or Organic farm practices;
  • Or websites' content is focused on a single crop, a geographic region or language or a defined group of publishers.

Farmknowledge endeavours to de-silo agricultural information and connect related data that wasn't previously linked. We aim to be the world best search engine for practical farm manuals, pest and disease images, questions and answers, bringing together content from hundreds of sources.

 

Syndication

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Content syndication