Environmental Framework for Soil Sampling Using Iot

  • Sivakumar S
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The population of India has reached over 1.2 billion, and the population level is growing. Therefore, after 25–30 years we can expect a difficult issue for food supplies, it is important to advance agribusiness. The main goal of this exploration is to test the measurement in the soil of the three noteworthy macronutrients (nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K)) according to the farmer's. The soil sample sums N, P, and K are managed by comparing the solution with a shading map. This will represent N, P, and K as strong, moderate, and weak in self-restraint. The traditional procedures for agricultural land require human involvement. Nevertheless, human mediation can be restricted with this approach.




Sivakumar, S., & Ramya, Dr. V. (2019). Environmental Framework for Soil Sampling Using Iot. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4999–5003. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.b2804.129219

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