PHNOM PENH: Cambodia plans to spend $7 million to give farmers access to online agricultural information. Cambodia and South Korea are teaming up to share information online about agricultural technology. The Ministry of Agriculture has signed an agreement with its counterpart in Seoul. The digital dissemination deal is being backed by the Korea International Cooperation Agency, which will fund it with $7 million over five years. The project aims to take advantage of digital technology to develop new mobile apps informing farmers, agricultural communities, processors, and outreach agencies about new developments and the work of the two ministries.