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Technological advancement has brought about evolution in every sector. The agricultural sector is known to be a crucial sector in every country’s economy. Knowledge Management (KM) is the interaction of people, process and available technology. The use of Information and Communication Technology as KM conceptual tool to bolster the agricultural sector is known as E-agriculture. This paper focuses on Knowledge management concept on Agricultural Information and experiences of farmers. This research studies the harmonization of scientific knowledge with Indigenous knowledge to enhance a well-structured Agricultural Knowledge Management System in holistic view.
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