9th August, 2017 – Finding the right information, guides, data, knowledge, and ideas for agricultural purposes can most times be a very tangled and complicated task for the farmer, especially with the vast array of irrelevant and misleading information out there. It will benefit the farmer to have access to a platform with a vast collection of outstanding and professionally verified farming knowledge. The best of such a platform can be found at WikiFarmer.
Wikifarmer is the greatest User Generated Online Farming Library, something like Wikipedia, but exclusively for Agriculture and Farming. They are a community of Professors, large and small scale Farmers, Beekeepers and amateur Gardeners. Their goal is to create the biggest Farming Library and help every farmer in the world have free access to hundreds of growing guides and new ideas.
They consist of people who love farming and consider it as a vital part of life and modern society: i.e. Engineers, professors, botanists, large and small scale farmers, beekeepers and amateur gardeners all have the same vision: To share their best farming practices and experiences so as to help each other all over the world.
All their articles can be edited by anyone, and after the approval by their agronomists, the content created is added to a high-quality Online Farming Library. Their mission is to connect people that are passionate about farming across the world and combine their knowledge and best practices, making them accessible for free to everyone in the world.
They need everyone’s contribution as long as it is a professional or amateur farmer; anyone can share responsibly their knowledge and experiences. All are invited to submit a new article, edit an existing article, add pictures or videos, request the new article, pose a question about a related issue, or just enjoy free access to hundreds of contemporary growing guides.
They also wish to notify the General Public that Wikifarmer can now be accessed in 3 different language versions (English, Arabic, and Portuguese). From September onwards, Wikifarmer will also be available in the Spanish, French and Russian language.
Please find below the links to the English, Arabic and the Portuguese homepages: