The emerging concept of e-agriculture incorporates the sophisticated use of ICTs, which empower different stakeholders involved in the value chain to perform tasks quickly, and with greater ease and accuracy. ICTs can help farmers in making informed decisions. Computers, internet, geographical information systems, mobile phones, as well as traditional media such as radio or TV stimulate participation and enhance productivity. By using ICT tools, farmers can get timely, up-to-date, relevant and accurate technical information and advice regarding good agronomic practices, ranging from soil testing to exploit their farming potential. Moreover, timely information on weather forecasts can help them prevent crop losses. Therefore, the role of ICTs to stimulate agriculture, enhance food security and support rural livelihoods is increasingly being recognized.