Smart irrigation and management of cash crops using IoT

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Smart Irrigation systems are helpful, particularly for the individuals who travel. Whenever introduced and modified legitimately, they can even spare our cash and help in water protection. Dead yard grass and plants should be removed and that can be costly however the investment funds from programmed water system frameworks can go past that. Watering with a hose or with oscillator squanders water. Programmed water systems frameworks can be customized to release increasingly exact measures of water in a focused zone, which advances water protection since the sending and utilization of wired frameworks in remote zones is generally unfeasible because of mind-boggling expenses, remote is the best arrangement. In this study,a solution to demonstrate the feasibility of Automatic Irrigation and continuous monitoring system especially for cash crops is proposed. We have connected the field sensors to the Internet through Wi-Fi or Ethernet or Modem and controlled via a web page which is accessed using the Static IP address. The Field side irrigation controller node is composed of a NodeMCU, sensors and solenoid valves. The sensing parameters can be displayed as values in the web server and continuous monitoring can be done through PC, Laptops and Android Phone.




Arun Raj, V., Nambi Srinivasan, S., & Vimalathethan, K. K. A. (2019). Smart irrigation and management of cash crops using IoT. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(2), 521–525.

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