Exchanging knowledge and experience is a good practice where people can share everyone’s tacit knowledge, work experience, success as well as challenges. To make this evident, a group of Australian Farmers consisting of 39 people visited SAPP on the 26th March 2019. While having the discussion, SAPP and the team has shown a substantial difference in terms of cultivated land extend, land ownership, climatic conditions, access to market and credit, and government support. But, interestingly, both groups experience a common issue where the younger generation is reluctant to engage in farming. As the PD of SAPP, Dr. Mapatuna very clearly said, absence of fundamentals (poor availability of quality planting inputs, poor access to market and finance etc.), in agri-business/agricultural activities is a persistence issue in Sri Lanka where our past generations have been experiencing the same over the year. So the team came up with potentials that introducing smart agriculture would be one of the possible solutions to attract the youth in to farming/agribusiness/ agri-related activities.