This module on Women's Knowledge in Agriculture serves as guide in documenting women's indigenous and traditional knowledge, roles and practices in crop production, post-harvest processing and livestock keeping.

Agriculture is affected by climate change, with particularly adverse effects in developing countries. Climate change also influences the ecology of weeds, pests and disease, with possible implications for crop protection and pesticide use. Elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) influences plant growth and the nutritional quality of most plant species, with potential bottom up effects.