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The text-based network has over 100,000 users in Kenya, Uganda and Peru.
Its operators hope to expand the effort to other countries.
Small-scale farmers often lack good information on how to deal with problems from dry weather to treating diseases.
Local farming experts say a lack of internet service is an issue in some areas.
It shares the information with government officials and non-governmental organizations. Farmer Mary Nkatha said it was difficult to act on some of the suggestions without an expert to help her.He describes it as “the internet for people who do not have the internet.” The service is free to use and only requires a mobile phone.Farmers send a text message with their question to a local telephone number.When she woke up one morning in February, Catherine Kagendo saw one of her cows on the ground. She and her husband decided to seek advice from We Farm, a group of farmers who exchange text messages. Within an hour, she received suggestions on how to help the milk cow. Kagendo spoke to the Reuters news agency from her farm in eastern Kenya.