OK-Net Arable – Organic Knowledge Network Arable

The project OK-Net Arable – Organic Knowledge Network Arable – promoted the exchange of knowledge among farmers, farm advisers and scientists with the aim to increase productivity and quality in organic arable cropping all over Europe.

OK-Net Arable was coordinated by IFOAM EU and involved 19 partners from 12 countries all over Europe. The project was financed by Horizon 2020.

In the framework of the OK-Net Arable project the platform Organic Farm Knowledge was set up and it is currently developed further in the OK-Net EcoFeed project.
OK-Net Arable had three objectives:

  • to synthesize the scientific and practical knowledge available about organic arable farming and identify the best methodologies for exchanging this knowledge,
  • to create a European network of farmers to exchange experiences and discuss the advisory material selected by the project
  • to establish an online platform offering evidence-based advisory material as well as facilitating farmer-to-farmer learning.

More information

Project coordination

Dr. Bram Moeskops, IFOAM EU, bram.moeskops(at)organicseurope.bio

Project duration

01 March 2015 to 28 February 2018

Project website and further links