This video gives a little video regarding choosing the most appropriate scholarly database for agriculture research.
This video only talks about Search It, Web of Science, and Agricola. Let me know if you have any questions regarding any of those other resources.
My Top Picks for Scholarly Database for Agriculture Research
You may have been told not to use Google Scholar for your research in the past. The thing is, Google Scholar can be a useful tool. If you use it correctly.
Google Scholar can easily be synced to the WSU Library catalog. When you do this, resources that you find in Google Scholar, that WSU subscribes to, will be fully accessible. This means you get the the full-text of an article by using Google Scholar as a starting point.
If you don't sync the WSU library catalog with Google Scholar your access to research will be severely limited.
A datasset is the raw data that has been collected by researchers and government institutions. There are countless different types of datasets from countless organizations. Helpful datasets pertaining to these projects may include demographic information, opinion and market surveys, soil and horticulture maps, and so much more.