Wikipedia for Agriculture
There is so much information that goes into producing a crop in the most efficient and sustainable way possible. Traditionally that information has been passed down from one generation to the next, but could technology help collect, maintain, and disseminate that information more effectively? AgWiki CEO Randy Krotz thinks so.
Krotz… “So really you go to AgWiki.com, pick the topics that you want to follow. That's what fills your feed. You know, when you see something, you can go look at our groups that are online and see if you want to join some of those. You can create one for yourself. Someone in, you know, a Midwest state and Illinois and Missouri, Iowa could go forward and create a group for the Illinois pork producers. And they could have their own site completely private.”
Krotz says the website is in the process of adding an educational component to their platform.
Krotz… “In the coming weeks and months, you'll be able to go on to AgWiki and literally see content that is produced by people all over the world, whether it's scientists or agronomist or peer farmers and ranchers that are sharing information on how they're managing certain aspects of issues on their farm.”
Learn more at AgWiki.com.